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Arabic Writing Was Penned by a Christian

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Muhammed managed caravans all over the region so he had talked with Christians, Jews, Zoroasterians before his visions in the cave.. The Nestorians had Bishiprics in Arabia in Tarut and Najran before Muhammed was born when the Jewish king of Yemen burned the Christians.
LOL ---you got the revisionist history gleaned from
multiple khutbah jumaat feces flings----muhummad
was a caravan raider and slave dealer.
 

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Mohammad is the one who was quoted as speaking much about the Jews around Medina.
But I agree he originally played mediator between Jewish factions.

The king who burned Christians of Najran seems not only to be a recent covert, but seriously unstable.

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Ibn Hisham's Sirat Rasul Allah (better known in English as the Life of Muhammad), describes the exploits of Yūsuf Dhū Nuwās. Ibn Hisham explains that Yūsuf was a convert Jew who grew out his sidelocks (nuwas), and who became known as "he of sidelocks." The historicity of Dhū Nuwās is affirmed by Philostorgius and by Procopius (in the latter's Persian War). Procopius writes that in 525, the armies of the Christian Kingdom of Axum in Ethiopia invaded Yemen at the request of the Byzantine Emperor, Justin I, to take control of the Jewish kingdom in Ḥimyar, then under the leadership of Yūsuf Dhū Nuwās, who rose to power in 522, probably after he assassinated Dhu Shanatir. Ibn Hisham explains the same sequence of events under the name of "Yūsuf Dhū Nuwās." Indeed, with this invasion, the Ḥimyarites were smitten, and as such the supremacy of the Jewish religion in the Kingdom of Ḥimyar, as well as in all of Yemen, came to an abrupt end. Imrū al-Qays, the famous Yemeni poet from the same period, in his poem entitled taqūl lī bint al-kinda lammā ‘azafat, laments the death of two great men of Yemen, one of them being Dhū Nuwās, whom he regards as the last of the Himyarite kings:
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According to Ibn Ishaq, the king of Himyar named Dhu Nuwas had burned the Christians in Najran, and an invading army from Aksum (Habashah) occupied Yemen. Dhu Nuwas decided to kill himself by drowning himself in the sea. Arab tradition states that Dhū Nuwās committed suicide by riding his horse into the Red Sea. The Himyarite kingdom is said to have been ruled prior to Dhu-Nuwas by the Du Yazan dynasty of Jewish converts, as early as the late fourth century.[5]

According to a number of medieval historians, who depend on the account of John of Ephesus, Dhū Nuwās announced that he would persecute the Christians living in his kingdom because Christian states persecuted his fellow co-religionists in their realms; a letter survives written by Simon, the bishop of Beth Arsham in 524 CE, recounting Dimnon (who is probably Dhū Nuwās') persecution in Najran in Arabia.[6]

Based on other contemporary sources, after seizing the throne of the Ḥimyarites in ca. 518 or 523 Dhū Nuwās attacked Najran and its inhabitants, capturing them and burning their churches. After accepting the city's capitulation, he massacred those inhabitants who would not renounce Christianity. According to the Arab historians, Dhū Nuwās then proceeded to write a letter to the Lakhmid king Al-Mundhir III ibn al-Nu'man of al-Ḥīrah and King Kavadh I of Persia, informing them of his deed and encouraging them to do likewise to the Christians under their dominion. Al-Mundhir received this letter in January 519, as he was receiving an embassy from Constantinople seeking to forge a peace between the Roman Empire and al-Ḥīrha.[7] He revealed the contents of the letter to the Roman ambassadors who were horrified by its contents. Word of the slaughter quickly spread throughout the Roman and Persian realms, and refugees from Najran even reached the court of the Roman emperor Justin I himself, begging him to avenge the martyred Christians.
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What are you talking now? Mohammad and his followers committed genocide on the ancient Jews of Medina (a historically Jewish city), when they refused him as the "the final messenger". In fact, it is highly probable that is when the Jewish influences on the Arabic language and culture and Islam occurred, from the ancient Jewish communities Mohammad obliterated. Then he used all the gold and other valuables stolen from the Jews to finance his other conquests. Kind of like what the Romans did, after the destruction of the Temple, they used all the gold and valuables to build the Colosseum, using imported Jewish slave laborers. You really need to brush up on your history.
 
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Mohammad also told his followers that it's okay to attack and loot caravans and rape and pillage during the month of Ramadan, if it was to further Islam. This was a first since in the the month of Ramadan prior to the appearance of Mohammad and Islam, it was customary that is was a time of rest and peace. Look it up.
SO true----as a successful caravan raider, muhummad developed a following----similar
to the "GODFATHER"
What are you talking now? Mohammad and his followers committed genocide on the ancient Jews of Medina (a historically Jewish city), when they refused him as the "the final messenger". Then he used all the gold and other valuables to finance his other conquests. Kind of like what the Romans did, after the destruction of the Temple, they used all the gold and valuables to build the Colosseum, using imported Jewish slave laborers. You really need to brush up on your history.
islamic revisionist history includes all kinds of
legends about muhummad writing letters to
other "kings" as a kind of ambassador or
love and good will
 

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Actually Muhammed went to Medina as a mediator. Why do you inflate the Jewish presence in Arabia? They weren't too popular after the Jewish king burned the Christians of Najran in an attempt at forced conversion.
"Inflate"..."Mediator" =>

There were three main Jewish tribes in Medina before the rise of Islam in Arabia: the Banu Nadir, the Banu Qainuqa, and the Banu Qurayza. Banu Nadir was hostile to Muhammad's new religion. Other Jewish tribes lived relatively peacefully under Muslim rule. Banu Nadir, the Banu Qainuqa, and the Banu Qurayza lived in northern Arabia, at the oasis of Yathrib until the 7th century, when the men were executed and the women and children were enslaved after they betrayed the pact they made with the Muslims[6] following the Invasion of Banu Qurayza by Muslim armies led by Muhammad.[7][8]

A historical journey to visit far-flung Jewish communities was undertaken by Rabbi Benjamin of Tudela from 1165 to 1173 that crossed and tracked some of the areas that are located in present-day Saudi Arabia. One map of his travels shows that he stopped at Jewish communities living in Tayma and Khaybar[12] two places that are known to have a longer significant historic Jewish presence in them, the Battle of Khaybar was fought between Muhammad and his followers against the centuries-long established Jewish community of Khaybar in 629. Tudela's trek began as a pilgrimage to the Holy Land.[13] He may have hoped to settle there, but there is controversy about the reasons for his travels. It has been suggested he may have had a commercial motive as well as a religious one. On the other hand, he may have intended to catalogue the Jewish communities on the route to the Holy Land so as to provide a guide to where hospitality may have been found for Jews travelling to the Holy Land.[14] He took the "long road" stopping frequently, meeting people, visiting places, describing occupations and giving a demographic count of Jews in every town and country.

There was a small Jewish community, mostly members of Bnei Chorath, in one border city from 1934 until 1950. The city of Najran was liberated by Saudi forces in 1934 after it been conquered by Yemenis in 1933, thus absorbing its Jewish community, which dates to pre-Islamic times.[16] With increased persecution, the Jews of Najran made plans to evacuate. The local governor at the time, Amir Turki ben Mahdi, allowed the 600 Najrani Jews[17] a single day on which to either evacuate or never leave again.

****ETHNIC CLEANSING...ANYONE?
 

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What are you talking now? Mohammad and his followers committed genocide on the ancient Jews of Medina (a historically Jewish city), when they refused him as the "the final messenger". In fact, it is highly probable that is when the Jewish influences on the Arabic language and culture and Islam occurred, from the ancient Jewish communities Mohammad obliterated. Then he used all the gold and other valuables stolen from the Jews to finance his other conquests. Kind of like what the Romans did, after the destruction of the Temple, they used all the gold and valuables to build the Colosseum, using imported Jewish slave laborers. You really need to brush up on your history.
OH c'mon Roudy----you KNOW that there are large
thriving christian, zoroastrian and Jewish
communties in Saudi arabia----with their respective
temples, and synagogues etc INTACT ---because
muhummad was SUCH A NICE GUY----just ask
Surada
 

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Once again, you got everything ass backwards. Your claim belongs in the conspiracy section. Israel literally has thousands of archeological sites and artifacts that prove conclusively that the Hebrews migrated and took over the land thousands of years ago, and mixed with the Canaanites in many instances. The language, culture and religion was brought and flourished in the land. This is irrefutable proof, you can bang your head on the wall all that you want. The Jews are going nowhere. Israel is the Jewish spiritual, religious and cultural homeland.

The Arabic language is a relatively young one, and it's origins are from the Arabian peninsula. Case closed.


The Arabic Language has been around for well over 1000 years. It is believed to have originated in the Arabian Peninsula. It was first spoken by nomadic tribes in the northwestern frontier of the Peninsula. In fact, Arabic, means “nomadic.” Arabs (aka nomads), from which the word Arabic is derived, primarily occupied the area between Mesopotamia to the east to the Lebanon mountains in the west, to the Sinai in the south, and from northwestern Arabia to the Sinai in the south.

Hebrew did invade thousands of years ago, about 1000 BC, but they did not stay.
The Assyrians defeated the Hebrew around 740 BC, and made them all leave.
The Babylonians defeated the Hebrew in 597 BC, and deported them all from Jerusalem and the Land of Canaan.
The Romans returned the Hebrew to rule in Jerusalem around 150 BC, but then they rebelled twice, were defeated twice, and the Romans forced them all to leave with their Diaspora Decree around 150 AD.

The truth is there is no trace of Hebrew or Jewish settlement, construction, or anything, anywhere in the Mideast at all.
Nor did the Hebrew have their own language.
Hebrew is an Arab language, and it had no script until around 100 BC.
Before that Jews and Hebrew wrote in Aramaic or Greek.
The monotheistic religion probably came from Egypt.

Old Arabic predates any mention of Hebrew anywhere, by at least 5,000 years, going back to 8,000 BC in Jericho.
Hebrew clearly is a descendant of Old Arabic.
And the Arabian Peninsula is the origins of nothing.
Arab culture developed in the Land of Canaan, not the Arabian Peninsula.

The earliest Mideast settlement is the Canaanites of Jericho, and they most definitely were of Arab origins.
Arab does not mean nomadic, and Arab are almost never nomadic.
The only Arabs who are nomadic are the Bedouins.
 

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Mohammad also told his followers that it's okay to attack and loot caravans and rape and pillage during the month of Ramadan, if it was to further Islam. This was a first since in the the month of Ramadan prior to the appearance of Mohammad and Islam, it was customary that is was a time of rest and peace. Look it up.

Wrong.
As a merchant, Mohammad hated caravan robbers, and attacked then whenever they were detected.
Mohammad is well known for making Mideast travel much safer.

The exception were the caravans from Mecca that were supplying his enemies who were attacking him.
 
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Hebrew did invade thousands of years ago, about 1000 BC, but they did not stay.
The Assyrians defeated the Hebrew around 740 BC, and made them all leave.
The Babylonians defeated the Hebrew in 597 BC, and deported them all from Jerusalem and the Land of Canaan.
The Romans returned the Hebrew to rule in Jerusalem around 150 BC, but then they rebelled twice, were defeated twice, and the Romans forced them all to leave with their Diaspora Decree around 150 AD.

The truth is there is no trace of Hebrew or Jewish settlement, construction, or anything, anywhere in the Mideast at all.
Nor did the Hebrew have their own language.
Hebrew is an Arab language, and it had no script until around 100 BC.
Before that Jews and Hebrew wrote in Aramaic or Greek.
The monotheistic religion probably came from Egypt.

Old Arabic predates any mention of Hebrew anywhere, by at least 5,000 years, going back to 8,000 BC in Jericho.
Hebrew clearly is a descendant of Old Arabic.
And the Arabian Peninsula is the origins of nothing.
Arab culture developed in the Land of Canaan, not the Arabian Peninsula.

The earliest Mideast settlement is the Canaanites of Jericho, and they most definitely were of Arab origins.
Arab does not mean nomadic, and Arab are almost never nomadic.
The only Arabs who are nomadic are the Bedouins.
You are a joke and a total ignoramus. The thing there is no proof or evidence of in Israel, is Arabs. Not a single artificial or archeological site can show “Arab” existence, including in the 600 years of Muslim Ottoman rule.
 

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You are a joke and a total ignoramus. The thing there is no proof or evidence of in Israel, is Arabs. Not a single artificial or archeological site can show “Arab” existence, including in the 600 years of Muslim Ottoman rule.

That is a ridiculous claim.
The Wailing Wall is obviously such large blocks that it is Arab Canaanite construction, likely a foundation of a temple to Baal.
There are unlimited examples of Arab construction in Palestine, just like that.
You will also notice that the Hebrew were not called Jews until after they moved to Jerusalem. And Just like Jericho, the Jordan river, and the city of Jerusalem, the name Jew is from the Arab Canaanite legacy for the propensity of using the letter 'J'.
So even the modern name for Jews is an Arab Canaanite legacy.
 

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That is a ridiculous claim.
The Wailing Wall is obviously such large blocks that it is Arab Canaanite construction, likely a foundation of a temple to Baal.
There are unlimited examples of Arab construction in Palestine, just like that.
You will also notice that the Hebrew were not called Jews until after they moved to Jerusalem. And Just like Jericho, the Jordan river, and the city of Jerusalem, the name Jew is from the Arab Canaanite legacy for the propensity of using the letter 'J'.
So even the modern name for Jews is an Arab Canaanite legacy.

What's ridiculous is the degradation
for which Arab supremacists compensate
with the compulsion to say whatever the opposite.
Must feel quiet depressing when you produce the largest illiterate group on earth...
 

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What's ridiculous is the degradation
for which Arab supremacists compensate
with the compulsion to say whatever the opposite.
Must feel quiet depressing when you produce the largest illiterate group on earth...

The Arabs, like the Canaanites, Chaldeans, Akkadians, Amorites, Urites, Nabatians, Phoenicians, Philistines, etc., have been in Palestine from 8000 BC on.
Jews only invaded around 1000 BC and ruled for about 250 years.
That's it.
They left.
Now Zionists want to again claim they are the "Chosen People" and Palestine is the "Promised Land", but it is all obviously a lie.
 

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That is a ridiculous claim.
The Wailing Wall is obviously such large blocks that it is Arab Canaanite construction, likely a foundation of a temple to Baal.
There are unlimited examples of Arab construction in Palestine, just like that.
You will also notice that the Hebrew were not called Jews until after they moved to Jerusalem. And Just like Jericho, the Jordan river, and the city of Jerusalem, the name Jew is from the Arab Canaanite legacy for the propensity of using the letter 'J'.
So even the modern name for Jews is an Arab Canaanite legacy.
Wailing Wall was rebuilt help of the Persians after the Roman destruction of the first Temple, mental midget. There is no evidence of anything Arab in ancient Israel. The definition of the word “Arab” literally meant as a person from Saudi Arabia In its origins

Countries and people’s later became “Arab” once the Arab Muslims led by Mohammad and later his successors, invaded and forced them into their religion and language. Islam and therefore Arabism is all relatively young, not more than 1400 years old.

Despite this, many of the invaded did manage to keep their previous culture and traditions as it was before the arabs invaded.. In Iran for example, the Persian new year is celebrated according the Zoroastrianism, which predates Arabs and Islam by thousands of years.
 

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Wailing Wall was rebuilt help of the Persians after the Roman destruction of the first Temple, mental midget. There is no evidence of anything Arab in ancient Israel. The definition of the word “Arab” literally meant as a person from Saudi Arabia In its origins

Countries and people’s later became “Arab” once the Arab Muslims led by Mohammad and later his successors, invaded and forced them into their religion and language. Islam and therefore Arabism is all relatively young, not more than 1400 years old.

Despite this, many of the invaded did manage to keep their previous culture and traditions as it was before the arabs invaded.. In Iran for example, the Persian new year is celebrated according the Zoroastrianism, which predates Arabs and Islam by thousands of years.

Wrong.
It has been conclusively proven the Wailing Wall is from before 1000 BC, so is Canaanite and has nothing at all to do with Jews or Hebrew.
Nor would Persians come all that way to do foundation work the local Arabs were better at.

Arab does NOT mean from Saudi Arabia.
Arab means from Shem, one of Noah's sons.
Arab is a scholarly term and has nothing to do with what people call themselves.
For example, Anglo Saxons are of Germanic origins, but no on in Gt. Britain would call themselves German.
It is Arabs who predate Zoroaster by thousands of years.
And Islam is only Arab because it came from the Hebrew, who happen to be Arab.
 

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Wrong.
It has been conclusively proven the Wailing Wall is from before 1000 BC, so is Canaanite and has nothing at all to do with Jews or Hebrew.
Nor would Persians come all that way to do foundation work the local Arabs were better at.

Arab does NOT mean from Saudi Arabia.
Arab means from Shem, one of Noah's sons.
Arab is a scholarly term and has nothing to do with what people call themselves.
For example, Anglo Saxons are of Germanic origins, but no on in Gt. Britain would call themselves German.
It is Arabs who predate Zoroaster by thousands of years.
And Islam is only Arab because it came from the Hebrew, who happen to be Arab.
...and with every post you prove your ignorance and insanity. Arabs predate Zoroaster, Hebrews were Arabs, jokes of the month. You must be the Arab flip side of these black / white supremacists.
 

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History did begin before Mohammad, christian use of Arabic 150 before Islam

Archaeologists Discover that Earliest Known Arabic Writing Was Penned by a Christian
www.ancient-origins.net/news-history-archaeology/archaeologists-discover-earliest-known-arabic-writing-was-penned-christian-020778

21 March, 2016 - 23:51 Sam Bostrom
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The oldest known Arabic writing found in Saudi Arabia, from ca. 470 AD belong to a Christian context and predates the advent of Islam with 150 years.

In December 2015, researchers from a French-Saudi expedition studying rock inscriptions in southern Saudi Arabia published a 100-page-long report in France’s Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres that reported that the oldest Arabic text, carved on a large rectangular stone that was found in Saudi Arabia, is simply of a name, “Thawban (son of) Malik,” decorated with a Christian cross. The same cross systematically appears on the other similar stelae dating more or less to the same period.

The discovery is sensational since it shows that the origins of the Arabic alphabet used to write the Koran belongs to a Christian context. This pre-Islamic alphabet is also called Nabatean Arabic, because it evolved from the script used by the Nabateans, the once-powerful nation that built Petra and dominated the trade routes in the southern Levant and northern Arabia before being annexed by the Romans in the early 2nd century.

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Example of Nabatean script to the god Qasiu. Basalt, 1st century AD. Found in Sia in the Hauran, Southern Syria. (Public Domain)

The ancient text is a legacy of a once flourishing Christian community in the area also linked to the rise of an ancient Jewish kingdom that ruled over much of what is today Yemen and Saudi Arabia

Christians in the Desert
The Muslim tradition preserved in the book of Koran portrays the pre-Islamic region as chaotic and filled with unrest that Mohammed manages to unify with the help of the powerful message of Islam

However, the Islamic text makes no mention of the numerous Christian and Jewish communities across the Saudi peninsula that flourished during the days of Mohammed.

Recent studies of works by ancient Christians and Muslim records have re-shaped our image of the societies that existed in the region and shed new light on the complex history of the region before the advent of Islam. One of the important kingdoms in Arabia at the time was the Jewish kingdom of Himyar.

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A bronze statue of Dhamar Ali Yahbur II, a Himyarite King who probably reigned in late 3rd or early 4th century AD. Displayed in Sana'a National Museum. (CC BY 2.0)

The kingdom was founded in the 2nd century AD, and around 380 AD the elites of the kingdom of Himyar converted to some form of Judaism. By the 4th century,

Himyar had become an important player in the struggle for regional power. The Kingdom of Himyar’s headquarters was situated in what is today Yemen, from where its expansionist rulers led a series of campaigns conquering into its neighboring states, including the legendary biblical kingdom of Sheba.

Royal inscriptions found in the Saudi capital of Riyadhand and Bir Hima, north of Yemen, attest how the Himyarite kingdom during the 5th century expanded its influence into central Arabia, the Persian Gulf area, and into the region of Mecca and Medina, known as Hijaz.

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Pre-Islamic rock art of Arabia at Bir Hima, carved into the eastern foothills of the Asir Mountains of Saudi Arabia. (CC BY 2.0)

According to ancient Christian sources, the Christians of the nearby city of Najran suffered a wave of persecution by the Himyarites in 470. The name of Thawban son of Malik appears on eight inscriptions, along with the names of other Christians. The French experts believe these inscriptions are a form of commemoration of Thawban and his fellow Christians that were martyred as they refused to convert to Judaism.

The researchers believe that the Christians choice of the early Arabic script to memorialize their comrades was an act of resistance that stood in sharp contrast to the inscriptions left by Himyarite rulers in their native Sabaean. To adopt a new writing system was a way of manifesting a separation from Himyar, and at the same time, a means to approach the rest of the Arabs to unify against their common enemy.

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A portion of a war scene from the Himyarite era. (CC BY SA 3.0)

The growing resistance and outside pressure eventually brought down Himyar. In the years around 500, it fell to Christian invaders from the Ethiopian kingdom of Aksum. For the next century, Himyar was a Christian kingdom that continued to exert control over Arabia. During the latter half of the 6th century, one of its rulers, Abraha, marched through Bir Hima, conquering, Yathrib, the desert oasis that 70 years later would become known as Medina – The City of the Prophet.

Featured Image: A photo showing some stelae found with Arabic inscriptions. Source: Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities (SCTA)

By Sam Bostrom

Muslims are just Jews on horseback. Christianity is another Jewish sect based on pre-exilic Judaism, and is older than the modern Judaism by a few decades. Arabs do not necessarily have the same roots as Hebrews.
 

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...and with every post you prove your ignorance and insanity. Arabs predate Zoroaster, Hebrews were Arabs, jokes of the month. You must be the Arab flip side of these black / white supremacists.

The word "Semitic" means "of an Arab language group", coming from Shem, a son of Noah.
So in Biblical terms, Arab go back to the sons of Noah.
So are Hebrew Semitic or not?
If Hebrew are Semitic, then they are Arabs.
If the Hebrew are not Arabs, then they are not Semitic.

And by the way, Zoroaster was around 600 to 700 BC, so way after the Mideast was almost entirely populated by Arab tribes.
About the only tribes in the Mideast who were not Arab, were the Persians.
Again, Canaanites are Arab because their language is Arab origins, and it was not called "The Land of Canaan" for no reason.
 

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Muslims are just Jews on horseback. Christianity is another Jewish sect based on pre-exilic Judaism, and is older than the modern Judaism by a few decades. Arabs do not necessarily have the same roots as Hebrews.

Hebrew have Arab roots.
Not only did the spoken Hebrew derive from spoken Arab dialects, but Hebrew wrote in Aramaic, which is Arab without question.
 

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Hebrew have Arab roots.
Not only did the spoken Hebrew derive from spoken Arab dialects, but Hebrew wrote in Aramaic, which is Arab without question.

The so-called 'Semitic' languages came from north of Arabia.

Although the evidence showing where the
Semites came from is not yet clear, we can still use written and archeological sources to
definitively confirm that the Semites came to central Mesopotamia, Syria and Palestine
not from the south (Arabia), but from the north (northwestern Mesopotamia) and from the
upper courses of the two large-scale rivers in Western Asia, the Tigris and the Euphrates.
The Bible concretely designates the fatherland of the Jewish patriarchs, specifying
the region surrounding the city of Haran which was situated approximately 30 km to the
southwest of today’s Turkish city Sanliurfa (ancient Edessa), not far from the border with
Syria. The biblical texts unambiguously show that the city of Ur in Sumer, from which
Abraham came into Canaan (Palestine), was never his place of birth. Moreover, on the
way to Canaan, the family of Abraham and his father Terah, stopped for a long time in
the place of their birth, Haran.3 This is where Terah died and the clan leadership was
transferred to his son – Abraham. Later, the Bible again recalls that the native land of the
ancient Jewish forefathers was not Canaan, but Haran, in northwestern Mesopotamia.
The book of Genesis also gives two names for this region: Aram-Naharaim and Padan-
Aram.4 Obviously, they secured the region of Haran after the arrival of the Aramaeans.
It was precisely here that Abraham sent his trusted servant to find a wife for his son Isaac,
since he did not want him to form relations with the foreigners in Canaan.5



And, the ancient peoples from which Abraham came from were from even further north,

All the ancient Egyptian frescos depict the
Semites as people with relatively light skin, as compared to the Egyptians themselves.
Consequently, they came from regions located primarily to the north where the sun’s
radiation was less of an issue than in Egypt or in northern Arabia.


They were not originally a equatorial people from Africa, either. They were mostly likely descended from an early European peoples, and inter-married with the southern peoples, as we know they did with Canaanites and others, hence the Babylonian fictions invented to shut those out from Temple and aristocratic government posts by the Babylonian Jews re Ezra. There was no 'Jewish race'; that's a silly scam invented by Babylonian Jews and their extensive 'racial purity' codes, later adopted by the Pharisees who invented 'rabbinical Judaism' around 135-150 A.D.. 'Arabs' had nothing to do with it. All they did was plagariaze 12 or so books of Moses and 'revised them to claim Arabs were the Center Of The Universe and start their own racist cult.
 
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LOL ---you got the revisionist history gleaned from
multiple khutbah jumaat feces flings----muhummad
was a caravan raider and slave dealer.

Muhammed was a caravan leader for his first wife's company. I don't know about slaves.. They say the same thing about the Khazars being slavers.
 

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The so-called 'Semitic' languages came from north of Arabia.

Although the evidence showing where the
Semites came from is not yet clear, we can still use written and archeological sources to
definitively confirm that the Semites came to central Mesopotamia, Syria and Palestine
not from the south (Arabia), but from the north (northwestern Mesopotamia) and from the
upper courses of the two large-scale rivers in Western Asia, the Tigris and the Euphrates.
The Bible concretely designates the fatherland of the Jewish patriarchs, specifying
the region surrounding the city of Haran which was situated approximately 30 km to the
southwest of today’s Turkish city Sanliurfa (ancient Edessa), not far from the border with
Syria. The biblical texts unambiguously show that the city of Ur in Sumer, from which
Abraham came into Canaan (Palestine), was never his place of birth. Moreover, on the
way to Canaan, the family of Abraham and his father Terah, stopped for a long time in
the place of their birth, Haran.3 This is where Terah died and the clan leadership was
transferred to his son – Abraham. Later, the Bible again recalls that the native land of the
ancient Jewish forefathers was not Canaan, but Haran, in northwestern Mesopotamia.
The book of Genesis also gives two names for this region: Aram-Naharaim and Padan-
Aram.4 Obviously, they secured the region of Haran after the arrival of the Aramaeans.
It was precisely here that Abraham sent his trusted servant to find a wife for his son Isaac,
since he did not want him to form relations with the foreigners in Canaan.5



And, the ancient peoples from which Abraham came from were from even further north,

All the ancient Egyptian frescos depict the
Semites as people with relatively light skin, as compared to the Egyptians themselves.
Consequently, they came from regions located primarily to the north where the sun’s
radiation was less of an issue than in Egypt or in northern Arabia.


They were not originally a equatorial people from Africa, either. They were mostly likely descended from an early European peoples, and inter-married with the southern peoples, as we know they did with Canaanites and others, hence the Babylonian fictions invented to shut those out from Temple and aristocratic government posts by the Babylonian Jews re Ezra.

There was no Ur of the Chaldeas in the time of Abraham.. That was an error. Abraham was from Urfa near Haran.. See Ras Shamra on a map.

Arabs along the coasts are much darker than people who live in the interior of the Arabian Peninsula because they have intermarried with people from East Africa and the Indus Vaalley.
 

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