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Israelite Tribes in Exile
Could the name Khazar be a variant of Kosher?
I most cordially salute you. I support the idea that prophesy indicates the return and union of the lost tribes with the remnant of Israel. Because of the importance of the message you're trying to express, I suggest that you improve the way you present this information. Because you commit the following mistakes the very points you are making are simultaneously discredited. I'm respectfully write hoping that my constructive criticism will be of help to you:
You have a section titled "Biblical Proofs Identifying the Lost Ten Tribes". I suggest you change the title of this section. Proof suggests that you have verifyable evidence. In all my reading I do not find a single piece of evidence that would be considered proof. There's a lot of speculation, but no where is there proof beyond the odd Bible verse; and since you're dealing with geography, history and anthropology really only academic evidence would suffice for you to make such a bold statement as to affirm that you have identified the location of the 10 lost tribes. Thus the honest thing would be for you to label such information in such a way where you note that it's an opinion based solely on disputed Biblical interpretation.
A lot of your Geographic "Proofs" are cemented on the "extremes of the earth" argument. I find it very interesting that you mention the USA, Northwestern Europe, South Africa, and Australia as the corners of the earth. But if we take Jerusalem as the center of the world wouldn't Russia and Argentina replace South Africa and Northwestern Europe. Could this be a case of Anglo or Caucasian bias in the case of Argentina, and some other kind of bias against Russia?
For the parts where you quote a word and interpret its meaning, it would be good for you to reference the dictionary or source where you got that information. In general it would be good for you to accurately quote your sources on all your historical, Talmudic, and linguistic statements. I suggest adopting a MLA, or Chicago style guide.
Your backgrounds are very distracting and make the text very difficult to read on occasions. I would suggest you change specially the parts that have black text on the red and blue Magen background; that text is specially hard to read!
It would give your information more credibility if there was an easy to find link to your biography (with your relevant expertise).
Shalom and blessings.
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