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"Brit-Am. Ten Tribes of Israel", is a Jerusalem-based organization founded in 1993 which proposes a pro-Jewish pro-Zionist version of British Israelism. The group asserts that the biblical phrase "Brit-Am" means "Confederation of People(s)", implying Israel, and is close to both "Britain" and a contraction of "Britain-America". Membership comprises Jews and non-Jews. Brit-Am produces elaborate arguments concerning the fate of the lost tribes of Israel, arguing that they entered Western Europe. It has a website, publishes books and magazines and has been a feature on radio programs.
Brit-Am describes its aims as follows:
Brit-Am traces the Lost Ten Tribes to Western Nations. The evidence that Brit-Am relies upon is :Biblical in the light of Rabbinical Commentaries supplemented by secular studies.
Brit-Am avoids the discussion of religious differences between Judah (the present-day Jews) and the Lost Ten Tribes represented by "Joseph".
Brit-Am has three main aims:
Research -finding where the Lost Ten Tribes went to.
Recognition -Bringing the Results of our Research to Public Attention.
Reconciliation - Working towards the eventual re-unification of Joseph and Judah.
Brit-Am is occupied with studying the Ten Lost Tribes and everything about them.
Sources for Brit-Am Findings include:
Bible Commentaries: Nachmanides and Rashi on the Ten Tribes being in the west; The Five Books of Moses and Promised Blessings; Brit-Am Commentaries on the Prophets, Psalms, and other Biblical Books; Bible Codes confirm Israelite Tribal identity; Biblical History and Archaeology.
Biblical Physical Anthropology, Ancient Hebrew Racial Types, Egyptian, Phoenician, and Israelite illustration of Ancient Israelites and Neighboring Peoples.
Khazars: The Israelite Ancestry and Western Relationships of the Khazars.
Books that Brit-Am has published and that give more information concerning the aims and purposes of the organization include: "The Tribes" (1993)  This work identified specific ethnic entities and peoples with Israelite Tribes and Tribal clans. Proofs adduced in "The Tribes" consisted of hard evidence combined with an analysis of name similarities. National peculiarities were compared with recorded Israelite Tribal characteristics. The principle of statistical probability was employed relying on the fact that a very great number of direct correspondences cannot be all due to mere chance.
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