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Brit-Am Now no. 1195
Date 26 Tammuz 5768 29 July 2008
Contents:
1. Maximus Taylor:
Question on British Immigrants to the USA and Brit-Am Reply
2. John E.  Adam: Arab support for the Nazis
3. Dave Browning:
Dal Reada (West Scotland) and the Hebrew word "dal"


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1. Maximus Taylor:
Question on British Immigrants to the USA and Brit-Am Reply
re  Anglo-saxon confusion

I've been reading the book you recommended, In Search of... the Origin of Nations.  I'm a little confused as to how the conclusion was drawn that it was the Anglos who migrated to the U.S., leaving primarily Saxons in England.  The original Puritans who first sought shelter in Holland were from Scrooby, England in the Midlands (north Nottinghamshire), formerly known as Middlesex, or Middle Saxon at the time of the heptarchy.  They then migrated to North America aboard the Mayflower (and other ships over the ensuing years) and settled in the Mass. area. The pilgrims thus seem to be primarily of Saxon origin, or Ephraimites.
 
The encyclopedia lists the Anglos as occupying northern and eastern England, with the Saxons settling in the south and southern interior.  Were the British enterprises at Jamestown primarily Angles?  There are few footnotes on this section in the book and it is unclear to me whether the conclusions are merely speculative, or perhaps even based on tradition and expectation rather than facts.  I care not about who is who - I just want to be accurate before I present this information to others.
 
Thank you for all you are doing,
K. Taylor



Brit-Am Reply:
For questions concerning the work of  Craig White it is preferable to contact Craig yourselves.
surfer11@iprimus.com.au
In "The Tribes" and in "Joseph" we have a somewhat different explanation.
a) Most (more than 80%) of the early settlers of the USA  came from the north and west of the British Isles.
b) Within "England" there had always existed a separate social entity that dwelt apart
and from whom emerged many of the Puritan and "Anglo"-settlers of North America.
We identify both groups as having been dominated by Manasseh.
We recommended the work of Craig concerning information about and  the identities of non-Israelite nations.
For specific Tribal identifications of Israelite Nations we naturally prefer our own works.



2. John E.  Adam: Arab support for the Nazis
 Re: Brit-Am Now no. 1194
http://britam.org/now/1194Now.html#Zionism
----- Original Message ----- >
 

(8. You have referred to certain Left-Wing supporters of the Palestinians as "Nazi Arab Lovers"!
Can you justify such an extreme description?
http://www.britam.org/Questions/QuesZionism.html#referred


Dear Yair,

The Arab Nazi connection is written in blood, http://www.sullivan-county.com/immigration/nazi_arab.htm . Your web site does not come close to showing the amount of Arab support for the Nazis. Your readers should study some history. Without Chaim Weizmann I doubt that Israel would have been created.
Love your neighbor.
John



Brit-Am Reply:
Thank you for this source.
It is a good short article.
We have included a link to it in our article as well as two brief extract, i.e.

The ideological anti-Jewish aspects of present-day Islamic propaganda and outlook also historically owes something to Nazi inspiration. See:
The Nazi Connection to Islamic terrorism
http://www.sullivan-county.com/immigration/nazi_arab.htm
Extracts:
The Nazi Holocaust appears to have kicked into high gear on Nov. 25, 1941, during a Berlin meeting between the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Amin al-Husseini (1895-1974) and the Nazi Fuhrer of Germany, Adolf Hitler. At that well-documented meeting, Hitler promised al-Husseini, the Palestinian pan-Arab leader, that after securing a dominant military position in Europe, he would send the Wehrmacht, the Nazi war machine, on a blitzkrieg across the Caucasus and into the Arab world under the guise of liberating the Arabs from British occupation.

Overlooked in the history books is the fact that about 100,000 European Muslims fought on the Nazi side in World War II. They included two Bosnian Muslim Waffen SS Divisions, an Albanian Waffen SS Division in Kosovo and Western Macedonia, the Waffengruppe der-SS Krim, formations consisting of Chechen Muslims from Chechnya, and other Muslim formations in Bosnia-Hercegovina.

We should add to the above the fact that in the Middle East numerous Arab activists served the Nazis and praised them in the mosques. The King of Egypt, Farouk, when he thought the Germans were about to conquer his land opened his arms to them and Anwar Sadat (later President of Egypt) was an active German agent who in 1956 wrote a paen of praise to Hitler.
The Nazis believed in a United Europe.
The Beaureucratic heads of the EU who in some ways are the ideological inheritors of Nazism and against the State of Israel have been working for a union of Islam and Europe.
See:
Daniel and the Awesome Statue of Different Substances
http://britam.org/Daniel/daniel2.html#KINGDOM
We Were Warned! "Eurabia" in The Book of DANIEL?
http://britam.org/Daniel/daniel2.html#Eurabia
"Nazi Arab Lovers" (meaning supporters of the "Palestinians" against the Jews) is therefore not an exaggerated expression.



3. Dave Browning:
Dal Reada (West Scotland) and the Hebrew word "dal"
Dear Yair, et al,

Subject: the root "DL" (Dalet.Lamed)
Referencing:
[Psalms 116:6] THE LORD PRESERVETH THE SIMPLE: I WAS BROUGHT LOW, AND HE HELPED ME.
THE LORD
PRESERVETH THE SIMPLE. He may have been culpable and unprepared but God will have mercy. This expression is also frequently quoted out of its context to express the principle that "what you do not know will not harm you" or "ignorance is bliss".
BROUGHT LOW. Hebrew "
daloti" from the root "DL" connoting "shallow, weak". This is probably the source of our English word "dull". ...
***

I was reading the Anglo-Saxon Chronicles, along with Bede's Ecclesiastical History of Britain (hopefully i got all that right) and when they came to the "Dal Ridia", they explained; "for 'Dal' signifies; 'a part'". I looked up "Dal" in Strong's and found "Badal"; (HSN 614, shux, several of the initial 900s imply Part.Seperate). I read somewhere this translates roughly as "something that hangs loose" or "a part", but i don't see that in what I have now. It's very curious when you look at the map...the Dal Reada literally, dangled in the islands, and opposite coasts. Those who ain't getting the picture here, google "anglo saxon chronicles" and jus read...what? down ten or so paragraphs... or google "scots picts dal" or...you figure it out  LOL.

This would add a Bet to the Root - Dalet.Lamed....but what i found interesting is, how the Dalet.Lamed root, is there in the Anglo-Saxon's Chronicles.
love,
davey

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