Report Finds Ashkenazi Jews Descended from Turks – A Review

Author’s note: I saw this old article posted on social media a few days ago. Not that it really matters that much since jews are to be found in all races all over the world (including among the Chinese), but what really puzzles me is that this information comes straight from the horse’s mouth. Why “downgrade” themselves by claiming jews are just like everyone else? This shows that they are not in any way, shape or form a unique “race” who came from some “holy place”, a race “chosen by god” “who should rule over us all with an iron fist”.

By publishing these articles they are not-so indirectly stating what everyone suspects; that jews are just a bunch of mongrels with a psychopathic genocidal religion, and an atavistic hatred towards mankind, who have no claim whatsoever to the land they are illegally occupying right now, because they did not originate from there in the first place (they are basically genocidal squatters in the “Holy Land”, that is).

Anyway, take whatever is told in this article with a pinch of salt (“Scythians” whatever…).


Report finds Ashkinazi Jews descended from Turks

By Stephen Oryszczuk (April 21, 2016) published by The Latest Jewish News

Persian Jews converted Turks to Judaism to create the rump of what would become today’s Jewish population, DNA research has revealed.

The fascinating insight, which shows that most Ashkenazi Jews descend from Turkey, was made possible by state-of-the-art computer modelling and genetic techniques.

The project, led by Israeli-born Dr Eran Elhaik, even pinpointed Iskenaz, Eskenaz and Ashanaz – three Turkish villages an ancient Silk Road route which still exist today – as part of the original Ashkenazi homeland.

It is the largest genomic study ever carried out on Ashkenazi Jews, and shows that most of today’s population are the descendants of Greeks, Iranians and others who colonised what is now northern Turkey more than 2,000 years ago.

Elhaik shows that locals were converted to Judaism by Jews from Persia, whose empire then home to the world’s largest Jewish communities.

He said the word ‘Ashkenaz’ likely derives from Ashguza, the ancient Assyrian and Babylonian term for Iron Age Eurasian steppeland people known as Scythians.

A jewish-turkish sandwich (image not coming from the original article).

Concurrent analysis of Yiddish suggests that it was originally a Slavic language which the researchers think was developed by Jewish tradesmen travelling along the Silk Roads linking China and Europe 1,200 years ago.

It was only when the Khazar Empire began to decline around 1,000 years ago that the Jewish converts headed west, into central Europe, coming into contact with German-speaking peoples.

Elhaik and his team from the University of Sheffield published their findings in the scientific journal Genome Biology and Evolution and say their work helps settle an age-old debate about the origins of the 1,000-year old Yiddish language.

“The prevalent view claims Yiddish has a German origin, whereas the opposing view suggests a Slavic origin with strong Iranian and weak Turkic substrata,” they say.

“One of the major difficulties in deciding was the unknown geographical origin of Yiddish speaking Ashkenazic Jews,” they say, but their analysis “demonstrates that Greeks, Romans, Iranians, and Turks exhibit the highest genetic similarity with Ashkenazic Jews”.

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