Who Are African-Americans? Part 2

Yoel ben Yisrael
2 min readMay 2, 2021
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Descendants

Africans did not sell Africans into the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade. Africans sold Israelites. How did Hebrews get into Africa en masse? My Israelite ancestors left Israel and fled to Africa.

“However, when you see Yerushalayim surrounded by armies, then you are to understand that she is about to be destroyed. Those in Yahudah must escape to the hills, those inside the city must get out, and those in the country must not enter it. “Elior/Luke 21:20–21, CJB

There is something rather unique about these Israelites that fled into Africa, fleeing Roman persecution. My Israelite ancestors later went into slavery by European Colonial Masters, yet, let me share this reality. All of the male descendants of these Israelites who scattered into Africa carried the same paternal Y-DNA. E1b1a. This Genetic Patrilineal marker can be seen widespread in 70% of the people in Sub-Saharan Africa, who were subjugated to slavery. This marker is also seen in all Afro-Caribbeans, African-Americans, and Afro-Latinos in Central America and South America.

Zondervan Bible Dictionary

Zondervan says the following: “Ham is the progenitor of the dark races; NOT THE NEGROES, but the Egyptians, Ethiopians, Libyans and Canaanites.” Why does Christianity teach that all black people come from Cham? Why do Biblical scholars say something completely different? What does Zondervan mean by saying Cham is the father of all dark races, but not the progenitors of the Negroes? Hmm. Aren’t Negroes a dark-skinned race of people? What are the Biblical scholars trying to convey? They are trying to say that Negroes are not African. There are only four groups, according to the Hebrew Bible, that constitute the demographic on the continent of Africa. Egyptians, Ethiopians, Libyans, and Canaanites. Per Bereisheet/Genesis 10:6. In order for scholars to pen this in a scholastic or academic book, they have done extensive research on the so-called Negroes and the Africans.

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