“I want to tell you something very clear. Don’t worry about American pressure on Israel. We, the Jewish people, control America, and the Americans know it.”
— Ariel Sharon: The Butcher of Sabra and Shatila
Anytime anyone dares to question the conduct of Zionist, or Jews in general, they are immediately met with a wave of irrational venom, and vomit projected as anti-Semitism. But, what exactly is a Semite?
Zionist organisations are dependent upon the charge of “anti-Semitism” as a political weapon to silence any discussion about Israel. Yet, anti-Semitism has a precise definition, referring to statements or actions that target the ethnic group termed Semites, which comprises both Jews and Arabs. The Hebrew Encyclopedia defines anti- Semitism as all manifestations of hatred and racism directed against Semites. The Fact is that anti-Semitism comprises all manifestations of hatred and racism directed against Arabs. Zionist agenda and political forces they control have warped this definition in such a way that today, the term only applies to Jews, despite the fact that Arabs constitute the majority of the Semites.
Zionists have now managed to stretch the definition of anti-Semitism to include any criticism of Israel and its policies. Today, when anyone speaks out against the aggression, international law violations, and inhumane practices of Israel, they are automatically branded “anti-Semitic.” The term is so overused that it no longer has the stigmatizing effect it once had. The fact is, the greater majority of “Jews” have no blood-link to the Israelites of the Bible, and are not Semitic people. Jewish historians, scholars, and geneticists have established that at least 90% of all modern Jews come from a Turkish-Mongol mix of people, and are largely sourced from the Khazar Kingdom. These modern Jews therefore have no blood-link to the Israelites of the Bible.
The Jewish scholar Arthur Koestler provided overwhelming evidence in his 1976 work, The Thirteenth Tribe, The Khazar Empire and its Heritage. The book concludes, “that in the 8th century, Khazaria which was greatly made-up of the Turkish-Mongol mixed people known as Khazars, converted to their national religion of Judaism which was based on the Babylonian Talmud. These people then migrated to eastern Europe, especially to Hungary and Poland, taking their Babylonian religion with them.”
Benjamin Freedman, a prominent Jewish researcher, wrote his treatise, Facts Are Facts, in 1954, which quotes many historical sources, showing that the vast majority of Jews derive from the Turkish-Mongol mixed people of the Khazar Kingdom of the 2nd to 10th centuries, again, not from Biblical Israelite stock.
Relatively recent genetic studies corroborate the historical facts that the Jews of today are of mostly Turkish origin. An article from Ha’Aretz, Nov. 22nd, 2001 entitled, “Study finds close genetic connection between Jews, Kurds“, opens by stating, “The people closest to the Jews from a genetic point of view may be the Kurds, according to results of a new study at done at Hebrew University.” Scientists who participated in the research said findings seem to indicate both peoples had common ancestors who lived in the northern half of the Fertile Crescent, where Northern Iraq and Turkey are today. Some of them, it assumed, wandered south and settled on the eastern shores of the Mediterranean. The article goes on to state, “The study’s findings are published in the current issue of The American Journal of Human Genetics.”
The researcher’s used the DNA of 1,847 Jewish men of Ashkenazi, Sephardi and Kurdish descent, Muslims and Christians of Kurdish, Turkish and Armenian descent, various Arab populations, & Russians, Poles and residents of belarus.” Additionally, it has been known for many years that a large proportion of Jews have oriental admixture in their ancestry. So Mongol infusion is also a probable part of their mixed heritage.” Dr. Eran Elhaik, an Israeli geneticist, had concluded that most Jews are not Semitic, and Zionists don’t like it, as these studies show the modern day Israelis have no legitimate ancestral claim to Palestine.
The result of Dr. Eran Elhaik’s genetic study published in the British journal Genome Biology and Evolution shows that European Jews (Ashkenazim) do not belong to any of the twelve Semitic tribes of Israel. Modern Jews are a mix of genetic ancestries. Far more than previously thought, and originate in tribes from the Caucasus region that sits between Eastern Europe and Asia Minor, the land between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea.
Ashkenazi ancestry comes from Slav, Bulgar, Iranian and Turkic tribes which established the Khazar empire in that region, which at its peak stretched from Kiev in the West to the Aral Sea in the Southeast.
Elhaik’s study is titled, The Missing Link of Jewish European Ancestry: Contrasting the Rhineland and the Khazarian Hypotheses. Dr. Eran Elhaik, worked as a geneticist at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health in Baltimore, Maryland. Today he is a Molecular Evolution and Population Genetics at the University of Sheffield.
Elhaik compared the genomes of 1,287 unrelated individuals who hail from eight Jewish and 74 non-Jewish populations. Among the European Jews, Elhaik found ancestral signatures that pointed clearly to the Caucasus.
It is a significant but generally little known fact that over 90% of the world’s 12.7 million Jewish population is Ashkenazi, and do not originate from the land the modern Jews call Israel.
The “Rhineland hypothesis” is based on Zionist falsehoods, that Jews migrated to Europe when Arab Muslims captured the city of Jerusalem in 638 CE. Historical facts show that Muslim-Arab armies invaded Christian Spain in 711 CE. At this time the local Jewish community was treated as serfs, and had welcomed the Muslims as their liberators. Within fifty years of Muslim rule, the former Jewish serfs became part of the middle and upper classes. Some joined the royal court and rose to become commanders in the army. When Granada fell, the Saracen (Muslim) troops retreated to Africa, and on their heels came Isabella’s and Ferdinand’s troops, driving out hundreds of thousands of Jews.
According to Arab and European historians, between 3-5 million Muslims were slaughtered by the Crusaders between 1492 and 1550. To avoid the same fate, the Khazars converted to Judaism beginning in the 8th century. This preservation movement was led by wealthy merchants. Some Jews from Mesopotamia and the dying Christian Byzantium empire also emigrated to the Khazar region.Dr. Elhaik concludes, “that the genome of European Jews is a tapestry of ancient populations including the Khazars who converted to Judaism, Greco-Roman Jews, Mesopotamian Jews and Judeans. Their population initiated in the Caucasus. This means that 90% of the world’s modern Jews comprise mostly of Ashkenazi Jews, and did not originate in the Holy Land. Their ancestors did not come from Palestine, and as a result, have no Biblical claim to the Palestinian territories. The Zionist state of Israel is built solely on myth, and stolen Arab land.
As one can imagine, Dr. Elhaik’s findings immediately led Zionists to attack his findings. Harry Ostrer, a professor of Pathology and Genetics at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University and Director of Genetic and Genomic Testing at Montefiore Medical Center, Medicine, concluded that
“Jews exhibit a distinctive genetic signature.” According to Ostrer, Jews are a race. The Jewish HapMap Project, a joint project of Albert Einstein College of Medicine and New York University School of Medicine, was created to “understand the structure of the genomes in Jewish populations”
and is an outgrowth of the Human HapMap Project. According to this project,
“Jewish populations are remarkable for maintaining continuous genetic, cultural, and religious traditions over 4000 years, despite residence all over the world.”
The following is a link to Dr. Elhaik’s work titled, The Missing Link of Jewish European Ancestry: Contrasting the Rhineland and the Khazarian Hypotheses, published in the journal Genome Biological Evolution See: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3595026/