The Jewish-Romani connection

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    These stuff come up every couple of years or so,
    from slick politicians who every now and then discover their "Jewish roots" as a last resort in an attempt to deflect from their Israel hatred, look Ocasio-Cortez and her Jihadi friends across the globe with those "warm feeling about the Holocaust", to African "kings" who try to fraud Israel into accepting millions from the continent.

    And of course let's not forget the attempt of the Church and the Mosque to replace us.
    It's kinda a messed up obsession, those who for the last 2000 years looked forward to humiliate and exterminate us, both claim to be "the real Jews" and at the same time that Jews are the worst to walk the earth.

    Now that we've emerged from the ashes of the Holocaust to become the world's state of the art nation,
    all of a sudden world governments that forced us out, want us back as citizens, and those who couldn't care less until now wanna have a ride on that.

    With that said, there're actual descendants of Anusim who live in Latin America, have clearly close relationship, clearly traceable in Jewish historic records, that have dealt with specifically the Halahik difficulties of their return to the nation, numbering in millions , to whom Israel itself reached out - and this is how it's supposed to be.

    None of that means that the Romani are definitely not of the 10 tribes, just that given a fuller context of the history - it's very hard to not be very skeptical when all they have is "modesty and food hygiene" as a claim of relationship.

    If You want to look into more definite cultural traces of the 10 tribes, look no further than the Patani/Pashtuni tribes of Afghanistan with their typical sidelocks and clothing:

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