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Target: Special Victims of the Holocaust
     

Target: Special Victims of the Holocaust

by David Chagall
 

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Before World War 2, there was a total of sixteen million Jews in the world--over one fourth were sephardic Spanish Jews, tracing their ancestral lineage from the Twelve Tribes of Israel. Â Hitler engineered the genocide of six million Jews, almost all of them Ashkenazic or European Jews, descended from the Khazars, a pagan people from west Asia that

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Before World War 2, there was a total of sixteen million Jews in the world--over one fourth were sephardic Spanish Jews, tracing their ancestral lineage from the Twelve Tribes of Israel. Â Hitler engineered the genocide of six million Jews, almost all of them Ashkenazic or European Jews, descended from the Khazars, a pagan people from west Asia that converted to Judaism in the 8th century A.D. Â 

Who were the Khazars? Â And why did their legacy result in persecution and death? Â Why have the Sephardim called the Ashkenazim "Tedescos"--Teutons? Â This important book shifts the basic question of the Holocaust from "Why the Jews?" to "Why the Ashkenazim?"

Challenging the myths of religious bigotry--since the ancestors of Ashkenazic Jews were nomadic Gentile Huns who galloped around the Steppes of Asia at the time Jesus was crucified--TARGET shows just where the true bloodlines of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob are centered. Â On a deeper level, it explores the more complex geo-political roots of anti-Jewish feelings, the amazing number of prominent and influential Ashkenazim, and their role in the emergence of modern Israel. Â 

Timely and incisive, TARGET presents new and incontrovertible genetic and DNA evidence that supports a long-overdue examination of "Who is a Jew" and who exactly are "The Chosen People." Â Buffered by strong historical evidence and documentation, this is a work that will forever change the way the reader looks at the complex question of Jewish identity.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781453550564
Publisher:
Xlibris Corporation
Publication date:
01/24/2000
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
383 KB

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