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Harrison Hill
2018-05-15 20:22:21 UTC
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Harrison Hill
2018-05-16 07:33:25 UTC
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Post by Harrison Hill
http://youtu.be/r5JHGi0awgc
"Abraham was a Hebrew but he was not technically an Israelite nor was
he a Jew, but Jacob was both a Hebrew and the first Israelite but not
a Jew, while King David (as a member of the Tribe of Judah) was all
three, a Hebrew, an Israelite, and a Judahite (Yehudi, Jew). A
Samaritan, on the contrary, while being both a Hebrew and an Israelite,
is not a Jew".

<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Israelites>

How do the Rastas manage to associate themselves as Israelites?
Ross
2018-05-16 09:51:11 UTC
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Post by Harrison Hill
http://youtu.be/r5JHGi0awgc
"Abraham was a Hebrew but he was not technically an Israelite nor was
he a Jew, but Jacob was both a Hebrew and the first Israelite but not
a Jew, while King David (as a member of the Tribe of Judah) was all
three, a Hebrew, an Israelite, and a Judahite (Yehudi, Jew). A
Samaritan, on the contrary, while being both a Hebrew and an Israelite,
is not a Jew".
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Israelites>
How do the Rastas manage to associate themselves as Israelites?
Wire the White House to see if there's an official opinion.
Athel Cornish-Bowden
2018-05-16 10:47:59 UTC
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Post by Harrison Hill
http://youtu.be/r5JHGi0awgc
"Abraham was a Hebrew but he was not technically an Israelite nor was
he a Jew, but Jacob was both a Hebrew and the first Israelite but not
a Jew, while King David (as a member of the Tribe of Judah) was all
three, a Hebrew, an Israelite, and a Judahite (Yehudi, Jew). A
Samaritan, on the contrary, while being both a Hebrew and an Israelite,
is not a Jew".
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Israelites>
How do the Rastas manage to associate themselves as Israelites?
Wire the White House to see if there's an official opinion.
Or just go and ask a Rasta, but I don't we have any here.

My recollection (not checked today) is that the Rastafarians regard
themselves as descendants of King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba. No
crazier, I suppose, than what the Mormons and the British Israelites
believe.
--
athel
Peter T. Daniels
2018-05-16 12:33:57 UTC
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Post by Harrison Hill
http://youtu.be/r5JHGi0awgc
"Abraham was a Hebrew but he was not technically an Israelite nor was
he a Jew, but Jacob was both a Hebrew and the first Israelite but not
a Jew, while King David (as a member of the Tribe of Judah) was all
three, a Hebrew, an Israelite, and a Judahite (Yehudi, Jew). A
Samaritan, on the contrary, while being both a Hebrew and an Israelite,
is not a Jew".
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Israelites>
What a bizarre agglomeration of confusions is found in that single
paragraph! Beginning with the initial assumptions that "Abraham" and
"King David" were individual, historical persons. And the incorrect
quasi-definition of "Jew." And the suggestion that someone could be
simultaneously an "Israelite" -- a member of the Northern Kingdom --
and a "Judahite" -- a member of the Southern Kingdom -- during the
alleged or mythical "United Monarchy," before there was any such
thing as "Israelites" and "Judahites" (the latter except in the sense
of the Tribe of Judah). And the notion that "Hebrew" is an ethnonym.
Post by Harrison Hill
How do the Rastas manage to associate themselves as Israelites?
What brought that on?

You might look into the story of "King Solomon" and the "Queen of Sheba."
Richard Tobin
2018-05-16 13:12:24 UTC
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Post by Harrison Hill
"Abraham was a Hebrew but he was not technically an Israelite nor was
he a Jew, but Jacob was both a Hebrew and the first Israelite but not
a Jew, while King David (as a member of the Tribe of Judah) was all
three, a Hebrew, an Israelite, and a Judahite (Yehudi, Jew). A
Samaritan, on the contrary, while being both a Hebrew and an Israelite,
is not a Jew".
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Israelites>
What a bizarre agglomeration of confusions is found in that single
paragraph! Beginning with the initial assumptions that "Abraham" and
"King David" were individual, historical persons. And the incorrect
quasi-definition of "Jew." And the suggestion that someone could be
simultaneously an "Israelite" -- a member of the Northern Kingdom --
and a "Judahite" -- a member of the Southern Kingdom -- during the
alleged or mythical "United Monarchy," before there was any such
thing as "Israelites" and "Judahites" (the latter except in the sense
of the Tribe of Judah). And the notion that "Hebrew" is an ethnonym.
The Bible (or at least the NRSV translation) uses "Israelites" to
refer to all the descendants of Jacob until the division of the
kingdom. In 1 Kings 11:2 "Israelites" clearly means all of them; in
1 Kings 12:17 it clearly excludes the tribe of Judah.

-- Richard
soup
2018-05-16 10:13:33 UTC
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Post by Harrison Hill
http://youtu.be/r5JHGi0awgc
?????????????????

Must be the song with the most Mondegreens "IN THE WORLD"


RH Draney
2018-05-16 12:00:01 UTC
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Post by Harrison Hill
http://youtu.be/r5JHGi0awgc
?????????????????
Must be the song with the most Mondegreens "IN THE WORLD"
http://youtu.be/DMuO-8S_0Wg
But if you're into that sort of thing:




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Harrison Hill
2018-05-16 18:27:00 UTC
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Post by Harrison Hill
http://youtu.be/r5JHGi0awgc
?????????????????
Must be the song with the most Mondegreens "IN THE WORLD"
http://youtu.be/DMuO-8S_0Wg
This is the song with the most Mondegreens "IN THE WORLD",
and they are all authentic. Woodstock:



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