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Hamitic means children of Ham one of the sons of Noah.
Hamitic people are largely Black African or "negroid" as
you put it, yet not exclusively. To prove that Irish are
related to Berbers or one group or the other does not
nesseccarly mean they are are of Negroid roots. The
Berber are a people that traveled to north africa a few
thousand years ago from southern arabia & Ethiopia. The
Hamitic Stock & the Samitic Stock are historically
intermingled. From them came a people who call themselves
samitic and another people calling themselves hamitic
yet they only seperate after a long period of time...by
time and space races truly seperated and were formed.
The berber may be hamitic or samitic or a mix of both
even if a higher probability of hamitic...that does not
neccessarily mean Negroid. The contenent of Africa
especially in the north has a long history of
intermingling of Hamitic, Samitic and the children of
Jafeth or "caucazoid". Let us assume Irish are from
berber, and berber are inturn from Ethiopia and
Ethiopians in turn are a mix of Samitic and Hamitic Negroid...the statement then lends one rather then to name
races but rather to name Origins. Origin of Irish can be
stated as Hamitic or Samitic...that is a more correct
statement. Much of research have now put more basis on
the theory that all man came from Africa and of Negroid
or similar race...so by stating that about Irish is not
sufficient...an more correct term is Hamitic...some
Middleeasterners are hamitic, the berber, and
negroids...and now Irish.
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