Faesho So add this book to your collection. Kindle Cloud Reader Read instantly in your browser. January 9, Sold by: The Book of Jasher includes details about the antediluvian tijbuktu, angels, watchers, the flood, the tower of Babel, and many other events mentioned in the Bible. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. This carefully researched book is a significant addition to this vital field of knowledge.
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Overview This carefully researched book is a significant addition to this vital field of knowledge. It sets forth, in fascinating detail, the history, from earliest recorded times, of the black races of the Middle East and Africa. He traces their origins in Babylon within the loins of their forefather Abraham up to their birth and growth in the land of Canaan all the way up to their final dispersion from Palestine in 70 AD into the greater part of Africa, leading west.
He traces the history of the black African Hebrews of Egypt and Ethiopia. We are given lucid glimpses into the Tabiban Kamant and Wasambara Jews who are presently known as the Falashim of Ethiopia.
He also takes on intellectual excursions into the backgrounds of the Jews of the Malagasy Republic, which is present day Madagascar. And from there, the reader treks in to the world of the North African Jews to the black Jewish kingdom of Ghana.
Out of the Jewish kingdom of Ghana, Windsor relays the interesting story of Eldad the Danite who informed the Algerians of this Hebrew empire south of the Sahara in the western Sudan. Eldad lived in the ninth century. Hundreds of thousands of slaves were brought to America from this Western Africa during the days of the traffic, beginning nearly four hundred years ago. As persecuted communities, they were rather more in danger than other Negroes of being raided by war parties and sold as slaves.
It may be considered certain that many partially why not fully? How many of them might still hold some Jewish customs here is another question. Windsor, referencing Nahum Slouschz, says that the Hebrew tribes of Asher and Zebulon were in Carthage since the foundation of the city. It is highly probable.
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