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Tsiyon Messianic Radio Newsletter Vol 4.39 - 07/06/6009 TAM - 09/25/2009
The World Under
Judgment - 2 Radio Interviews
Patrick Gibson, mastermind behind Evil Conservative Radio, interviews Eliyahu ben David about his book on the prophecies of Revelation,
Announcing Judgment Day. You may be surprised by Patrick's reaction to the book. In any case, you will be entertained by his NY wit!
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More Guest Appearances!
quest to keep our listeners and partners up to date with what we are up
to here at Tsiyon Radio, we have been airing recent guest
appearances of Eliyahu ben David on other radio shows. We
continue that this week with two interviews in this one program! A few
weeks ago Eliyahu was a guest of Patrick Gibson on Evil
Conservative Radio. Patrick is a colorful person who definitely
holds your attention. Patrick had some great questions and was both fun
and interesting to talk with. Thanks Patrick, for a great interview. The
second interview on this program is another appearance on
Radio Liberty, hosted by the legendary Dr. Stanley Monteith.
After having interviewed me already in two earlier programs, Dr. Stan
was ready to get into some information you haven't heard yet on
Tsiyon Radio. I definitely think you won't want to miss this. Also,
welcome to all of the new listeners who have heard about us on Dr.
Stan's programs, or one of the other guest appearances we've done
Listener Feedback - Are Modern Jews Kazars?
Listener Comment: Are all Jews of the
blood line of Jews? To me the water of who is a Jew is a bit murky. The
nation of Khazaria supposedly converted to Judaism. Some if not all of
them migrated to Europe. And a lot of the Jews in Israel, the majority,
are Ashkenazi Jews [from Europe]. Can you shed any light on this?
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Tsiyon Answer: Thanks for your questions. Converts are considered
Jews and are incorporated into the Jewish community, so not all Jews
are ethnic Jews. However, MOST are!
Modern DNA research has disproven the Khazar origin theory of
Ashkenazi jews. While there seems to be some small contribution from
the Khazars in a small percentage of Ashkenazi DNA, the percentage
is so small as to be scientifically insignificant. Y chromosome
studies "showed that Ashkenazi Jews are more closely related to
other Jewish and Middle Eastern groups than to their local
neighbouring populations in Europe."
Bottom line here is that DNA studies of the various communities of
modern Jews, including Ashkenazi jews, find them more related to one
another than to the peoples around them. These are primarily the
descendents of the Jewish residents of Judea dating back 2000 years
and beyond. Taken as a whole, modern Jews are essentially the same
people group as the Biblical Jewish people. Notice this quote:
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Modern DNA studies
chromosome of Jews
worldwide have largely disproven the Khazar origin theory
for the vast majority of Ashkenazi DNA.
A 1999 study by
Hammer et al., published in the
Proceedings of the United States National Academy of
the Y chromosomes of Ashkenazi, Roman, North African,
Kurdish, Near Eastern, Yemenite, and Ethiopian Jews with 16
non-Jewish groups from similar geographic locations. It
found that "Despite their long-term residence in different
countries and isolation from one another, most Jewish
populations were not significantly different from one
another at the genetic level... The results support the
hypothesis that the paternal gene pools of Jewish
communities from Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East
descended from a common Middle Eastern ancestral population,
and suggest that most Jewish communities have remained
relatively isolated from neighboring non-Jewish communities
during and after the Diaspora." According to
Nicholas Wade "The
results accord with Jewish history and tradition and refute
theories like those holding that Jewish communities consist
mostly of converts from other faiths, or that they are
descended from the Khazars, a medieval Turkish tribe that
A 2001 study by
Nebel et al. found Eu 19 chromosomes, which are very
frequent in Eastern European populations (54%-60%), at
elevated frequency (12.7%) in Ashkenazi Jews. The authors
hypothesized that these chromosomes could reflect low-level
gene flow into Ashkenazi populations from surrounding
Eastern European populations, or, alternatively, that both
the Ashkenazi Jews with Eu 19, and to a greater extent all
Eastern European populations in general, might have some
partial Khazar ancestry.
A 2005 study by
Nebel et al., based on Y chromosome polymorphic
markers, showed that Ashkenazi Jews are more closely related
to other Jewish and Middle Eastern groups than to their
local neighbouring populations in Europe. However, 11.5% of
male Ashkenazim were found to belong to R-M17, the dominant
Y chromosome haplogroup in
suggesting possible gene flow between the two groups. The
authors hypothesized that "R-M17 chromosomes in Ashkenazim
may represent vestiges of the mysterious Khazars". They
concluded "However, if the R-M17 chromosomes in Ashkenazi
Jews do indeed represent the vestiges of the mysterious
Khazars then, according to our data, this contribution was
limited to either a single founder or a few closely related
men, and does not exceed ~ 12% of the present-day
I feel that Israel from
the New World Order stand point is the final solution. Like Hitler the
whole idea is to get rid of the jews, especially those of the blood
line. Lot of it is because of the defeat that Satan suffered at the hand
of Jews for bringing Christ into the world. And if he can occupy Israel
he wins. It is kind like King of the Mountain. With his occupying Israel
it precludes Jesus from coming back.
Tsiyon Answer: There is a bit more to it, but your assessment is
Listener Comment: Do you know anything about the lost
Tsiyon Answer: The lost tribes are a major interest of our
ministry, with many of our programs relating to them. A good place
to start would be at this link:
We have more about the lost
tribes in our new DVD, which we are giving out as a gift right now
to everyone signing up as a
Tsiyon Ministry Partner.
Thoughts from Eliyahu ben David:
This seventh month is
such a special time of year. No doubt you and your family are filled
with anticipation as we approach Yom Kippur (Day of
Atonement) followed soon thereafter by the eight days of
Sukkot (Tabernacles/Booths). Whatever your plans may be, we
want to wish you a very meaningful seventh month. May you be
encouraged and renewed as you meet YHWH on His appointed days.
Blessings and shalom in the name of Y'shua Messiah,
Eliyahu ben David
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