Vers. 15 - 68
Hosea 4:6 My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge:
Our Challenge: We will publicly debate any "Bible Theologian" on the curses
Deuteronomy 28 to determine which group of people fit these curses!
The Shocking Truth About African Americans
Restoring Black Identity
Jews (Israelites) of Africa
Lemba People of South Africa - Proven to be true
Israelites by DNA test
(They have been saying that they are
Israelites for thousands of years)
The Jews of Ethiopia (Falashas) - Like the Lemba, have
been saying for  thousands of years that they are Israelites!
These three videos alone should prove to the unbelievers that
true Israel ran into Africa including West Africa to escape Roman
How do we know (European) Jews are Imposters?
The True Name Of God (YAH)
Scattered African groups which have not maintained contact with the
wider Israelite community from ancient times, but which assert descent
from ancient Israel or other connections to Israelite traditions. These
Groups which observe Israelite rituals, or rituals bearing recognizable
resemblance to Israelite tradition. Although there are a number of such
groups, we have only listed a couple on this page. The Beta Israel of
Ethiopia  and the Lemba  of South Africa. See videos below!
Ethiopian Jews
Most of the practices found in African Israelite communities are Orthodox in nature, enabling
the communities to remain strong and united in spirit and belief.
Ethiopian Jew (Israelite)
Numbers 12: Says that Moses married an Ethiopian woman.
Another name for Ethiopian is Cushite.
Intermarriage between the
Israelites and Africans have
been going on for
thousands of years.
Map of Northeast Africa / Israel
Ethiopia is just below or south
of Sudan.
See full map
Why are they taking these "black" people out of Africa and to
Since Biblical times The (Jews)
Israelite people have had close ties
with Africa, going back to Abraham's
sojourns in Egypt and later the
Israelite captivity under the Pharaohs.

Some Israelite communities in Africa
are among the oldest in the world,
dating back more than 2,700 years.
Today Israelites in Africa show an
ethnic and religious diversity and
richness unparallelled on any other
continent. African Israelite
communities are located in Ethiopia,
Uganda, South Africa and West
African countries.