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#1 HouseKnight1

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Posted 24 December 2018 - 04:23 AM

Only one of dozens Palestinian clans (khamulas) recognizes its Jewish ancestry. All the others believe that they are descendants of Arabia tribes, or of Salah ad Din settlers (Saladin’s army consisted of Turks, Circassians and Kurds). The rest consider themselves the descendants of 16-20 century settlers from Syria, Lebanon, Transjordan, Egypt, Hejaz, Maghreb, Iraq, Bosnia, etc. Such is the opinion of the PALESTINIANS who remained in Palestine.

Regarding «Christian and Jewish converts to Islam», so the policy of the First caliphs was not to convert Christians and Jews to Islam. The reason was quite practical: the Muslims had exempt from «jizya», the tax paid by Christians and Jews. The Fatimide Caliph al Hakim broke this rule but after his misterious disappearance all his reforms were recalled.

The Crusaders have murdered or expelled most of local Muslims and the Jews, while the Muslims did the same with local Christians after defeating Crusaders.

After the Land emptied of its ancient population, Palestine was settled by newcomers. This way an ancient Palestine population was replaced by new settlers of Muslim, Christian and even Jewish faith. In the Middle Age there ocured demographic overturn in Palestine.

It seems, that Diaspora Jews preserved just ancient genomes, while the ancestors of the Palestinians were of Semitic but not local origin. So the Jews are close but not identical with the Palestinians. Only new research of the genome of pre-exile Palestine population may resolve this scientific and ideological dispute. 

http://aaronblog.co/...peoples-origin/



#2 LaurieAG

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Posted 25 December 2018 - 03:03 AM

So is 'the Land emptied of its ancient population' an indication that there was a complete/absolute genocide/annihilation of the ancient population?

 

If not your argument fails.



#3 HouseKnight1

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Posted 31 December 2018 - 03:41 PM

So is 'the Land emptied of its ancient population' an indication that there was a complete/absolute genocide/annihilation of the ancient population?

 

If not your argument fails.

Archaeology brings the figures. There was almost complete de-population of Palestine, especially since 12 to 14 century, despite of settling of the newcomers. However, the conquerors captured local wives. The Palestinians obtained a portion of local genes due to these local  mothers.



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Posted 31 December 2018 - 04:10 PM

Now the Jewish people believe in this symbol

 

https://www.bing.com...ex=8&ajaxhist=0

 

it's the alchemic symbol for wind.

It forms your star of david giving the illusion of Wind free in all directions.

This is taken from the Great pyramid of Giza.

It's why the sphinx got it's nose shot off by a European, it was a Wind Temple not just a simple pyramid.

They were painted white and with the color of lime stone they created beams in the sky.

They created the pyramids simply with basic masonry They "Grinded up the Limestone"

(idk about you but breaking rocks with a big object sounds fun these days)

Carried sacks and made perfect blocks. with a recipe like cement.

Americans use Jesus which is a latin accent for ZeuS we're sneaky, or he's sneaky.

The truth is, if you're looking for god it's a collaboration of many things.

Though I do believe the Wind idea being the most plausible due to what solar winds could do.

Through improvement the origin has become blurry, and a murky picture at that.

Religion is faith in something other than yourself everything on-top of that is just sugar coated.

I'm starting to see Islamic people found in sarcophagus.

They believed in the idea of "Wrapping Existence."

This Man

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Djoser

 He is the most advanced in communication through hiero, atleast too me.

even one not knowing how to read or write it can understand what he wanted.

https://en.wikipedia...9_Djoser_03.jpg

(try)

Do I think genocide occurred? no.

What I do believe is cause and effect We all started from the East (We Came Here)

I Believe people chose a path they felt correct.

Even our language English is based on Latin and European.

through the course of religion, or through the course of many?

"They all just believe in (This)"


Edited by Orion, 31 December 2018 - 04:36 PM.


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Posted 31 December 2018 - 04:50 PM

 

Now the Jewish people believe in this symbol

 

https://www.bing.com...ex=8&ajaxhist=0

 

it's the alchemic symbol for wind.

It forms your star of david giving the illusion of Wind free in all directions.

This is taken from the Great pyramid of Giza.

It's why the sphinx got it's nose shot off by a European, it was a Wind Temple not just a simple pyramid.

They were painted white and with the color of lime stone they created beams in the sky.

They created the pyramids simply with basic masonry They "Grinded up the Limestone"

(idk about you but breaking rocks with a big object sounds fun these days)

Carried sacks and made perfect blocks. with a recipe like cement.

Americans use Jesus which is a latin accent for ZeuS we're sneaky, or he's sneaky.

The truth is, if you're looking for god it's a collaboration of many things.

Though I do believe the Wind idea being the most plausible due to what solar winds could do.

Through improvement the origin has become blurry, and a murky picture at that.

Religion is faith in something other than yourself everything on-top of that is just sugar coated.

I'm starting to see Islamic people found in sarcophagus.

They believed in the idea of "Wrapping Existence."

This Man

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Djoser

 He is the most advanced in communication through hiero, atleast too me.

even one not knowing how to read or write it can understand what he wanted.

https://en.wikipedia...9_Djoser_03.jpg

(try)

Do I think genocide occurred? no.

What I do believe is cause and effect We all started from the East (We Came Here)

I Believe people chose a path they felt correct.

Even our language English is based on Latin and European.

through the course of religion, or through the course of many?

"They all just believe in (This)"

 

Excellent. More, please.





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