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Re: 100% True
Posted By: Nubianem In Response To: 100% True (Amir-hossein)
Date: 3, June 02, at 12:09 p.m.
In Response To: 100% True (Amir-hossein)
Good observation Mr. Amir. One of the very important developments taking place through South Asia, the Mddle East and East Asia is the search for the history of the Cushite people who migrated and settled an area from Sudan to South China in prehistoric times. Of course "Cushite" is the biblical term however they were the aboriginals of the region.
In the case of Iran, the Elamites, Susians and others also mentioned in SEMITIC LITERATURE LIKE THE BIBLE, were the original people in Persia and after the migrations of the Gutites from Zagros Mountains, the mixing of races began. Yet, for thousannds of years a certain segment of the original population remained in the Southern part of Iran.
Any person or student looking for the true history of the Sumerians, Elamites and Susians they are at great luck, because the Negroid people you mention are their direct descendants. It is facinating to know that they are still there in large numbers, but these people are a historical treasure trove, just as the descendants of the ancient Shang Dynasty, who have now been reduced to an oppressed minority in China, continue to exist. Of course they are now more mixed in and resemble dark-skinned Chinese and in some cases Samoans but they are still or anvcient Negro African origins.
Again, thanks for the input.
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