The Hidden and Untold History of the Jewish People and Ethiopians

The Hidden and Untold History of the Jewish People and Ethiopians This book is about the hidden forgotten and hitherto untold history of the Jewish nation and Ethiopians It is about kinship and the longest friendship in the world dating back to the days of Abraham

  • Title: The Hidden and Untold History of the Jewish People and Ethiopians
  • Author: Fikre Tolossa
  • ISBN: 9781458377012
  • Page: 126
  • Format: Paperback
  • This book is about the hidden, forgotten and hitherto untold history of the Jewish nation and Ethiopians It is about kinship and the longest friendship in the world dating back to the days of Abraham, the father of the Jews, and Melchizedek, the father of Ethiopians, high priest of the Most High God, King and builder of Jerusalem, 4000 years ago It reveals with compellinThis book is about the hidden, forgotten and hitherto untold history of the Jewish nation and Ethiopians It is about kinship and the longest friendship in the world dating back to the days of Abraham, the father of the Jews, and Melchizedek, the father of Ethiopians, high priest of the Most High God, King and builder of Jerusalem, 4000 years ago It reveals with compelling evidence the history of the Jewish people found in ancient Ethiopic documents lost to the Jews and the world at large known as THE BOOK OF THE WARS OF THE LORD and JASHER, as well as the Bible and other literature It is expected to contribute to and complete the otherwise incomplete Jewish history.

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    • Flora Williams says:

      This book, The Hidden and Untold History of the Jewish People and Ethiopians helped me understand the connection between the Jewish People and the Ethiopians. Dr. Fikre Tolossa is an Ethiopian which increased my interest in reading his book. I focused my attention on Yisrael and saw the connection of truth and the connection between Ethiopia and Yisrael through history. I have been searching for myself. For I believe that I belong to the Ethiopian Jews and that I ancestors were scattered. I have [...]

    • Sidney Davis says:

      This book written by an Ethiopian scholar summarizes the findings of ancient scrolls discovered about 40 years ago in the ruins of an ancient Ethiopian church in Nubia (Sudan). They were written in Geez and translated by Meri Ras Aman Belai. Their discovery is comparable to the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls for Ethiopian studies and scholarship that informs and complements the Kebra Nagast and other Ethiopian religious historical traditions.

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