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Old 03-14-2016, 01:05 AM
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The Japanese are wondering why their language has many similar characters to the language the visitors who came to Palestine use.

There are many videos on YouTube about it.

If you are Japanese and are wondering why, what I believe I can tell you is you're a Hebrew. You are descendent from Shem.
Shem is an Asian looking man. All Asian looking people are from Shem.

The Egyptians (Present day Spanish/Portuguese speaking Native Americas) are also Shemites, however, Egyptians are not Israelites. They just resemble many of the Hebrews. The Jews are black although some look Asian.

Joseph the dad of Manasseh would pass for an Egyptian, which is why his brothers didn't recognize him when they went to Egypt.

Manasseh (Continental East Asia) are listed in 1 chronicles 7:14-19.
Sheresh is Laos.
Ulam is Mongolia.
Aniam is Vietnam.
Rakem is Burma/Myanmar.

Just to name a few Israelites.
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