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Group DescriptionAuthor: Dr. Franklyn V. Beckles, Jr.
Proof that the Nation of Israel Was Black (Now African Americans): FACT only 40,000 African Israelites would return to Israel to build the second temple only to be challenged by the SAMARITANS (WHO ALSO ASSIMULATED WITH THE ANCIENT ISRAELITES). THESE 40,000 AFRICAN JEWS WOULD ALSO BE DEPORTED TO EGYPT LATER BY GREECE: All this is actually documented in the Holy Bible and Historical records from ancient history.- More than 100,000 Jewish people would be deported to Alexandria after 42,360 Jewish people returned to rebuild the temple in Jerusalem, that would include any population expansions in antiquity and even a few Samaritans with them, all before 100 B.C. "It must be remembered that there were Samaritans scattered all over the Roman world in the 1st century of our era. Only recently have historians begun to realize just how extensive the Black Samaritan population was in central Palestine, but also in other African countries like Phoenicia, Egypt, Arabia, North Africa, Syria, Asia Minor, and West Africa. And migrated to Greece, Rome and throughout Italy. At first, many Romans when coming in contact with these Black Samaritans knew them to be a Jewish sect, because virtually all of God’s people originated from Africa, and often they were classified as Jewish people on that account. Indeed, some early fathers of the Christian community continued to associate the Black Samaritans with African Jewish people from the third to the early fifth centuries. After all, the Black Samaritans carried with them wherever they went their African doctrines and religious symbols which were in many basic cases the same as the Black Jewish people.” “The Black Samaritans have been proven to be direct descendants of the Northern Israelite tribes of Ephraim and Manasseh, who survived the destruction of the Northern kingdom of Israel by the Assyrians in 722 BC. The inscription of Sargon II records the deportation of a relatively small proportion of the Black Israelites (27,290, according to the historical annals), so it is quite possible that a sizable population remained that could identify themselves as African Israelites, the term that the Black Samaritans prefer for themselves.” 2 Kings: Jewish tradition maintains an identical origin as the Samaritans, but developed a family feud and became bitter enemies (Black on Black violence, hatred, and racism occurred often among African nations and tribes). The Talmud accounts for a people called “Cut him” on a number of occasions, mentioning their arrival by the hands of the Assyrians. According to 2 Kings 17 and Josephus (Antiquities 9.277–91), the people of Israel were removed by the king of the Black Assyrians (Sargon II- see special wording of 2 Kings 17 which mentions Shalmaneser in verse 3 but the “king of the Assyrians” from verse 4 onward), to Halah, to Gozan on the Khabur River and to the towns of the Medes. The king of the Black Assyrians then brought more African people from Babylon, Cuthah, Avah, Emath, and Sepharvaim to place in Samaria. Because God sent lions among them to kill them, the king of the Black Assyrians sent one of the priests from Bethel to teach the new settlers about God's ordinances (all these ancient peoples described were clearly of African descent, who constantly fought and enslaved one another). The eventual result was that the new Black Israelite settlers worshipped both the God of the land and their own gods from the African countries from which they came.” “And all the Black Israelites, both small and great, and the captains of the armies, arose, and came to Egypt: for they were afraid of the Chaldees.” - 2 Kings: Now the bible says explicitly in 2 Kings that with the first deportations of the UPPER CLASS peoples of the Black nation of Israel were taken again! Observe how the BIBLE describes these deportations of African peoples (ancient African nations enslaving their own people based on cultural differences- Blacks were the first to establish the systems that White Europeans incorporated as : RACISM, SLAVERY, AND PAGANISM)! The 1st Deportation: “As the LORD had declared, Nebuchadnezzar removed the treasures from the temple of the LORD and from the royal palace, and cut up the gold articles that Solomon king of Israel had made for the temple of the LORD. He carried all Jerusalem into exile: all the officers and fighting men, and all the skilled workers and artisans—a total of ten thousand. Only the poorest people of the land were left.” 2 Kings 24: Only 10,000 African Jews were taken and the rest of the people poor were left... Again many ancient African Jews come BACK to their homeland in Africa. The 2nd Deportation: “So in the ninth year of Zedekiah’s reign, on the tenth day of the tenth month, Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon (also an ancient African nation) marched against Jerusalem with his whole army. He encamped outside the city and built siege works all around it. The city was kept under siege until the eleventh year of King Zedekiah. By the ninth day of the fourth month the famine in the city had become so severe that there was no food for the people to eat. Then the city wall was broken through, and the whole army fled at night through the gate between the two walls near the king’s garden, though the Babylonians were surrounding the city. The Black Jews fled to Arabah, a section of the Jordan Rift Valley between the Sea of Galilee and the Dead Sea. But the Babylonian army pursued the king and overtook him in the plains of Jericho. All his soldiers were separated from him and scattered, and he was captured. He was taken to the king of Babylon at Riblah, where sentence was pronounced on him. They killed the sons of Zedekiah before his eyes. Then they put out his eyes, bound him with bronze shackles and took him to Babylon. On the seventh day of the fifth month, in the nineteenth year of Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon, Nebuzaradan commander of the imperial guard, an official of the king of Babylon, came to Jerusalem. He set fire to the temple of the LORD, the royal palace and all the houses of Jerusalem (throughout history, Black people were always cruel to each other, long before Whites entered into the pages of history). The whole Babylonian army under the commander of the imperial guard broke down the walls around Jerusalem. Nebuzaradan the commander of the guard carried into exile the Jewish people who remained in the city, along with the rest of the Black populace and those who had deserted to the king of Babylon. But the commander left behind some of the poorest people of the land to work the vineyards and fields.” Again about 14,000 Black people were taken and only the POOREST people were left in the land that is the 2nd DEPORTATION. The Babylonians broke up the bronze pillars, the movable stands and the sea of brass that were at the temple of the LORD and they carried the bronze to Babylon. They also took away the pots, shovels, wick trimmers, dishes and all the bronze articles used in the temple service. The commander of the imperial guard took away the censers and sprinkling bowls—all that were made of pure gold or silver. The bronze from the two pillars, the Sea and the movable stands, which Solomon had made for the temple of the LORD, was more than could be weighed. Each pillar was eighteen cubits high. The bronze capital on top of one pillar was three cubits high and was decorated with a network and pomegranates of bronze all around. The other pillar, with its network, was similar. The commander of the guard took as prisoners Seraiah the chief priest, Zephaniah the priest next in rank and the three doorkeepers. Of those still in the city, he took the officer in charge of the fighting men, and five royal advisers. He also took the secretary who was chief officer in charge of conscripting the people of the land and sixty of the conscripts who were found in the city. Nebuzaradan the commander took them all and brought them to the king of Babylon at Riblah. There at Riblah, in the land of Hamath, the king had them executed. Biblical History further states: Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon appointed Gedaliah son of Ahikam, the son of Shaphan, to be over the people he had left behind in Judah. When all the army officers and their men heard that the king of Babylon had appointed Gedaliah as governor, they came to Gedaliah at Mizpah—Ishmael son of Nethaniah, Johanan son of Kareah, Seraiah son of Tanhumeth the Netophathite, Jaazaniah the son of the Maakathite, and their men. Gedaliah took an oath to reassure them and their men. “Do not be afraid of the Babylonian officials,” he said. “Settle down in the land and serve the king of Babylon, and it will go well with you.” Documented Biblical History: In the seventh month, however, Ishmael son of Nethaniah, the son of Elishama, who was of royal blood, came with ten men and assassinated Gedaliah and also the men of Judah and the Babylonians who were with him at Mizpah. At this, all the people from the least to the greatest, together with the army officers, fled to Egypt for fear of the Babylonians.” “The temple at Elephantine in Egypt, according to a letter of 407 BC, existed before the Persian period, before the “return” of Black Israelites from exile and so before the so-called second temple of Jerusalem. The truth is that Yehudim meant a religious group from the outset—Black people who worship the god, Yehouah. Ezra says the African natives of Judah, who had not been deported, and wanted to help the Persian colonists build the temple—“we seek your God, as you”—had been put there by Esarhaddon, king of Assyria. Deported in, they had been made to worship Yehouah! There were also “the rest of the African nations whom the great and noble Asnappar (Ashurbanipal) exiled and set in the African cities of Samaria, and the rest of the province ‘Beyond the River’ (again, you can clearly see that these ancient people depicted in the Bible, were all of African descent).” “Ezra was arguing that the Samarians and the Am Ha Eretz were not proper worshippers of Yehouah—not proper Black Jewish people!” “Black Assyrian records indicate deportations of their fellow African peoples from Hazor and Galilee in 733 BC., Black Samaritans were deported in 722 BC. (2 Kg 17), and Black people from Hamath and Babylon were moved in. The king of Gaza and the citizens of Rapha were deported by Sargon to Assyria after the siege in 720 BC. More African People were deported from Jerusalem and Judah in 701 BC. Black People were carried off by the Ancient African Babylonians from Jerusalem (2 Kg) in 597 BC., and 586 BC. The Black Persians deported the African Jewish people into Judah in 538 BC., and on three subsequent occasions. The Black Samarians were deported to Alexandria under Alexander the Great (a sadistic White European Bastard, who helped facilitate early European racism, thanks in part to the ancient African nations who betrayed and sold out their own people). Alexander the Great also conquered the Black Macedonians in Sebaste. Ptolemy Soter (Savior) of Egypt deported a great number of Black Jewish people to Egypt as soldiers in 320 BC., and in 312 BC. They transported another large number African Jews to Cyrene and Libya. Seleucus did the same when he built Antioch. Ptolemy Philadelphus moved more Black Jewish people into Egypt (another African nation), and supposedly translated the Black Jewish scriptures into Greek, sometimes altering the original Bible’s African origins and beliefs. Antiochus the Great moved 2000 Black Jewish families from Babylon to Phrygia and Lydia where ancient White Europeans adopted the African Jewish customs on the basis of the Apostle Paul’s mission, and assimilated their pagan beliefs into Judaism and Christianity- creating a modern racist & counterfeit Christian religion.” -The Rule of the Ptolemies (301-198 B.C.). After the death of Alexander the Great his conquests were divided up between his generals. The ancient White Imperialist Europeans struggled for control of African nations like Palestine (The Middle East) which changed hands between Antigonus (who controlled Asia Minor) and the Ptolemies (who ruled Egypt). Before the Battle of Ipsus (301. B.C.). The other European Generals plotted against Antigonus and agreed that Palestine was to go to the Ptolemies. However, Seleucus, who held Syria, claimed the agreement was void. Seleucus owed the Ptolemies favors and did not press his claim at the time. Later, when Ptolemy I deported many Black Jewish people to Egypt, Alexandria became the intellectual center of Jewish life but in general, life under the Ptolemy Empire was peaceful for the Black Jewish people. The Rule of the Seleucids (198-167 B.C.): Antiochus III the Great (223-187 B.C.), brought the end to peace in 219. He wanted Palestine and finally the Black Jewish people of Palestine changed sides. This was a giant mistake. Antiochus was defeated by the Romans (more ancient White Europeans) in 190 B.C. (which caused the Punic wars and the African ruler, Hannibal the Great to reclaim the lands that rightfully belonged to Africans) and imposed a heavy tribute on him. During this time a rivalry between two leading Black Jewish Families who were related by African ancestry began to boil over. The House of Onias held the High Priesthood since they claimed to be descendants of Zadok. The House of Tobias collected taxes for the government.” “This example of “pacifism” resulted in the entire nation of Israel falling under the rule of a succession of the Ptolemies (White European rule) for over 120 years. Additionally, Archbishop James Ussher's Annals of the World documents that Ptolemy deported 100,000 Black Jewish men to Egypt, certainly breaking up tens of thousands of African families, it was this concept that all White Europeans developed the modern racist institution of African slavery.” "During the 16th, 17th and 18th century as many as a third of the Mandinka (West African) Jewish population were shipped to the Americas as slaves through capture in conflict, and therefore a significant portion of the African-Americans in the United States are descended from the Mandinka Jewish people who are descendants of the Israelites.” “The Mandinka live primarily in West Africa, particularly in The Gambia, Guinea, Mali, Sierra Leone, Cote d'Ivoire, Senegal, Burkina Faso, and Liberia, Guinea Bissau, Niger (where racist white bastard women & men derived the word “Nigger”), Mauritania and even small communities in the central African nation of Chad. Although widespread, the Mandinka do not form the largest ethnic group in any of the countries in which they live except The Gambia.” The Mali Empire had not even existed before the 10th century in any form. These African peoples had come from other nations and settled in the area. But the historical records also show indeed that the Mandinka African Jewish Tribe could have been living in the area for 12,000 years. 2 Kings Chapter 25 states that all the African Jewish people from the least to the greatest, together with the army officers, fled to Egypt... In the 3rd AND FINAL Deportation of the Black Israelite people, not even the poor would stay in their original homeland, many migrated to other parts of Africa and the world! This according to ancient African history would be close to 1.4 million Black Israelite people, the entire African Jewish population would move into Egypt. So many fellow Africans that they would according to Jeremiah even settle in Upper Egypt at the borders of ETHIOPIA (another African nation). Now the Old Testament actually ends after these points in a context of time. The last Black prophets of the Bible are living during this time, and the Black nation of Israel goes into a Dark Age, mysteriously losing their African cultural identity (being assimilated by White Europeans who adopt their faith and become White Jews- the modern Jews who are in Israel today), reliving itself for the New Testament. The prophet Jeremiah tells Israel that by God’s hand Israel won't find safety in Egypt. During the 8th century, the Rhadanites (Jewish African, mulit-lingual traders) began to settle in Timbuktu, Mali. There they established a trading center from which they set up a network of trading routes throughout the desert. More Black Jewish people began to arrive in the 14th and 15th centuries, fleeing the Spanish Inquisition. Then in 1492, the local King, Askia Mohammed, threatened the Black Jewish people with death if they did not convert to Islam (another African religion). As the historian Leo Africanus wrote in 1526: “The king (Askia) is a declared enemy of the Black Jewish people. He will not allow any to live in the city. If he hears it said that a Berber merchant frequents them or does business with them, he confiscates his goods.” While some chose conversion, some Black Jews fled from the country. In 1860, Rabbi Mordechai Abi Serour emigrated from Morocco with several Black Jewish people to trade in Timbuktu. Rabbi Serour had to negotiate with the local authorities to obtain “protected people” status. The newly arrived congregation established a synagogue, and an African Jewish cemetery in the area. By the early 20th century no Black Jewish people remained in Mali. In the mid-1990s, however, thousands of so called ‘Hidden African Jewish people,’ began a Malian African Jewish revival in Timbuktu, Mali; many reclaiming their African Jewish heritage. In 1993, Ismael Diadie Haidara, a Black historian from Timbuktu, established an organization called Zakhor (Timbuktu Association for Friendship with the Jewish World). This organization is predominately composed of Malians, descendants of African Jewish people. Over the years, much of the Malian Jewry’s Black history has been uncovered; it was once concealed to avoid persecution. MALI/TIMBUKTU: Is actually were all modern day African Americans are from, and it is a undeniable fact that the Muslims of West Africa gave the Black Israelite people of Mali a ultimatum to either convert, or leave Mali to make way for dynasties like Mansa Musa (Moses), and his father. “In the mid-1990s, however, thousands of so called ‘Hidden African Jewish people,’ began a Malian African Jewish revival in Timbuktu, Mali; many reclaiming their lost African Jewish heritage. In 1993, Ismael Diadie Haidara, a historian from Timbuktu, established an organization called Zakhor (Timbuktu Association for Friendship with the Jewish World). This organization is predominately composed of Malians, descendants of African Jewish people. Over the years, much of the Malian Jewry’s Black history has been uncovered; it was once concealed to avoid persecution.” For the Black Israelites who refused to leave Mali and either secretly kept their religion, or publicly refused. These locations are were all African Americans today are from. The African Israelite people are responsible for the reality of the MALI Empire and MANDINKA (MANDINGO) people. The Black Israelite people were given these titles as they created the MALI Empire. Many African Israelites would live amongst the coasts only to be kidnapped and taken to European countries for slavery, completely within the realm of the Old Testament Black prophets warning, for not remaining in Israel, or obeying God’s commandments handed down by Moses. White Europeans rarely entered the interior of Africa, due to fear of disease and moreover fierce African resistance. From the middle of the 15th century, Africa entered into a unique relationship with Europe that led to the devastation and depopulation of Africa, but contributed to the wealth and development of Europe (which is why White people are so hateful against Blacks and more empowered as a race today). From then until the end of the 19th century, Europeans began to establish a trade for African Jewish captives. At first this human trafficking only supplemented a trade in Africans that already existed within Europe, in which White Europeans had enslaved African immigrants (some from Israel). Some enslaved Africans (many of Jewish descent) had also reached Europe, the Middle East and other parts of the world before the mid-15th century, as a result of a trade in Black people that had first existed in Africa. It is estimated that by the early 16th century as much as 10 per cent of Lisbon’s population was of African descent. Many of these African captives (were Jews) crossed the Sahara, and reached Europe and other destinations from North and West Africa, or were transported across the Indian Ocean. The transatlantic Black slave trade began during the 15th century when Portugal, and subsequently other White European kingdoms, were finally able to expand overseas and reach Africa. The Portuguese first began to kidnap African people from the west coast of Africa and to take those they enslaved back to Europe. It is estimated that by the early 16th century as much as 10% of the population was of African descent. After the European discovery of the American continent, the demand for African labor (slavery) gradually grew, as other sources of labor - both European and American - were found to be insufficient. The Spanish took the first African Jewish captives to the Americas from Europe as early as 1503, and by 1518 the first Black captives were shipped directly from Africa to America. The majority of African Jewish captives were exported from the coast of West Africa, some 3,000 miles between what is now Senegal and Angola, and mostly from the modern Benin, Nigeria and Cameroon. The Maghrebim are Black Jewish people from West African Jewish communities who were connected to known African Jewish communities from North Africa, the Middle East, Portugal, and Spain. Historical records attest to the Maghrebim presence at one time in the Ghana, Mali, and Songhai empires which was called the Bilad al-Sudan. Black Jewish people from Morocco, Portugal, and Spain also formed communities off the coast of Senegal and on the islands of Cape Verde. After the rise of Islam in North and West Africa, these African Jewish communities ceased to exist and have mostly disappeared due to migration and assimilation by both Africans and Europeans. The earliest Black Jewish settlements in Africa were in Egypt, Tunisia, and Morocco. These African settlements may have been in existence as early as the kingdoms of David and Solomon. These African Jewish communities were still in existence during the Black Assyrian invasion of Northern Israel in 722 BC., and the African Babylonian captivity of Judah in 586 BC. These African Jewish communities grew by the arrival of their fellow Black Jewish people after the destruction of the Second Beit HaMikdash (Temple) in 70 CE. According to historical records – including the Tarikh al-Sudan – the first recorded Black Jewish presence in West Africa may have emerged with the arrival of the first Zuwa ruler – Zuwa Alayman – of Koukiya near the Niger River. Local African legends report that Zuwa Alayman was a member of one of the Black Jewish communities who either voluntarily moved or were transported from Yemen by the Black Ethiopians in the sixth century CE after the defeat of Dhu Nuwas. In the eighth century the Radhanim – a group of multilingual African Jewish traders – settled in Timbuktu and its African territories. In the tenth century, the African Jewish people of Baghdad experienced a hostile social and political environment. As a result, many African Jewish traders left for Northwest Africa – and Tunisia in particular. The text of Tarikh el-Fettash described an African Jewish community called the B’nei Yisrael that existed in Tirdirma, Mali in 1402. In the fifteenth century many African Jewish people migrated south to the Timbuktu area in an attempt to escape the persecution in Spain. Among these African immigrants were the family Kehath (Ka’ti) who founded the villages of Kirshamba, Haybomo, and Kongougara near Timbuktu that still exists today. In 1492, Askia Mohammad I came to power and decreed that African Jewish people must either convert to Islam or leave the area of Mali. “Black Jewish people of the Bilad el-Sudan (West Africa). According to the Muslim records the Tarikh el-Fettash (16th cent.) and the Tarikh el Soudan (17th cent.) there were several African Jewish communities that existed as a part of the Ghana, Mali, and later Songhay empires. One such Black Jewish community was formed by a group of Egyptian Jewish people (all African nations were of the same Black race & often interchanged cultures and religions), these African Jews traveled by way of the Sahel corridor through Chad into Mali. Manuscript C of the Tarikh el-Fettash describes a another African Jewish community called the Bani Israel that in 1402 CE existed in Tirdirma, possessed 333 wells, and had seven princes as well as an army. Another such Black Jewish community was that of the Zuwa ruler of Koukiya (located near the Niger River), whose name is only known as Zuwa Alyaman (meaning “He comes from Yemen”). According to local African historical records Zuwa Alyaman was a member of one of the African Jewish communities transported from Yemen by the Abbysinians in the 6th century C.E. after the defeat of Dhu Nuwas. Zuwa Alyaman is said to have traveled into West Africa along with his brother, and eventually established a community in Kukiya near the Niger River. According to the Tarikh el-Soudan, there were 14 Zuwa rulers of Kukiya after Zuwa Alyaman before the rise of Islam in the region. Other credible historical sources say that other Black Jewish communities in the region were formed by migrations from Morocco, Egypt, Portugal, and possibly Gojjam, Ethiopia. Some African communities are said to have been populated by certain Berber Black Jewish people like a group of Kal Tamasheq known as Iddao Ishaak that traveled from North Africa into West Africa for trade, as well as those escaping the Islamic invasions into North Africa.” We as true Christians and Jews must always acknowledge the true and complete history of the Holy Bible, learn from the achievements & mistakes that the Israelites made, understand & learn the true history of the Israelites (which is documented ancient Black History and the Bible), and abstain from the vile practices of this immoral & racist world, read our Bible daily, maintain our faith in God, and obey His commandments… Amen.
References: Based on Biblical Scriptures from the Holy Bible, numerous Ancient Historical Documents, and Records of Biblical & African History.
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