Do traditions of British and French Kinship Reflect Ancestral Connections?
(Adapted from "Ephraim. The Gentile Children of Israel").

"The Samaritans. Do Traditions of British and French Kinship Reflect Ancestral Connections?"
The Samaritans are non-Israelites settled by the Assyrians in Israel. Some Israelites intermixed with them. They believe they descend from the Ten Tribes and have traditions that they are related to the English, French, and others in India.

YouTube Clip. Samaritans
Origins. Biblical Account
Reflected in Assyrian Inscriptions
Israelite and Jewish Contacts with the Samaritans
Influence on Early Christianity and on the Jewish
Karaite Movement
Belief in Israelite Origins and in Kinship with the British and French
Encounters with
Yair Davidiy in IDF Service.
(Appendix 1)
Was the Samaritan Belief in English Kinship the Result of Christian Missionary Deceit in the 1600s?
Response to H.23 by Jim
Ridolfo. Extracts
 (Appendix 2)
Wikipedia. Samaritans. Extracts.
Pictures of Samaritans.
Well, Tickle Me Pink!
Defendants of the Samaritans Criticize the Brit-Am Approach!!!!!!

Duration ca. 34 minutes

The Samaritans are descended from non-Israelites whom the Assyrians settled in Israel in place of the Ten Tribes who were exiled (2-Kings 17:24). They came to consider themselves Israelites. Legends about the Ten Tribes may in some cases be traced to Samaritan offshoots.

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The Samaritans from a Brit-Am Lost Ten Tribes Perspective.

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Sophie Tzdaka

Origins. Biblical Account Reflected in Assyrian Inscriptions

    The Twelve Tribes of Israel divided into two separated Kingdoms. The majority were in the north in the Kingdom of Israel which was conquered by the Assyrians and all of its inhabitants transferred to different parts of the Assyrian domain.
After the Ten Tribes had been exiled,
           Then the king of Assyria brought people from Babylon, Cuthah, Ava, Hamath, and from Sepharvaim, and placed them in the cities of Samaria instead of the children of Israel; and they took possession of Samaria and dwelt in its cities (2-Kings 17:24).
Assyrian Records Echo the Biblical Account:    
The Assyrians describe how they defeat the Israelites of Samaria and deported them. They then brought in other peoples to colonize the vacated area.

# The inhabitants of Samaria/Sa]merina, who agreed [and plotted] with a king [hostile to] me, not to do service and not to bring tribute [to Ashshur] and who did battle, I fought against them with the power of the great gods, my lords. I counted as spoil 27,280 people, together with their chariots, and gods, in which they trusted. I formed a unit with 200 of [their] chariots for my royal force. I settled the rest of them in the midst of Assyria. I repopulated Samaria/Samerina more than before. I brought into it people from countries conquered by my hands. I appointed my eunuch as governor over them. And I counted them as Assyrians. # (Nimrud Prisms, COS 2.118D, pp. 295-296). #

    The new heathen settlers were known as "Samaritans" after the capital of the former kingdom of northern Israel, "Samaria", that the Assyrians placed them in. They are also referred to in Rabbinical Literature as "Cuthim" (singular, "Cuthi") after Cutha in Babylon were some of them had come from.
The Samaritan settlers in Samaria were soon attacked by a plague of wild lions. Bands of wild lions in those times entering settlements and attacking the inhabitants are also recorded elsewhere in the Middle East. The climate was different at that time. There was more vegetation and forestry covering. Not only lions but even herds of wild elephants were to be found in the region of Syria. The attacks by lions were consequently reported to the king of Assyria. The reason for the predations of these feline beasts against the Samaritan settlers was given as that they "Know not the manner of the God of the land" (2 Kings 17:24). It was decided to send an Israelite Priest to teach them the former religion of the area.

(2-Kings 17:25) And it was so, at the beginning of their dwelling there, that they did not fear the LORD; therefore the LORD sent lions among them, which killed some of them. 26 So they spoke to the king of Assyria, saying, "The nations whom you have removed and placed in the cities of Samaria do not know the rituals of the God of the land; therefore He has sent lions among them, and indeed, they are killing them because they do not know the rituals of the God of the land." 27 Then the king of Assyria commanded, saying, "Send there one of the priests whom you brought from there; let him go and dwell there, and let him teach them the rituals of the God of the land." 28 Then one of the priests whom they had carried away from Samaria came and dwelt in Bethel, and taught them how they should fear the LORD.

    So they feared the LORD, and from every class they appointed for themselves priests of the high places, who sacrificed for them in the shrines of the high places. They feared the LORD, yet served their own gods, according to the rituals of the nations from among whom they were carried away  (2 Kings 17: 32-33) .

           So these nations feared the LORD, yet served their carved images; also their children and their children's children have continued doing as their fathers did, even to this day (2 Kings 17:41) ..    

 Israelite and Jewish Contacts with the Samaritans
            Some of the Samaritans intermarried with some few of those northern Israelites whom the Assyrians had not exiled (Midrash Eliyahu Zuta 2;1). Jews from Judah also to some degree later intermixed with them. When Ezra led the return of  Jewish Exiles to Judah  the Samaritans approached him and offered to assist in rebuilding the Temple (Ezra 4). Ezra rejected the offer. The Samaritans then joined up with the heathens round about who did what they could to impede the Temple construction and associated Jewish resettlement in Jerusalem and its surroundings. Eventually the Samaritans were conquered by the Hasmonean-Maccabees and subjected to Jewish rule. They came under heavy Jewish influence, both Orthodox-Pharisaic and sectarian. There was a period when they were considered to be on the same level in many ways as regular Jews even though they rejected much of the Oral Traditions and explanations of Biblical Verses. It was then discovered that a group amongst them secretly still worshipped a pagan god in the shape of a dove. After that associations between Jews and Samaritans became more restricted and henceforth they were classified as being on the same level as all other non-Jewish Gentiles. They themselves upon occasion could be violently anti-Jewish. According to Josephus, when the Jews were powerful the Samaritans emphasized their "Hebraic" connections but when the Jews were persecuted they claimed to be of Phoenician (Canaanite) stock. They were once very numerous and numbered in the millions though today there are only a few hundred left. They use a form of writing derived from the old Israelite "Phoenician" (Paleo-Hebrew) script.
In the 1850s the Arabs (under Turkish rule) planned a massacre of the Samaritan community. Jewish settlers however prevailed upon the British Consul to intervene on their behalf and thus they were saved from extermination.
Influence on Early Christianity and on the Jewish Karaite Movement
Early Christianity in some opinions was influenced by the Samaritans. Ernest L. Martin and others wrote on this matter.
Ernest L. MARTIN, "The People That History Forgot. The Mysterious People Who Originated The World's Religions", U.S.A., 1993.
The claims of Martin are supported by the reported tendency of Samaritans to convert to Christianity with relative alacrity.
See Also:
The Samaritans by Alan David Crown, 1989, p.215.

So too, the Jewish Karaite sect may have had Samaritan antecedents both through the Sadducees some of whom intermarried with Samaritans and also in Mesopotamia where the Karaites in their historical format originated.
The ideology and psychological outlook are similar.
They are based on resentment of mainstream Orthodox Judaism.

Belief in Israelite Origins and in Kinship with the British and French
             In the course of time the "Samaritans" came to identify themselves as the Israelite Tribes of Ephraim and Manasseh. The Samaritans still highly revere Joshua ben Nun (from the Tribe of Ephraim) and regard him as their founder.
They believed their priests were descendants of Pinchas son of Elazar son of Aaron brother of Moses.
Batsheva BONNE, "A Genetic View of the Samaritan Isotope", Boston University, 1965, Bonne p.7.

In the past, priestly families from Judah had intermarried with them and in some matters they may have preserved genuine traditions.
Mills (1864) writes:
            "There was a tradition amongst them which has yet hardly died out that large numbers of their brethren were dwelling in various parts of the world in England, France, India, and elsewhere".
Bonne p.33, Ernest L. MARTIN, p.38 brings the same quotation in the name of a Dr. Mimpriss, 1865.
[It is worth noting that the Druze of Israel and Lebanon had similar traditions and also regarded themselves as having kinfolk amongst the Jews, British, French, and in India.]
We see that the Samaritans attempted to identify themselves as northern Israelites from the Tribes of Ephraim and Manasseh. Some few of them may indeed have been descended from the ancient Israelites and this may explain their claimed link to England and France.
See Also:
Samaritans in All Parts of the Empire

At one stage the Samaritans numbered in their millions though now they have been reduced to a few hundred. There was once a Samaritan Diaspora. Some of them may have gone to Africa and intermixed with the natives thus giving rise to certain reported traditions and customs.

Encounters with Yair Davidiy
Yair Davidiy (founder of Brit-Am, Movement of the Ten Tribes) during his 18 month regular IDF Service (1975-76) spent about a month in Schechem (Nablus) and became acquainted with some of the Samaritans living near there. They have their own particular features found also amongst part of the local Arab Moslem population. Many of them have a double lobe on their ears as a result of frequent intermarriage. Apart from that, they seem fairly easy to get along with, pleasant of disposition, and moderately intelligent. Some of them have red hair. They seem basically pro-Israeli in their political outlook though a veteran more senior Druze Border Guard whom I spoke with looked on them with a strongly suspicious reservation.


(Appendix 1)
Was the Samaritan Belief in English Kinship the Result of Christian Missionary Deceit in the 1600s?
Response to H.23 by Jim Ridolfo


in 1671, British scholar Robert Huntington visited Palestine and tricked the Samaritans into believing that he represented their "long lost brethren" from Europe. This deceit then set in motion another wave of epistles, this time addressed to their brothers in England (5). When the epistles arrived in England, they were not immediately delivered to Huntington:
The first epistle came into the hands of Thomas Marshall of Oxford, who in 1675 addressed a Hebrew epistle to the Samaritans, which informed them that the writers were of the race of Kapheth; its substance was a pious attempt to proselytize the sect for the Christian Messiah. Huntington forwarded this letter, accompanied by one from himself. (6)

Samaritan letter of response
Translated from the Samaritan by Jim Ridolfo 3.15.2010

# In the name of Y-H-V-H, our G-d and the G-d of our fathers, we begin (this letter) with the reminder of his name in our hands. May peace be upon you, my dear brother, with love close to my heart: May G-d protect you and may you have many more days! I give you notice that your letter reached us, and that there has been from us much joy, and what you said was already in our hearts. In this letter, you proposed to us questions in Arabic about the Hebrew language. This language, the Hebrew language, is known to my brothers and we believe in the Law of Moses and what it prescribes. You say, my brother, that he is among you anyone of us brothers who keep the Law of Moses, our prophet is the one thing that we do not believe, consequently we have sent to you a Torah (to your country). You are to us our brothers. #

Huntington's deceit in pretending to be one of their long lost Brethren is propagated long after his death. After the exchanges of 1675, the exchange of epistles continues with other scholars from Paris and England well into the 19th century. Because of Huntington's deceit, these 19th century epistles continued to reflect the belief that the Samaritans had long lost brothers in Paris and England. Consequently, the 150 years after Huntington's lie the Samaritans continued to address their epistles to the Samaritans of Paris, England, etc.

(Appendix 2) Wikipedia. Samaritans


Although historically they were a large community,  up to more than a million in late Roman times, then gradually reduced to several tens of thousands up to a few centuries ago, their unprecedented demographic shrinkage has been a result of various historical events, including most notably the bloody repression of the Third Samaritan Revolt (529 CE) against the Byzantine Christian rulers and the mass conversion to Islam in the Early Muslim period of Palestine.[5][6] According to their tally, as of November 1, 2007, there were 712[1] Samaritans living almost exclusively in two localities, one in Kiryat Luza on Mount Gerizim near the city of Nablus (Shechem) in the West Bank, and the other in the Israeli city of Holon.[7] There are, however, followers of various backgrounds adhering to Samaritan traditions outside of Israel especially in the United States.
Much of the local Arabic population of Shechem is believed to be descended from Samaritans who converted to Islam.

As of November 1, 2007, there were 712[1] Samaritans half of whom reside in their modern homes at Kiryat Luza on Mount Gerizim, which is sacred to them, and the rest in the city of Holon, just outside Tel Aviv.[7][28] There are also four Samaritan families residing in Binyamina, Giv'at Ada, Matan and Ashdod.

Until the 1980s, most of the Samaritans resided in the Samarian town of Shechem/Nablus below Mount Gerizim. They relocated to the mountain itself near the Israeli settlement neighborhood of Har Brakha as a result of violence during the First Intifada (1987-1990). Consequently, all that is left of the Samaritan community in Shechem/Nablus itself is an abandoned synagogue. The Israeli army maintains a presence in the area.[28]
...there has been a history of genetic disease within the group due to the small gene pool. To counter this, the Samaritan community has recently agreed that men from the community may marry non-Samaritan (primarily, Israeli Jewish) women, provided that the women agree to follow Samaritan religious practices.

Pictures of Samaritans

Well, Tickle Me Pink!

Defendants of the Samaritans Criticize the Brit-Am Approach!!!

Ilan  wrote:

Shalom Vekol Tov  [And all the best] Yair Davidy.

I read with great interest your chapter on the Samaritans. On facebook I the pleasure of communicating with Ben Sedaka, who out of Holon is the spokesperson for the community of Shomronim [Samaritans]. He is of course Educated, A very nice man and a source of great information on the Samaritans Community and its history. Soon he with the help of respected scholars will be publishing.

The Israelite Samaritan Version of the Torah: First English Translation Compared with the Masoretic Version [Hardcover]
# Benyamim Tsedaka (Editor), Sharon Sullivan (Editor), James H. Charlesworth (Introduction), Emanuel Tov (Foreword)
ere, for the first time in English, Benyamim Tsedaka presents the Samaritan version of the Pentateuch, a text of growing interest and importance for biblical studies. Tsedaka's expert English translation is presented parallel to the more familiar Masoretic [traditional Rabbinical] text, a format that highlights the more than six thousand differences between the Samaritan and Masoretic versions. Extensive margin notes provide further help and explanation, and detailed indices tie the Samaritan Torah to the Septuagint [Greek] versions and the Dead Sea Scroll texts. #

1. The reason I bring him up is because Samaritans have recieved a lot of bad press in the Tanach. We know what the Tanach says about them but few Jews know what the Shomronim [Samaritans] really say about themselves and not just the Torahs version of events.

2. Whether they have Assyrian blood in their vein, a little or a lot, I believe that they are the rightful heirs to the house of Joseph. All the accounts in 2 Kings should be taken with a grain of salt. Lions runnin around chewing up people as a punishment is a little farfetched in some ways, and this is not Torah, it is Historia, it is the opinion of the writer of 2 Kings. Remember, the Northern Tribes from the start set up the Twin Calfs of Bet El and Torah took second place to the machinations of the Kings and their foreign wives. And in the South I seem to remember a lot of  Asherah worship going on. The point is dear Yair, is that the animosity against them has to be put to rest. We are told they will be received back when they recognize Jerusalem as the place of the Holy Temple. They have their own reasons for Har Gerizim being the actual Har Hakadosh and the true place that Hashem meant for us to build the Temple and in fact, I understand a lot of Jewish items were concealed under the grounds of Har Gerizim by the South when they were under siege by the enemy.  In fact, when the world calls us occupiers, the Samaritans are the only ones who can say, a lot of Israel left, but we Samaritans were still here when the Arabs came around and stole our Northern Territory and our brothers to the South territories that we have been custodians of, if not on paper then by our sheer presence here. The Arabs have made Shechem, a violent hotbed of Arab Nationalism.

3. When I was in Yeshivah I was told that since the Sadducees  and Karaites didnt believe in a Torah Baal Peh [Literally Torah from the mouth i.e. Rabbinical Oral Tradition], which in and of itself is not an honest statement, but that they take things literally, so when they put the Shel Rosh [head piece of the tefillin-phylacteries] on the head they literally put it between the eyes and end up dead or damaged from running into walls because the way they do it it blocks their vision.  But one thing my Rabbinic teachers never thought of, was that since Sadducess and Karaites didnt believe in Oral Law as expounded by the Rabbinate, they didnt put on Teffilin at all!!!! So I came away with a lesson that one way the Rabbis dealt with sectarian movements was to fabricate stories about their religous practice. But thats an aside. 

4. You quote a book by Ernest L. Martin.  I have read the mans works, his last, the Temples that Jerusalem forgot, in which he puts a strong case together for the Western Wall being the remains of the Fortress of Antonia which housed the Roman Garrison in Jerusalem and uses pretty damning evidence such as that by Josephus who wrote about Jerusalem when the battle was over and the city desolate, Josephus declares that the only thing visible that still stood was the structure that housed the Roman Garrison, Fort Antonia.  Had their been such a thing as the Kotel he certainly would have mentioned that when talking about the garrison, but the desolation was complete, so the only possible answer that he has and explains, is that the Temples were South of Al Aqsua over the Gihon Springs where they had the water for cleansing the Temple and grounds and a well for the priests could have a water supply. This puts him at odds with Leen Ritmeyer, an architect who has done a lot of hard work detailing as much minutiae of the Temple Mount, its buildings, its stairways, its ruins etc and holds that the Dome of the Rock is where lies the holy of holies. But was forced by the Muslims to eventually stop his research.

5. I guess what I mean to say, that in gathering the lost tribes of our nation together, we will have differences as we do with the Samaritans on certain issues. We must start to appreciate that not all the lost tribes are going to allow themselves to be what they feel is humiliating requests to conversions to something they already believe in which is Torah.  Im sure if we did a DNA test on the Mitochondrial side of a lot of the very same Rabbinic leaders, we will find a lot of non-jewish cells in their system. How much of the Rabbinate needs a "conversion" I wonder.

6. You are working hard to bring home our lost bretheren wherever possible, but as your article on the Samaritans demonstrate, they will not be rolls royces of the Israelite nation, and in my opinion, these Rabbis are not converting these people "just in case" They are taking Israelites and trying to make them into Jews. They need to be taught Torah, but we cannot nor should not demand recognition of the Oral Law, which if you ask the Beta Israel, the Bnei Manasseh from India and all these Israelite people who always knew who they were but having left during the first temple period they know nothing about Oral Law and therefore we should ask ourselves, is it coincidence that that majority of those of Israelite descent, may know the Torah backwards and forewards, but the Oral law is foreign to them and that maybe we Jews need to start rethinking our place in the greater scheme of things. Im not saying the Talmud is a lie or a phony set of legal jurisprudence and cultural records, but we should recognize that as much as we would like to believe, the Talmud is simply a record of the Israelite justice system as it served our ancestors and can be brought up to date as it has been to address issues relevant today. But to take tribes like the Ethiopian Jews or Samaritans, who even after being taught by a Cohen dont recognize an Oral tradition from Sinai then we must sit down and discuss how the tribes will interact.  We will be back to internecine warfare when an Ethiopian follows a commandment of the Torah and is guided by their elders the Khest and then along comes a Rabbi from Chabad or some Hassidic sect and tells the person that his elders words are meaningless and have no place in judaism. But it wont matter because they are not Jews and were never proccessed into believing everything that the Mishna says somehow has it secret origins in a Mesorah that is unprovable. I hope you understand what Im trying to convey. 2 Jews 3 opinions, God willing he blesses your work then what,  X amount of Israelites returning leading to Y amount of opinions.

Oh and I purchased your latest edition of the tribes and look foreward to see how you have polished it up.

With all Sincerity and Kavod to You and your Hashkafa Yair Davidy i remain  yours truly

Ilan Avraham.

Brit-Am Reply:
Ilan Shalom,
Your e-mail reached us just as we had received correspondence from Larry on the same subject and with a similar attitude.
Larry is the one responsible for
The Samaritan Update.
The original illustrations in our Samaritans article were derived from Larry's site. Larry however thought that we had spoken disparagingly of the Samaritans so he asked that his photos be removed. And so they were. We replaced them with others and also moderately upgraded the presentation of the article. Our notice to this effect is what you are now reacting to.

Shomron [i.e. Larry] said:
There is a new article out, thought it might interest you,1518,827144-2,00.html

In this article by a German magazine it is claimed that the Samaritan version of the Torah and of history is true whereas that of the Jews is not.
Well, tickle me pink!
For the last few hundred years British savants have studied this question quite thoroughly and seem to have unanimously concluded that the Jewish account is the correct one and that the Masoretic Text (of traditional Jews) is the most reliable.
We should not really care what others say on this point and neither do we. Nevertheless, it is nice to know that not everybody is blinded by their own prejudices and lusts.
Now to reply to a few points from your letter which I have taken the liberty of numbering.

[1. The Tanaach in our possession is the word of the Almighty.
We are not interested in laboring this point overduly since it is not our field BUT we have merited to have it made known to us in numerous ways.
The Samaritans may be very nice but their texts are not reliable.

[2. Mesopotamian records show that herds of lions in those days did roam the area and on occasion entered human settlements spreading terror.
Lions were numerous.
Tiglathpileser of Assyria claims to have killed (in organized hunts) up to 800 lions at a time. His men would actually bring the lions together and attack them with weapons and trained mastiff dogs.
Then the king would ceremoniously finish them off. This was thought to have a magical significance.
Living in Ancient Mesopotamia by Norman Bancroft Hunt, 2003, p.76.
Samaria (northern Israel) had been devastated by the Assyrians and many of its inhabitants butchered. Packs of wild lions would have had plenty to feast on. They may also have developed a taste for human flesh and a diminishing of the natural fear of mankind that otherwise made them wary.

[3. Karaites Vary and May Have Said Anything!
In principle Karaite doctrine says that every individual Karaite was to be free to invent his own interpretations of the Law and keep it as he felt fit. In practice different groups of Karaites adopted common interpretations. They often imitated the Rabbinical Jews or they took Rabbinical teachings and deliberately did the exact opposite.
Some of them may have put on tefillin or their own version of them.
The commandment of tefillin is found in:
Deuteronomy 6:
6 'And these words which I command you today shall be in your heart. 7 You shall teach them diligently to your children, and shall talk of them when you sit in your house, when you walk by the way, when you lie down, and when you rise up. 8 You shall bind them as a sign on your hand, and they shall be as
frontlets between your eyes. 9 You shall write them on the doorposts of your house and on your gates.

The word translated as frontlets in Hebrews is Totafot. This an unusual word of complex origins. One of its word roots appears to be "TOF" connoting inflated, or hollow. It also means drum or an empty enclosed leather container. In this container were to be placed the Torah Passage.
This is tefillin. This is what tefillin are.

[4. Ernest L. Martin is not the only authority on the Samaritans!
We quoted from Ernest L. Martin concerning the Samaritans. Martin mainly quotes from others.
Other works such as
The Samaritans by Alan David Crown, 1989, p.215.
also say the same thing.
Crow incidentally mentions that many Samaritans settled in Sicily.
Perhaps the alleged Jewish-type customs of the Mafia are actually Samaritan?
Concerning the Temple and the Western Wall etc  we would not agree with Martin.
Leen Ritmeyer, from the little we know, appears to be closer to the mark and his findings are the most respected.

[5. Unbroken Matriarchal Lineages???
You suggest that many Orthodox Jews on their mother's side going back far enough may not have an unbroken Jewish lineage?
There are many things we do not know.
Halachically it may not matter. Maimonides seems to say that if a person believes themselves Jewish, purifies themselves, acts and identifies as a Jew then in effect we take them to be Jewish.
This is therefore what they are, or become.
Someone who converts merely has their adherence to the Jewish people confirmed by the community.
This could be considered the same thing in another way.  This, I think, is what the Law implies.
Anyway it is not  something we know that much about or feel qualified to adjudicate upon.
As far as the Lost Ten Tribes and foreign admixtures are concerned we rely on Ezekiel.

21 'Thus you shall divide this land among yourselves according to the tribes of Israel. 22 It shall be that you will divide it by lot as an inheritance for yourselves, and for the strangers who dwell among you and who bear children among you. They shall be to you as native-born among the children of Israel; they shall have an inheritance with you among the tribes of Israel. 23 And it shall be that in whatever tribe the stranger dwells, there you shall give him his inheritance,' says the Lord God [Ezekiel 47:21-23].

[6. Judah and Joseph are Different!
Concerning your last point we have an entirely different take on the subject.
The Lost Ten Tribes are now mainly amongst Western Peoples. The other groups from Asia etc are not really from the Ten tribes.
They may become genuine converts to Judaism. In such a case they should toe the line according to what Rabbinical Law says.
The same applies to everyone else.
We do not see any problem with this.
Someone who wants to be Jewish and join the club needs to meet the given requirements.
The Ten Tribes are in a club of their own and do not have to join up.
It may however be necessary for some kind of Renewal of the Covenant to take place.
We can leave the resolution of this matter to future generations and /or the Messiah.
For the time being what needs to be done is to spread knowledge as to who and where the Lost Ten Tribes really are!

[7. To sum up, the Bible gives the Final Word!
The Bible tells us who Judah is!
The Bible tells us who the Ten Tribes are!
The Bible is its own justification!!!
The Bible is the Word of the Living God of Israel!!
There is none other!!!

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