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Origins of Yiddish lang in NE Turkey ??

Winco

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Very new concept to me
I can’t read the article as I have dementia

Seems NE Turkey is where Iranian Jews mixed with Turks and Greeks
Yiddish was a secret language for trade

I always assumed ashkenazi were half European
Always something new with the shitshow called Quasar.
Now you have dementia???????? You claim to be in your 40's.

I'm on record saying you are a FAKE, NOTHING you post is factual.
Prove me wrong about your FAKE Vegas Business.
 

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for the record----Yiddish is nothing like the Turkish language which is related to the language of the
Kurds. HOWEVER, Turkey has been ethnically
diverse for a LONG TIME. In the past 1000 years,
arabic has been one of the prominent languages.
DNA does not reveal the nature of the spoken
language of the person studied-------it works well
for paternity tests. Also for the record---turkey is
on a crossroad between africa, asia and europe
 

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The geographical region above Turkey was a seed bed for all kinds of languages, stretching across Europe, into Africa, and into India.
 
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The geographical region above Turkey was a seed bed for all kinds of languages, stretching across Europe, into Africa, and into India.
IT says Yiddish came from here but what about White jews
 

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IT says Yiddish came from here but what about White jews

? Don't know what you're asking. Turks are not Arabs. Indo-Europeans come from the same regions as Turks and Persians, among others, including Russians and northern Indians, i.e. Aryans. They probably split off from the Kurgans 4 millenia ago.


given Abraham;s itinerary , he most likely came from northeastern Turkey as well, not the Ur of the eastern Mesopotamia.
 
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Yes but what about origins of White JEWS

I just answered that; my guess is ...
They probably split off from the Kurgans 4 millenia ago.

There should be some DNA experts at the Uni in Tel Aviv who have written papers on it.

In any case, I'm out of here; they keep deleting mine and others post for no valid reason, so I'm back to my other Forums. Good luck with your quest for knowledge, or whatever it is, lol.
 

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