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    • Binyamin
    • 29.03.10 | 06:52 (IDT)

    You think you are a Cohanim and therefore chosen by Yaweh to rule over the Palestinians? You should have read the science, bubabah. You are an Arab. From Wikipedia: "Further study published in 2009 found new markers and better defined J1c3*(J-P58*). The researchers demonstrated that 46.1% of Cohanim carry Y chromosomes belonging to a single paternal lineage (J-P58*) that likely originated in the Near East well before the dispersal of Jewish groups in the Diaspora. Support for a Near Eastern origin of this lineage comes from its high frequency in our sample of Bedouins, Yemenis (67%), and Jordanians (55%) and its precipitous drop in frequency as one moves away from Saudi Arabia and the Near East (Fig. 4). Moreover, there is a striking contrast between the relatively high frequency of J-58* in Jewish populations (»20%) and Cohanim (»46%) and its vanishingly low frequency in our sample of non- Jewish populations that hosted Jewish diaspora communities outside of the Near East.{11] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haplogroup_J1e_(Y-DNA)#cite_note-10

    from the article: The plague of darkness has struck modern Israelites
    First published 02:06 29.03.10 | Last updated 10:33 29.03.10
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