Sunday, July 6, 2014

Does Peace in the Middle East Rest with the Moors?

Does Peace in the Middle East Rest with the Moors?
By: Cozmo Ali El

According to Noble Drew Ali, the people of Africa, known as Amexem in ancient times are descendants of the biblical Ham and his son Cush.

"The inhabitants of Africa are the descendants of the ancient Canaanites from the land of Canaan. Old man Cush and his family are the first inhabitants of Africa who came from the land of Canaan. His father Ham and his family were second.

The descendants of Ham are known as Hamites or Kamites. Likewise,,the descendants of Cush are known as Cushite. Therefore, Hamites and Cushites are the same people only there instillation in Africa comes at different points in history.

These are the Moabites, Hamathites, and Canaanites, who were driven out of the land of Canaan by Joshua, and received permission from the Pharaohs of Egypt to settle in that portion of Egypt. In later years they formed themselves kingdoms. These kingdoms are called this day Morocco, Algiers, Tunis, Tripoli, etc.
The inhabitants of the kingdoms are known as Moors, descendants of ancient Moors known in ancient times as Tamerau and there land the land of Mera an ancient Kametic word from whence Moors and its many variants are derived.

Moors  have a historical and modern connection with the land known as Israel today that is seldom spoken or written about. One such historical connection comes in the form of an ancient Kemetic Stele.

Shechem /ˈʃɛkəm/ or Sichem (/ˈsɪkəm/; Hebrew: שְׁכֶם / שְׁכָם, Standard Š(ə)ḫem Tiberian Šəḵem, "shoulder") was a Canaanite city mentioned in the Amarna letters, and is mentioned in the Hebrew Bible as an Israelite city of the tribe of Manasseh and the first capital of the Kingdom of Israel.[1] Traditionally associated with Nablus,[2] it is now identified with the site of Tell Balata in Balata al-Balad in the West Bank….Shechem had been a Canaanite settlement, first mentioned in Egyptian texts on the Sebek-khu Stele, an Egyptian stele of a noble at the court of Senusret III (c. 1880–1840 BC). In the Amarna Letters of about 1350 BC IBID

The Armana letters were a communication between Cannanites and Amurru which was an Amorite kingdom between modern western and north-western Syria and Lebanon between the 14th–12th centuries BC.  Amurru was part of the Kemetic Empire.

Moors are the Original Jews 
"Ashkenazic and Sephardic Jews 

• There are several subgroups of Jews with different culture and traditions:
Ashkenazic: Descendants of Jews from France, Germany and Eastern Europe
Sephardic: Descendants of Jews from Spain, Portugal, North Africa and the Middle East
Mizrachi: Descendants of Jews from North Africa and the Middle East
• Other subgroups are Yemenite, Ethiopian and Oriental
Ashkenazic and Sephardic Jews represent two distinct subcultures of Judaism. We are all Jews and share the same basic beliefs, but there are some variations in culture and practice. It's not clear when the split began, but it has existed for more than a thousand years, because around the year 1000 C.E.,…" (Judaism 101 are Ashkenazic Jews?

Ashkenazic Jews are the Jews of France, Germany, and Eastern Europe and their descendants. The adjective "Ashkenazic" and corresponding nouns, Ashkenazi (singular) and Ashkenazim (plural) are derived from the Hebrew word "Ashkenaz," which is used to refer to Germany. Most American Jews today are Ashkenazim, descended from Jews who emigrated from Germany and Eastern Europe from the mid 1800s to the early 1900s…" IBID
Who are Sephardic Jews?

Sephardic Jews are the Jews of Spain, Portugal, North Africa and the Middle East and their descendants. The adjective "Sephardic" and corresponding nouns Sephardi (singular) and Sephardim (plural) are derived from the Hebrew word "Sepharad," which refers to Spain." IBID

Mizrachi: Descendants of Jews from North Africa and the Middle East• Other subgroups are Yemenite, Ethiopian and Oriental.

"The origin of the Ashkenazi Jews, who come most recently from Europe, has largely been shrouded in mystery. But a new study suggests that at least their maternal lineage may derive largely from Europe.
Though the finding may seem intuitive, it contradicts the notion that European Jews mostly descend from people who left Israel and the Middle East around 2,000 years ago. Instead, a substantial proportion of the population originates from local Europeans who converted to Judaism, said study co-author Martin Richards, an archaeogeneticist at theUniversity of Huddersfield in England.  ("Surprise: Ashkenazi Jews Are Genetically European By Tia Ghose, Staff Writer)
"Various East and West African ethinic nations lay verifiable claim to their Jewish ancestral heritage. The Falashas, the most famous of those Black Jews have been validated. Close to three hundred thousand of those black Falasha Jews live in the modern State of Isreal as practising Jews.
The Lembas of South Africa, another so-called Bantu tribe have a cogent and valid claim to Jewish ancestry and heritage backed by solid genetic evidence i.e. the prevalence of the so-called Cohen modal J haplogroup. The Lembas as a group are indistinguishable from their Bantu neighbors suggesting that most Bantus groups possess this archetypal Jewish genetic haplogroup. It implies that there are potentially more bloodline Jews on the continent of Africa than anywhere else including modern Europe and Israel.
The names of old Jewish communities south of the Atlas mountains (around the regions of modern Niger, Nigeria), many of which existed well into Renaissance times, can be found in documents in synagogue archives in Cairo. See “George E. Lichtblau”

Falasha Jews

Moors Gate 
"Historians have explained that the Arabs brought Islam to the Maghrib as they moved into the area. The Arabs were a powerful political and military force in the region. At first, there was pressure for Berbers (Aboriginal Moors) to join the Arab military and adopt Islam for reasons of political/economic advantage. However, by the 8th century, Berbers were ready to adopt Islam as well as Arabic culture. They converted to Islam on a massive scale, but also continued to resent Arab domination in this region.

The Berbers (Moors) developed their own unique expression of Islam in a doctrine called Kharidjism. This doctrine emphasized equality amongst Muslims and criticized the ruling authority of the Arabs. It became the Berber's ideology of struggle against Arab domination. Their resistance was aimed not at Muslim Arabs, but specifically targeted towards the ruling class."

In Modern Times, so called blacks, Moors, can be found defending the holy lands from Christian invaders. For example, take the edifice of the Moorish Gate, El Bab El Magrebi, one of the entrances to the Dome of the Rock at the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. The only city gate entrance in the Jewish quarter. Moors occupied and owned territory around the gate entrance.
Historical documentation shows the border of the village from the four directions: Al-Malha Al-Kubra sout, Ein Qaoroun, Qalounia, Harash, Sataf and Zawyet Al-Bukhtyari north, Ein Al-Sheqaq west, and Al-Malha Al-Kubra
and Beit Marmeil east.
The second place is located in Jerusalem itself known as Qantara Asabat Um Al-Banat at Bab Al-Selsela, including a large building (Ewan), a large house, a yard, a facility and an underground store and cellar.
The document, at the end, warned that Allah would punish those who would alter or deny the dedication of the property “because a good believer would not violate the legacy.” The document was signed on 29
Ramadan 720 H, 1320 CE.
For more information, one should research a document by Abu Madein Al-Ghouth which outlined the various territories. It reads: These lands were dedicated to the Moors in Jerusalem, or those visiting in the city regardless of color, trade, sex, age or status and that no one could fight the Moors against this Waqf (an Islamic endowment of lands and or property).
Status itself is of paramount importance in the contemplation of the Waqf. Since it is so that many Moors have been stripped of their birthrights with vile institutions such as slavery and modern caste slavery under terms such as negro, black and colored. Nevertheless, it appears in the language of the Waqf, that these imposed statuses are not exclusionary in regards to the application of the Waqf.
According to the Palestinian Information Center, all these estates have been know to everyone. The ruling states have been faithful and considerate regarding these states, especially the Ottoman through the British occupation until the Jews captured it in 1948, when they destroyed most of these estates.
Then in 1967, the war annexed the rest of Israel and bulldozed the Moorish quarters inside the city walls. The Israeli forces bulldozed the Moorish quarters inside the city walls four days after the war in 1967, leaving 135 families, totaling 650 people, homeless.
So we see there is much to be learned about the connection between Moors and so-called Blacks in international affairs, especially in affairs regarding the holy lands and the Middle east conflict. Conceivably, if the Moorish question were to be raised, then some sort of equilibrium could be established and serve as a pivotal point by which peace could be attained.
For it is perhaps the blotting out of history of the so-called black Moorish legacy, contributions and rights that have led to such disputes which cannot be solved because there is a missing link that must be addressed to dispense proper justice.