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M.IB

Ibrahim (a), was Iraqi?!

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only FGC11 and L93 are related to Arabic people as it seems to be unique in Arabian peninsula and North Africa. And it means that most of Arabic tribes, who are of FGC11 lineage, descend from a unique male who possibly lived in Mesopotamia or Levant 4600 years ago, and moved southwards. What makes it strange is the fact that, except FGC11, all other lineages of J1 are speakers of non-Semitic languages. This might be a clue that FGC11 lineage might have adopted Arabic and Canaanite languages 4000-4600 years ago. Our hypothesis for language replacement of J1-FGC11 from Sumerian to Hebrew and Arabic, which we call Semitic languages now, is based on historical events and records as well.

https://www.haplogroups.org/haplogroup-j1-is-not-semitic

 

Very interesting article, pretty doubtful, although. 

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hi in holy Quran Ibrahim (a) is called father of many nations so we cant limit him to a specific location or religion but most of prophets had roots from Euphrates  from lineage of Ishaq (a)& prophet Mohammad was from his firstborn child Ishmael .  

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On ‎12‎/‎2‎/‎2017 at 3:33 AM, SunniBrother said:

Maimonides said that he was from Ur Kazdim now in modern day Turkey. The city of Iraq was called Ur of Chaldean. In the Bible it says Kazdim in Hebrew while in the Translation of English they say is Chaldean.

Archeology does not confirm Biblical histography.

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