The Origins of the Term Hebrew and Who First Called themselves this

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  1. The Jews admit that they are not the descendants of the Ancient Israelites in their writings. Under the heading of "A brief History of the Terms for Jew" in the 1980 Jewish Almanac is the following:

    "Strictly speaking it is incorrect to call an ancient Israelite a ‘Jew’ or to call a contemporary Jew an Israelite or a HEBREW."
    (1980 Jewish Almanac, p. 3).

    So I guess the Jews know not to call themselves Hebrew. OKAY LOL!

  2. Egyptians Were Turkish Lebanese people- as evidenced by the DNA of the mummies around moses's time!!!!!!
    Therefore NOT black NOT WHITE EITHER
    Im sorry you needed more melanin because you were exposed to the sun more in your country of origin- BUT that doesn't mean you aren't human!

    Beware of these people who seem to be WOLVES in SHEEPS CLOTHING

  3. Genesis. 11:21. We Hebrews have nothing to do with "Jews" Like the thieves they are they stole Our identity! Revelation 3:9. Genesis.14:13. Our Father Abraheim is Hebrew he walked in righteousness.Genesis.26:5. We have nothing to do with those who stand on corners screaming at people and condemning them! We follow the Laws of Love from Our Merciful Heavenly Father Yahweh! We don't condone any of the teaching of these people! So please don't compare True Hebrews to these people! REPENT! And follow the LAWS, Statues and JUDGEMENTS of Father Yahweh! The Kingdom is at hand! A concerned Hebrew.

  4. I didn't know I was an Israelite until a few years ago. Amma grown man now. My kids tho. They know now what took me years to find out. They will always know who they are. They know their duty.

  5. Abraham was called Hebrew. He was the first Hebrew. Hebrew was spoken language. it never had a script but was written in Egyptian hyroglyphics and that is in pictogram. today it has adopted modern Hebrew script called square script. Aramaic is written in cursive script. Hebrew is NOT a SEMETIC language. However the scriptures are written in Hebrew. People of that time spoke Aramaic which was also used in political arena. I see Hebrew more as a dialect because it has many Aramaic words and uses same pattern of grammar

  6. Philipians 3:5

    Circumcised the eighth day, of the stock of Israel, of the tribe of Benjamin, an Hebrew of the Hebrews; as touching the law, a Pharisee

  7. Kan, YAH showed this ahmat truth to me a while back. Eber, iber, Ybrym Wbrym. The issue stems from the understanding of pictographic for support or tenor hook being pronounced as Waw or the German vav. Many fight over this letter behind U or W but Ywh or Ywb.

  8. Shachor is very bark-brown most original ybryt people of the pass. The lack of understanding the people had no E, U, J, O, V use. Most words today are understood by sound not the understanding of meaning of each letter. For example ], Aleph, Alaph, Alef, Alaf strong ox but Ox head for secured thinking. Missing from scripture is the proper use of Alaf-Tav is really Ah-Tah for strong covenant. Ah is Psalms 119:1 Blessed are the undefiled in the Way of the Tarah. Seekers of truth or Ahmat for The truth are being awaken to more truth. This comes from understanding of the the ruach, rohwach or Wrakha. True ybrtym understand each letter is scripturally based. Psalms 119 holds all 22 of his oats or letter. Each word is holy or qwdash set apart.

  9. The Chat people spoke and wrote ybryt. Their words were Yohawah pronounced as wha ha RaKhamaShaHa slaves said Rock ah ma soul Yah and cum bah Yah is seed of Yah. Keep seeking Yah.

  10. I'm becoming more & more suspicious of this man, think he means well & does bring a lot of history to light, but I'm very leery of how use history books to change what is plainly written in the Holy Scripture.

    If the Israelites were called Hebrews in the Scripture, then Hebrews is what they are, & no historical documents will change my mind on that. It is written, don't add, don't take away & I shall not.

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