It is believed that so-called Black/Negro/African-American people make up some of the descendants of the ancient Hebrews of Israel. The picture of “Jesus” that is commonly accepted is not accurate and is probably Caesar Bogoria. The Scriptures and Gospels do not teach Christianity, rather, Christianity mixes pagan traditions and worldly views with the Truth of the Word. Christians, Jewish people, and Muslims all had a hand in the slave trade and the oppression of Hebrews. Christians did the same thing that is done today, part of the Word is used to promote a specific idea and the rest is ignored, to justify and perpetuate slavery in America.
The Hebrews are scattered around the world but those brought to America in ships through the slave trade can be identified by plenty of evidence inside and outside the Word of God. There is evidence that the Jewish people are not descendants of the ancient Hebrews of Israel, that the Hebrew slaves are not African, and that Hebrews were not Moors or Egyptians.
For more information on this topic, please visit the website below. It is well put together, and goes into a lot of detail about the origin of Hebrew Israelites.
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Taught of Yah. (2017).