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Albert Pike and The 3 World Wars

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on August 27, 2013

AlbertPikeAlbert Pike was Sovereign Grand Commander of the Supreme Council of the 33rd degree and Supreme Pontiff of Universal Freemasonry. He created the 33rd degree of the Scottish-Rite, co-created the KKK (K=11th letter, 11×3=33), and remains a revered figure in global Masonry. In 1891, when Pike died his funeral was held in the Washington D.C. Freemasonic Temple at midnight with the room draped entirely in black. This is a man who wore a wristband through which he claimed to maintain constant communication with Lucifer. On August 15th, 1871 Albert Pike wrote a letter to Giuseppe Mazzini outlining three world wars that would be necessary to bring about world government. The first two happened precisely as Pike had planned decades prior, and the third eerily resembles the current world political situation.

The First World War must be brought about in order to permit the Illuminati to overthrow the power of the Czars in Russia and of making that country a fortress of atheistic Communism. The divergences caused by the “agentur” (agents) of the Illuminati between the British and Germanic Empires will be used to foment this war. At the end of the war, Communism will be built and used in order to destroy the other governments and in order to weaken the religions.

The Second World War must be fomented by taking advantage of the differences between the Fascists and the political Zionists. This war must be brought about so that Nazism is destroyed and that the political Zionism be strong enough to institute a sovereign state of Israel in Palestine. During the Second World War, International Communism must become strong enough in order to balance Christendom, which would be then restrained and held in check until the time when we would need it for the final social cataclysm.

The Third World War must be fomented by taking advantage of the differences caused by the ‘agentur’ of the ‘Illuminati’ between the political Zionists and the leaders of Islamic World. The war must be conducted in such a way that Islam (the Moslem Arabic World) and political Zionism (the State of Israel) mutually destroy each other. Meanwhile the other nations, once more divided on this issue will be constrained to fight to the point of complete physical, moral, spiritual and economical exhaustion…We shall unleash the Nihilists and the atheists, and we shall provoke a formidable social cataclysm which in all its horror will show clearly to the nations the effect of absolute atheism, origin of savagery and of the most bloody turmoil. Then everywhere, the citizens, obliged to defend themselves against the world minority of revolutionaries, will exterminate those destroyers of civilization, and the multitude, disillusioned with Christianity, whose deistic spirits will from that moment be without compass or direction, anxious for an ideal, but without knowing where to render its adoration, will receive the true light through the universal manifestation of the pure doctrine of Lucifer, brought finally out in the public view. This manifestation will result from the general reactionary movement which will follow the destruction of Christianity and atheism, both conquered and exterminated at the same time.” -Albert Pike in a letter to Giuseppe Mazzini, excerpt from William Carr’s “Pawns in the Game”

Toppling The Governments of 7 Countries

In October, 2007, Gen. Wesley Clark gave a speech to the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco (seven-minute excerpt in the video below) in which he denounced what he called “a policy coup” engineered by neocons in the wake of 9/11. After recounting how a Pentagon source had told him weeks after 9/11 of the Pentagon’s plan to attack Iraq notwithstanding its non-involvement in 9/11, this is how Clark described the aspirations of the “coup” being plotted by Dick Cheney, Don Rumsfeld, Paul Wolfowitz and what he called “a half dozen other collaborators from the Project for the New American Century”:

Six weeks later, I saw the same officer, and asked: “Why haven’t we attacked Iraq? Are we still going to attack Iraq?”

He said: “Sir, it’s worse than that. He said – he pulled up a piece of paper off his desk – he said: “I just got this memo from the Secretary of Defense’s office. It says we’re going to attack and destroy the governments in 7 countries in five years – we’re going to start with Iraq, and then we’re going to move to Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Iran.”

Clark said the aim of this plot was this: “They wanted us to destabilize the Middle East, turn it upside down, make it under our control.” He then recounted a conversation he had had ten years earlier with Paul Wolfowitz — back in 1991 — in which the then-number-3-Pentagon-official, after criticizing Bush 41 for not toppling Saddam, told Clark: “But one thing we did learn [from the Persian Gulf War] is that we can use our military in the region – in the Middle East – and the Soviets won’t stop us. And we’ve got about 5 or 10 years to clean up those old Soviet regimes – Syria, Iran [sic], Iraq – before the next great superpower comes on to challenge us.” Clark said he was shocked by Wolfowitz’s desires because, as Clark put it: “the purpose of the military is to start wars and change governments? It’s not to deter conflicts?”


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Melkam Buhe

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on August 19, 2013


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Fantastic Meseret!

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on August 18, 2013


Our girls are truly writing history, even if the media attention is somewhere else. RESPECT!

Lelisa Desisa, Tadesse Tola, Almaz Ayana, Sofia Assefa, Hagos Gebrhiwet, congratulations to you all!

Ugandan Stephen Kiprotich switching sides — running in a zig-zag pattern to irritate Lelisa, the Boston Marathon winner. Very Rude! In sports like Motorsport Kiprotich would have been disqualified.




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Egypt: 1000 Years Later Muslims Burning Again Churches – But They Can’t Extinguish Christianity

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on August 16, 2013

For if we do evil on purpose after we have had the knowledge of what is true, there is no more offering for sins, but only a great fear of being judged, and of the fire of wrath which will be the destruction of the haters of God.” [Heb 10:26-27]

August 15, 2013church-burning1


1.Father Maximus Church


1.St George Church | Burned


1.Good Shepherds Monastery |  Nuns attacked

2.Angel Michael Church | Surrounded

3.St George Coptic Orthodox Church |

4.Al-Eslah Church| Burned |

5.Adventist Church | Pastor and his wife kidnapped |

6.St Therese Church

7.Apostles Church | Burning |

8.Holy Revival Church | Burning |

Beni Suef

1.The Nuns School

2.St George Church


1.St Fatima Basilica | Heliopolis | Attempted Attack

Fayoum (Five churches)

1.St Mary Church | El Nazlah |

2.St Damiana Church | Robbed and burned

3.Amir Tawadros (St Theodore) Church

4.Evangelical Church | al-Zorby Village | Looting and destruction

5.Church of Joseph | Burned |

6.Franciscan School | Burned |


1.Diocese of St Paul | Burned |


1.Father Antonios

2.Atfeeh Bishopric

Minya (Around twelve churches)

1.Church of the Virgin Mary and Father Abram | Delga, Deir Mawas |

2.St Mina Church | Abu Hilal Kebly, Beni Hilal | Source

3.Baptist Church | Beni Mazar | Source

4.Deir Mawas Bishopric

5.Delga Church | Attacked (Previously attacked with fire)

6.The Jesuit Fathers Church | Abu Hilal district

7.St Mark Church | Abu Hilal district

8.St Joseph Nunnery |

9.Amir Tadros Church |

10.Evangelical Church |

11.Anba Moussa al-Aswad Church

12.Apostles Church |


1.St Mary’s Church | Attempted Burning


1.St George Church |

2.St Damiana | Attacked and burned |

3.Virgin Mary | Attacked and burned |

4.St Mark Church & Community Center

5.Anba Abram Church | Destroyed and burned |


1.Holy Saviours Anglican Church |

2.Franciscan Church and School | Street 23 | Burned |

3.Holy Shepherd Monastery and Hospital |

4.Good Shepherd Church (molotov cocktail thrown)- Relationship with Holy Shepherd Monastery unknown.

5.Greek Orthodox Church


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US: Wrong To Favor Egypt in Water Rift

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on August 14, 2013

EthioLionOfJudahVery seldom when Western writers come up with something in defense of Ethiopia To be honest, it’s probably the first time that I read a Westerner giving an unbiased assessment on the Nile issue. Though, I overwhelmingly share the authors honest thoughts, I slightly disagree with the statement,“Egypt brought peace with Israel.” Actually, the two countries had a temporary peace treaty, only temporary, nothing else! In fact, Egypt brought the Muslim brotherhood/Al Queda and the 9/11 terrorists. The only thing Egypt and the United states share is their national emblem: the Eagle. In the past, “Christian” Americans supported Muslim Egypt to invade Christian Ethiopia (1800s). 200 years later, we notice, that, never before in American history have Christians experienced being hated for following Jesus Christ as they are today. The question is, will America fly again with the bird of prey, the Eagle, or will it recognize the visible signs of Jesus Christ? Will it now listen to the powerful voice of The Lord, the Lion of Judah? (In this German satellite image, we could clearly identify the face of a lion over the mountains of Ethiopia.)

Your people give themselves gladly in the day of your power; like the dew of the morning on the holy mountains is the army of your young men.” [Psalms 110:3]

The writer share with us the following interesting outlooks:

  • America will be tempted to intervene – on the wrong side.
  • For many years, all the Nile’s water has been divided between Sudan and Egypt; any other country that dared to touch the Nile was met with stern threats from Egypt and its protectors: first England, then America.
  • Ethiopia brought us nothing, Egypt, under Mubarak, brought peace with Israel. So we did Egypt’s bidding with the World Bank. ()
  • Morsi is gone. Secretary of State John Kerry has embraced the new military government. The danger is that the U.S., in its effort to prop up the Egyptian military successors to Morsi, will try to give them a victory over the dam issue.
  • There are many ways for America to signal its support of the new regime in Egypt. Shutting down Ethiopia’s dam, or looking the other way while Egypt does so, is not one of them

When has the U.S. managed to play the internal politics of another country with any success? It is so much more likely that, if we go down this route, we will alienate our ally in the fight against extremism in Somalia, and do nothing to appease the widely held belief in Egypt, voiced at that televised meeting, that somehow all wrongs are due to America. We’ll choose the wrong side – once again.

Why do we need to take sides at all? We can’t stop Ethiopia by cutting off its financing: Ethiopia has come up with the funding for this project from the sale of bonds, and loans from China. The dam, once finished, will produce tremendous amounts of electricity that can be sold to neighboring countries to retire the bonds



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Well Done, Aman & Sofia

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on August 13, 2013

Aman800mA great finish from Aman, you made history by becoming the first Ethiopian to win the 800m. Gobez! But, be careful not to be a Wahhabi tool. We saw with sadness Djibouti’s Suleiman Nudging you to make the exact same political gesture that Jelan did alongside the Somali-born Farah, last Sunday (picture below). Do keep your faith to yourself, if it means a lot to you, or else, the Red Sea snakes could bite you with their anti-Ethiopian venom. You seem to be a descent guy, so, please do always remember what your Christian brothers have thought you:

And when you make your prayers, be not like the false-hearted men, who take pleasure in getting up and saying their prayers in the Synagogues and at the street turnings so that they may be seen by men. Truly I say to you, They have their reward.

But when you make your prayer, go into your private room, and, shutting the door, say a prayer to your Father in secret, and your Father, who sees in secret, will give you your reward. [Matt 6:5]


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Christians Are Being Slaughtered by Wahhabi Islamists All Over The World

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on August 12, 2013

ሰይጣን ተለቋል፤ እግዚአብሔር አምላክን የከዱት፤ የኢትዮጵያና ሕዝቦቿ ጠላት የሆኑት: ጡቶቿን አጥብታ ያስደገቻቸውን ውዲቷ አገራችንን፡ ሕዝባችንን ነክሶ ለመጉዳት የመጨረሻ ሙከራ እያደረጉ ነው። አማልክቶቻቸው ቀስቅሰዋቸዋል፡ ጥሪዎቻቸውንም ተቀብለው የደም መስዋዕት ለማቅረብ ሽር ጉድ በማለት ላይ ይገኛሉ፤ እንደ ደረቀ ዛፍ የመቃጠያቸው ጊዜ ተቃርቧልና!

One blogger rightly put it:

The British media will not report these terrible things because it, the media, is peopled by those who detest Jesus. It will not report it because the source of the darkness that is enveloping the Islamic world is the same source that is behind the darkness that envelops their own thinking. (And that source is the father of ALL lies – John 8:44)”

MuslimPersecutionOfChristiansIn April 1996, Pope John Paul II attacked the intransigence of ‘followers of other religions’ who were persecuting Christians. He didn’t specify Islam, but everyone know who he meant.

In his Easter message Urbi et Orbi, he said Christians in Africa, Latin America, Asia and Europe had “legitimate aspirations” to jobs, housing, social justice and religious freedom which were “hindered” by other faiths. The Times continued: ‘The Pope recently condemned Islamic persecution of Christians in Sudan and will travel to Tunisia next weekend to plead for Islamic tolerance and Islamic-Christian dialogue.’

Nothing has really changed in almost 20 years. Indeed, the situation for Christians in these regions has actually become an awful lot worse.

The head of the Coptic Orthodox Church, for example, Pope Tawadros II, has had to cancel many public events at St Mark’s Cathedral in Cairo, fearing attacks from Brotherhood supporters who blame the Copts for the fall of Morsi. Indeed, the Copts in Egypt, who make up around 10 per cent of the population, have it an awful lot worse than gays in Russia. But there is no rolling coverage of their plight by the BBC: their persecution and murder is only mentioned in passing. No marches are staged in London; there is no damning comment by David Cameron or President Obama, and the world is largely silent as their churches are torched and congregations slaughtered.

Pope Tawadros was not the only religious leader who demanded change in Egypt, but his church is bearing the brunt. The Copts are increasingly fearful of meeting to worship: one of their number was recently kidnapped and beheaded in the Sinai.

And in Syria, Christians are being executed in their homes or subject to the judgments of sharia courts established to pass sentences upon those who violate precepts of Wahhabi Islam. As the Sunni ‘rebels’ struggle for ‘freedom’, the country’s 2.5 million Christians pray for the restoration of Alawite President Assad, their guardian and protector. Under him they had freedom to assemble, worship and speak. Indeed, Syria was for many the country of choice for Assyrian Christians fleeing the post-Saddam persecution. Their community is 2000 years old: today, they are verging on extinction.

But it is in Nigeria where the Islamist jihad rages most fiercely: according to a report on the Middle East Forum, 70 per cent of Christians killed around the world in 2012 were killed in the African nation. They list the most recent church Attacks:

Egypt: According to El Watan News, three Christian brothers were shot dead at their home by automatic weapons a few weeks before two were set to have their weddings. The victims’ family was earlier accused of trying to build a church on land they owned because they purchased building material to build a house on that land. The rumors about the building of a church spread during the Friday sermon at the mosque, following which 2,000 Muslims stormed the land and tried to destroy the house, car and tractor, resulting in the murder of the three Christian brothers.

Indonesia: Authorities demolished a church building with a bulldozer in West Java, even as Muslim bystanders cheered and denounced Christians as “infidels.” According to Pastor Leonard Nababan, the government is “criminalising our religion.” The congregation had gathered around the church in an effort to save it; so did Muslims, shouting, “They’re infidels and they’ve built their church without permission,” “Knock the church down now” and “Allahu Akbar.”

Iraq: According to Fox News, before the U.S. invasion of Iraq, there were more than 300 Christian churches. Today, a decade after the jihad was unleashed on Christians and their churches, only 57 Christian churches remain in the nation. And “The churches that remain are frequent targets of Islamic extremists, who have driven nearly a million Christians out of the land…” An Iraqi-based human rights organization said that “The last 10 years have been the worst for Iraqi Christians because they bore witness to the biggest exodus and migration in the history of Iraq…. More than two-thirds [of Christians] have emigrated.” One of the most dramatic cases of Christian persecution came in late October of 2010, when Al Qaeda members laid siege to Our Lady of Deliverance Church in Baghdad, killing 58 and wounding 78. According to an AP report “Iraq’s Catholic Christians flocked to churches to celebrate Easter Sunday [in March], praying, singing and rejoicing in the resurrection of Christ behind high blast walls and tight security cordons… [emphasis added].”

Libya: A Coptic Christian church located in Benghazi was attacked by armed Muslims. The jihadis severely beat and shaved the beard and mustache of Father Paul, the priest of the church, as a sign of humiliation. They also beat the deacon and nine attendees. Meanwhile, because Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood-led government had done little regarding the systematic abuse of Egyptian citizens in Libya, including the murder of one under torture, Copts demonstrated in front of the Libyan embassy in Cairo—prompting yet another attack on the Benghazi church, which was set on fire.

Pakistan: In response to one Christian man accused of blaspheming Islam’s prophet thousands of Muslims attacked the Christian Joseph Colony of Lahore, burning two churches, one Catholic, the other a Seventh Day Adventist, as often happens in Pakistan in the context of collectively punishing Christians.

Sudan: According to Morning Star News, Khartoum’s jihad continues to “rid the area of non-Arabs and Christianity”: the Evangelical Church in the Nuba was “reduced … to ashes” after an aerial bombardment. Days later, another bombing campaign left two dead and twelve injured, in the Christian-majority region. “These bombardments are major sources of fear among the people in South Kordofan,” said a church leader.

Turkey: The 5th century Studios Monastery, dedicated to St. John the Baptist, is set to go from being a branch of the Hagia Sophia—Christianity’s grandest cathedral, which was transformed into a mosque, after the Islamic conquest and is currently a museum—to being an active mosque. Many Turkish Muslims continue calling for the return of the Hagia Sophia itself to a mosque.


[Psalms 37:8-9]

Cease from wrath and leave behind rage. Do not choose to imitate the malicious .For those who are malicious will be exterminated. But those who remain with the Lord, these will inherit the land.”


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የነብዩ ሕዝቅኤል ተዓምር – ከ2ሺህ ዓመታት በፊት የታየው መንኮራኹር

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on August 11, 2013


ከክርስቶስ ልደት በፊት፡ በ582 .ም ከሰማይ የሆነ ነገር፤ የሆኑ ነገሮች ወደ ምድር መጡ። ብሉይ ኪዳን ላይ ነብዩ ሕዝቅኤል ጌታችን ወደ ምድር መምጣቱንና አመጣጡም ምን እንደሚመስል በሚደንቅ መልክ አስቀምጦልናል። ነብዩ ሕዝቅኤል የሳለልን የእግዚአብሔር መንኮራኩር ቅርጽ ዋንኛ የሆኑትን የኢትዮጵያ ተዋሕዶ ዓብያተክርስቲያናትን ሕንፃዎች ይመስላሉ። እግዚአብሔር በዚያ ዘመን አንድኛ ልጁን በምድራችን ላይ ለመውለድ ተገቢ ነው የሚለውን ዝግጅት ለማድረግ ስለፈቀደ ይሆን ለነብዩ ሕዝቅኤል የታየው?

በሠላሳኛው ዓመት በአራተኛው ወር ከወሩም በአምስተኛው ቀን በኮቦር ወንዝ በምርኮኞች መካከል ሳለሁ ሰማያት ተከፈቱ፥ የእግዚአብሔርንም ራእይ አየሁ። [ሕዝቅኤል 11]

በራሳቸውም ላይ ካለው ጠፈር በላይ ድምፅ ተሰማ፤ ሲቆሙም ክንፎቻቸውን ዝቅ ያደርጉ ነበር። በራሳቸውም በላይ ካለው ጠፈር በላይ የሰንፔር ድንጋይ የሚመስል የዙፋን አምሳያ ነበረ፤ በዙፋኑም አምሳያ ላይ እንደ ሰው መልክ አምሳያ ነበረ። ከወገቡም አምሳያ ወደ ላይ የሚብለጨለጭ የወርቅ ምስያ አየሁ፤ ከወገቡም አምሳያ ወደ ታች እንደ እሳት ምስያ አየሁ፤ በዙሪያውም ፀዳል ነበረ። በዝናብ ቀን በደመና ውስጥ እንደ ቀስተ ደመና አምሳያ፥ እንዲሁ በዙሪያው ያለ ፀዳል አምሳያ ነበረ። የእግዚአብሔር ክብር ምሳሌ መልክ ይህ ነበረ። ባየሁም ጊዜ በግምባሬ ተደፋሁ፥ የሚናገርንም ድምፅ ሰማሁ[ሕዝቅኤል 125-28]

ወደዚህ ይቀጥሉ


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Congratulations to Tirunesh & Belaynesh

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on August 11, 2013


Tirunesh Dibaba is amazing, a true legend!!! No other woman in the history of athleticism has dominated long distance running for such a long time like our ‘Betam’ Tiru. Respect!


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Is The Term “Sub-Saharan Africa” Racist?

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on August 10, 2013

My note: A tragic news is reported today about the death of Six East African migrants off the Italian island of Sicily. The six emigrants who died are East Africans, and the 120 rescued migrants were Egyptians and Syrians. The official report states “the Six drowned were apparently unable to swim” Ethnic cleansing on the boat? Were the Six, so-called, ‘sub-Saharan Africans’ thrown overboard? Back in 2011, 47 Ethiopians, seven Nigerians, seven 22EmbassiesClosedEritreans, six Ghanians and five Sudanese migrants were left to die on a boat by NATO and European authorities who spotted their vessel drifting in the Mediterranean but made no effort to rescue them. They prefer rescuing tuxedos wearing penguins to fellow humans. They let those who terrorize them from the Middle East into their countries, and they are forced to close their embassies out of fear – but they give bad names, like ‘sub-Saharan Africa’, to those who don’t try to hurt them. Isn’t this map a perfect example of madness?

The following brilliant post is reblogged from

Sub-Saharan Africa (1955), or sSA for short, means Africa south of the Sahara. In practice it means all of Africa except for the countries in the very north – Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco and Western Sahara. It is a way to say “Black Africa” and talk about black Africans without sounding racist.

The term is beloved by the United Nations, the IMF, the World Bank, The Economist, CNN, American think tanks, anthropologists and others. It goes back to the 1950s but did not drive out “Black Africa” and “tropical Africa” and come into its own till the 1980s.

From what I have read sub-Saharan Africa is:

  • A place of Aids – above all else.
  • A place of dying mothers, economic outlooks and weak governments.
  • A place of poverty – with most of the world’s reserves of gold, platinum, chromium and cobalt.
  • A place of hunger – that grows flowers for India, wheat for South Korea, bad-tasting tea for Lipton and biofuels for machines in China.
  • A place in constant need of foreign aid, American strategies, population control, sad comparisons with other parts of the world and endless statistics.
  • A place where outsiders think they know best.

The term “sub-Saharan Africa” is Eurocentric and racist:

“Sub” means below the Sahara. But “below” from whose point of view? Like “Middle East” and “Far East” the word is Eurocentric.

“Sub” brings to mind “lesser than” – subhuman, subpar, substandard, etc. Maybe it is just my imagination, but given how heavily the word is used with the Broken Africa stereotype, probably not. Words catch on for a reason.

Mauritania: If it was truly about the Sahara and not race, Mauritania would never be counted as sub-Saharan: Its capital, like most of the country, is hardly south of the Sahara. A geographic Freudian slip.

It divides Africa according to white ideas of race – making North Africans white enough to count their achievements among the glories of white history but not white enough to, you know, respect the sovereignty of their nations.

It sees all black Africans as being somehow alike, even though:

  • They speak a thousand different languages belonging to six different language families.
  • They follow different religions – Islam, Christianity and countless smaller ones.
  • They have more genetic diversity than an African offshoot known as “the rest of the world”.

The soft bigotry of the Saharan Barrier Thesis – the idea that, until white people came to save the day in the 1400s, the Sahara had cut off black people from the rest of the world, thus accounting for their sad-but-true “inferiority”. People believe this even though before the 1400s:

  • Islam was found on both sides of the Sahara.
  • Christianity was found on both sides.
  • Female genital mutilation was found on both sides.
  • Arabic and Afroasiatic languages were found on both sides.
  • Type O blood was found equally on both sides.
  • Trade and the Nile flowed right through the Sahara.


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