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Israelite Tribes in Exile
Thank you for your kind words and avice.
We doubt that at stage any new elements will be introduced to the cover design of Khazars
but a few changes might be made though we doubt that they will be significantly different from what is already available.
Nevertheless your suggestion and the similar suggestions of others is valued and will be taken into consideration in the future.
At present our situation is not promising but we hope things will changes and more books and publications of Brit-Am
This should mean more book-covers and promotional illustrations in which the features you recommend may be incorporated
2. Zionism: More Valuable Entries of Interest
(5) Constance Fischer: Why Americans support Yisrael
(3) Three Basic Attitudes Concerning the Israel-Palestinian Struggle.
(4). Answer to Complaint from Pro-Palestinian and not anti-Jewish Liberal.
3. Brit-Am Replies to identity delusions
Why do you really think the Goyim of the lost tribes do not trust some Jews? However, I do find your emails very interesting. My ...ancestors were all red heads from Alsace. We do resemble the paintings and descriptions of the descendants of Jacob on your web site. I was amused to find that Germans have always considered red heads to be Jewish. Since the Adam men always married red headed women they must have not been too concerned with what their German neighbors thought. However there may have been more red heads in Alsace than you realize.
I was interested in what your book had to say about German red heads. Perhaps you believe that they were Khazars. The preoccupation with the Hebrew language is also very interesting. I would think that your readers would understand that the Northern Kingdom of the ten tribes did not speak Hebrew in 722 BC. I am also amused to hear that you think Yiddish comes from Southern Germany which did include Alsace. That Hebrew was developed in Babylon should be no big surprise to anyone. I have no doubt that the Rechabite Pharisees who became Jewish scribes in Babylon developed the Hebrew language there while they dreamed up their voluminous interpretations of the Torah which was written by the descendants of Adam not Cain.
The notes in my bible for Jeremiah 35 clearly state that the Rechiabites were Kenites who believed that they were descended from Cain...
I have heard that there are copies of the Torah, written before 586 BC, where Genesis also implies that Satan was the father of Cain. Is it possible that Moses also learned that point by divine revelation before he left Egypt with his people? Remember who Jethro was?
....If you want to see the tribes of Israel reunited, perhaps its time to show the Goyim some love.
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