Nosotros los israelitas venimos en diferentes tonos de piel. ✊🏽✊🏾✊🏿 Nuestros hermanos de la Tribu de Judá 🦁 se concentran en América del Norte. 🇺🇸 Pero muchos de nosotros de las Diez Tribus Perdidas 🤴🏾🕎👸🏽estamos dispersos en toda América del Sur. Aprende más: www.TheADL.org#Israelitas#latinos#familia… See MoreSee Less
Why try to convert #Israelites to Jewish identity when we have our own as the #ChosenPeople of God? We are the #biblicalhebrews. The #holybible is our ancestral heritage–not that of the Jews/Judaism. While we love Jews😘, we need to clarify who is who in order to inherit God’s promises for his people: Israelites.🤩Had the pleasure to host the leader of the Breslev Jewish community of Côte d’Ivoire who converted through the Beit Din of Uman, Ukraine and leads an extraordinary community in Abijan, Africa.
This tzadik is working on building a beautiful new synagogue that would be the largest to date in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Appart from the descendants of Judea & Israel, there are emerging Jewish communities out there who have come to Judaism on their own. It’s a phenomenon but it makes sense that this is happening as it is written in the Gemara (in Pesachim 87B-14) that one of the reasons Hashem exiled Israel amongst the nations is so they will return with converts.
It is against Judaism to force or even to try to convince non-Jews to become Jewish, but what we are seeing here is that emerging Jewish communities are forming on their own, and if they genuinely come to this identity and go through the right process, they should be welcomed.
One of the mitzvot that’s most mentioned in the Torah is how to treat the stranger or convert. Each reference teaches us to be welcoming and open minded, knowing that many Jews would have had so much trauma from the outside world that it would unfortunately cause Jews to often reject or look down upon converts.
Rabbi Harry Rozenberg states that “the Jewish People are not a DNA bloodline, but rather a collective who holds a set of information that came from Moses. One can be born into the Jewish People from an ancient line or one can grapht themselves into the Jewish People through an age old process.”
#Israelites can also be found in #Nigeria. Many members of the Ten Lost Tribes of Israel can be found in Sub-Saharan ("Black") Africa–and they were never lost, just denied their Israelitish Identity. Even now, the We Were Never Lost project is working to assign these Israelites #Jewish identity, although they are not #Jews. We are Israelites, which is not one and the same with Jewish. The former are the #BiblicalHebrews/Sons of Jacob, and possess an ethno-racial Identity. The latter is a religious identity that has integrated and superimposed itself upon God’s Chosen People. We love Jews 💗, but they are not us and we are not them. 🙂 … See MoreSee Less
Igbo Semites ("Africans"). Many descendants of the Transatlantic Slavetrade are Igbo. This is why an accurate account of history matters. #BlackSemites#ChildrenOfIsrael#IsraelitesConnecting to our Igbo Jewish brothers in Ogidi before things went south. Rudy Rochman רודי רושמן … See MoreSee Less
#BlackSemites are a well-known fact everywhere but the West. You’re looking at some of the members of the Ten "Lost" Tribes of Israel. 🥰 #IsraelitesJewish women of Africa. 🇺🇬 🇹🇿 🇿🇦 Featuring representation from Uganda, Tanzania, and South Africa