The Y(male chromosome) DNA haplogroup R1b1 is found in Black Africa, mostly as a minority element though amongst a few peoples it is quite prominent. It got there through the migrations of people from the Middle East. Christian Sildan shows how this confirms the Middle East origins of R1b1 which is otherwise associated mainly with Western Europe.

Africa and Western Europe in DNA


  Cristian Sildan 

Proof from Africa of the Middle East Origins of R1b1!
Haplogroup E also from the Middle East


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Peace again Yair.
I hope you had a nice Pesach.
Concerning the last Bamad article on the R1b1 Africans, I can't believe the inattention people have!

#3. The Possible Egyptian Origins of Some Black West African Groups?
#4. John Wharton: Were Some of the African Slaves in North America Descended from Ancient Egyptian Taskmasters over the Hebrews?

 (a) R1b1 and Africa
Not one of the readers seems to see what a bounty this information is for the adepts of Semitic Europe!
Let's proceed logically:
- you gave us the links for the works of a guy (D. Lange) about the legends and genealogies of precisely the Hausas and others from the same region.

Brit-Am Now no. 1473
#3. Articles about a Canaanite and Assyrian presence in West Africa
cf. Hausa. Wikipedia
Origin myths
One origin myth among the Hausa is the story of
Bayajidda, or Abuyizadu. Tradition holds that Bayajidda was a Baghdadi prince who left what is now Iraq and crossed the Sahara with a group of followers. He married a Bornoan princess, who gave birth to a son; they later fled Borno due to a disagreement with his wife's father, the king. Bayajidda had blacksmiths forge him a knife in Gaya (in modern southern Niger), after which he traveled to Daura (in modern northern Nigeria). In that city, the prince slew a serpent who prevented the people from drawing water from the well, and the Queen of Daura, Daurama, married him out of gratitude.[3] Their son, Bawo, had six of his own children, and these six, along with Bayajidda's son by the Bornoan princess, went on to rule the seven Hausa Bakwai.[4]

- He (D. Lange) proves quite clearly from them that the kingdoms in northern Nigeria and Niger and Tchad are of Assyrian, Hebrew and other Ancient Middle East origins
- the legends and genealogies have proved more reliable than official history on many occasions, we can believe them especially when there are concordances of informations that couldn't be there unless true and well transmitted, like the names of old kings until recently ignored by all, and stuff.
OK and now the reasoning:
First the facts
- there are Africans who say they've been founded by Biblical populations
- their claims look true
- the said Africans have a dual genetical legacy, meaning African haplogroups - A, B, E1, E2, plus this curiously continent-overlapping one E3 - and a very substantial presence of R1b
- to my knowledge they DON'T have other Middle Eastern haplogroups like J, I, K etc.
And now the conclusions:
They say many of their paternal ancestors came from Mesopotamia, ergo R1b must be from Mesopotamia.
There's no other Middle Eastern genetic haplogroup among them, ergo R1b was probably the only one their Biblical ancestors were carrying, ergo R1b was very massively present in old Middle East, unlike today.
E3b could have been as well since it's found everywhere, but it remains that R1b could not be that dominant without much more massive presence than today. Ergo, R1b was surely originated in the M.E. and was if not the only haplogroup Middle Easterners had in those times, then the most important.

 E and Africa
And now, concerning E, I have a theory on it.
I found weird how it's found on 3 continents like that, and in quite massive proportions.
I also found weird how the most African y-haplogroups, A and B, are vanishingly rare today outside southern Africa... and southern Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia!
It's obvious that E originated somewhere in the north, and migrated southwards and replaced the local ones.
This explains the presence of the native haplogroups in the southern tip of the continent, where they were pushed.
But Sudan?
Well, Sudan and Ethiopia may be the proof that E appeared in Arabia, jumped across sea in Sudan, and from there its pastoral possessors spread it slowly on the continent. They were probably few at the beginning, but slowly they contacted tribes, they wooed most girls with their wealth in cows, therefore winning the genetic competition with the native boys. By the third or so tribe they infiltrated, they were totally black from their repeatedly African mothers, but they kept carrying on their fatherly haplogroup. In Sudan and Ethiopia they did not displace the local male genepool since they were few and the Sudanese guys raised their own cows as they bought them from this group or adopted their methods, or they were already raising their own cows but were less adventurous and adaptive and not migrating. But for the more interior hunter-gatherer tribes, the Arabian-originated shepherds were absolute novelty, all the fathers being glad to wed their daughters to these formidably rich strangers, that were now looking and behaving, in other respects, like them.
In time, this migration got violent since this wave of population touched the Guinea gulf, they formed there the Bantu group and this group carried on migration AND conquest toward the more southern latitudes. And it's known that African inter-tribal warfare is quite bloody, the winner takes all, especially females...
Now, how could have been the originator of the E haplogroup?
Well, its presence upon 3 continents and its manifested pastoral spread into Africa point to a Middle Eastern origin, but by whom?
Well, I think there was more than one Forefather, but as a general rule, it must have been a haplogroup that appeared when a Shemite father met a Hamite mother. Not in all cases, but in many. More specifically, when a Shemite founder met a Hamite matriarch, and their descendants kept marrying Hamite women for a long while. It seems logical enough. Let's see: the Berbers are almost exclusively E, from what I remember. Flavius Josephus says of some of them they are the descendants of Abraham's post-Sarah women. He says the same of the Erythreans, very important, since it's the area most historians consider to be the root of the spread of pastoralism and therefore massive population into Africa. And it's said these boys departed from him, after conveniently endowed with wealth, in order not to compete with Isaac. Many other Berbers are Phoenician, meaning another long-term mixing of Shemites and Hamites. It looks like Edom did it's own colonizing on the Red Sea shores, too. It seems like many Albanians, a European-considered population with 30-40% of E, is in fact a Muslim north-African nucleus that migrated there and assimilated Thracian locals to their ways. And so on and so forth.

So basically, this is the thesis: people like Sheba, Dedan, some of Edom and Ismael, or Asher with the Phoenicians, went to Hamite areas, slowly -or rapidly- displaced the male gene-pool and their descendants kept marrying Hamite women for a long time, constantly integrating new tribes and recontacting the female Hamite lines. Finally this influenced the male genetical inheritance as well, and produced a sort of haplogroup that is intermediate between the European and Afro-Indian, that is the E.


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