Friday, November 14, 2008

How white were the Israelites? Facial reconstruction may be surprising

The accepted assumption has been that early Hebrews resembled the people now living in the Middle East or the Mediterranean Basin. However, an Israeli anthropologist researching the question has now made a surprising claim: the subjects of the Kingdom of Judea in the Second Temple Period looked more like black Africans. This theory arose after Prof. Yair Ben David of Tel-Aviv University conducted the first-ever facial reconstruction of its kind.

Which only provides additional proof that the current day Israeli has absolutely nothing to do with nor any claim to Jerusalem and Occupied Palestine. The current day Israelis are in fact an "invented people."

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