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The 150 Books of Dr. Ndagi Abdullahi

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It is a general belief within and outside the Muslim world that all the prophets mentioned in the Qur’an and the Bible are Jews, with the exception of Prophet Muhammad who is believed to be an Arab. In this connection it is also a general belief that the Middle East is the Holy Land repeatedly mentioned in both the Qur’an and the Bible.

In this book, however, I paid heed to the topic in great details that all the prophets mentioned in the Qur’an and the Bible are not Jews and they are not Arabs in the modern context of who the Jews and the Arabs are.

I gave a thought to the topic in this book that the modern Jews and the Arabs who live in today’s Middle East are not the Jews and the Arabs that the both the Qur’an and the Bible were referring to. The true Jews and the true Arabs that the Qur’an and the Bible were talking about are actually the Black African Negro people of West Africa.

I wasn’t just making a argument in this voluminous book. I actually dedicated a large part of this book to the studious and scholarly process of proving the fact that the Semitic races referred to in the scriptures are the Black African Negro people of West Africa.

I also similarly dedicated a great section of this book to proving the fact that the Sephardic and Ashkenazim Jews who are gathered in the modern State of Israel are as a matter of fact not Jews. Furthermore the scriptures were not referring to any non-Negro Jewish people. Even the Arabs in today’s Arabia are not the Arabs that both the Qur’an and the Bible were referring to.

I furnished incontrovertible research evidences proving that in ancient times the Jews and the Arabs were known to be Black African Negroes who live in the heart of Negro Africa south of the Sahara.

The real and true Jews and Arabs are not the people who live in the Middle East today. The true and real Jews are the Black African Negro peoples who live in West Africa.

I arrayed evidences and proves from so many different disciplines in prove of my points. For instance I demonstrated the fact that the culture and traditional religion of the peoples of West Africa to this very day fits more into the description of the religion and culture of the people mentioned in the Bible than the religion and the culture of those Middle East peoples who are today argumenting to be Jews and Arabs.

The traditional religion and the sociology of the Black African Negro peoples of West Africa has more similarity to the Mosaic Laws and the Deuteronomic rituals than does the modern religion of Judaism and the sociology of the modern Jews in the Middle East.

I replete this book with continuous array of evidences and proofs to the effect that the Black African Negro peoples of West Africa are the real Jews and Arabs and that they were the peoples referred to in the Bible and the Qur’an.

Next, I moved into the other major section of this book which is concerned with proving that all the Prophets and Patriarchs mentioned in both the Bible and the Qur’an were Back African Negro personalities who were born, lived, flourished and died in West Africa.

I also animadverted to the fact that archaeological excavations and other scientific expeditions and researches have been cumulatively proving, in recent decades, that the Middle East not the setting of the Biblical and Qur’anic stories. None of the Prophets and Patriarchs mentioned in both the Qur’an and the Bible was ever born, lived or died in the Middle East.

All this, of course, with the exception of the Prophet Muhammad who was born, lived and died in the Middle.

The difference is due to the fact that while Prophet Muhammad was born in historical times, all the other Prophets mentioned in both the Bible and Qur’an were born, lived and died in prehistoric and very ancient times.

I made manifest that, as a matter of fact, the stories related in both the Bible and the Qur’an are very, very ancient stories that took place not thousands of years ago but millions of years ago.

Moreover, as I evinced, these stories took place not in the Middle East some couple of thousands years ago but in the heart of Africa millions of years ago.

It is in that context that I divulged that the stories contained in both the Qur’an and the Bible were very ancient stories that were adopted by the peoples of the Middle east in latter times.

For instance the story of Jesus is a story that has been around for millions of years. Incontrovertible versions of the same Jesus story as told in the Bible has been demonstrated in the mythology of the Egyptians, the Babylonians, the Persians, the Indians, the Chinese, and even the Greeks and the Romans. All these ancient civilizations predated the rise of the Semitic tribes of the Middle East and the codification of the Bible into a written book on the eve of the Christian Era. The implication here is that the Bible Chroniclers adapted their Biblical stories from the mythologies of ancient civilizations.

In the process of retailing these age-old stories that took place millions of years ago, every chronicler repaints the stories in the guise of his own local geography and culture. If a storyteller lives in the Middle East and he is retelling the story of what happened in Africa millions of years ago, the story teller will retell the story as if the story actually took place in the Middle East and as if the personae in the story were Middle Eastern heroes. This the storyteller will do so that his local audience will easily grasp the gist of the story he is retelling.

That was what actually happened. The Semitic scriptures are retelling the stories of what happened in Africa millions of years ago; incidentally enough the first set of audience to receive these retold stories are Middle eastern people who consequently gave a Middle Eastern garb to the stories they read from the scriptures.

For instance the Qur’an did not mentioned, even once, that any of the prophets was ever born, lived or died in the Middle East. But the Arab exegetes who were the first to write voluminous commentaries on the Qur’an totally adapted the stories narrated in the Qur’an to Middle Eastern geography and culture.

The truth remains, however, that the Qur’an was relating the stories of what happened millions of years ago not in the Middle East but in the very heart of Africa.

In another section of this interesting book I also contemplated the fact that the Prophets mentioned in the Qur’an and the Bible were not just some ordinary tribal leaders sauntering around the desert dunes and oases of the Middle East. Each and every one of the Prophet mentioned in both the Bible and the Qur’an were world emperors who founded and established worldwide religious and political orders that lasted and dominated the entire world for hundreds of thousands of years.

I demonstrate the fact that the peoples of the Middle East have Semitized the scriptures and over drabbed them in Jewish and Arabic guises. The stories in the Qur’an and the Bible have been overly Semitized by the Jewish and Arabic commentators of the scriptures.

The Jews have reinterpreted the story in the Bible and have given it a Middle Eastern Jewish form even though the Bible was not telling the story of the Jews of the Middle East. Malcolm X once commented that the Bible has been thoroughly bleached White by the White Jews and the Judeo-Christians.

Similarly the Arab commentators on the Qur’an have overly Arabicized the story of the Qur’an and gave it a Middle Eastern Arabic form. That the Arabs have painted the stories narrated by the Qur’an in Arabic forms is best illustrated by the historical rebellion against the Arabicization of the Islam by the Umayyad dynasts and which ultimately led to the fall and collapse of the Umayyad Caliphate.

But the stories of the Qur’an and the Bible have nothing to do with the Arabs and Jews who lived in the Middle East. The stories of the Qur’an and the Bible are the very ancient stories of what happened in the heart of Black Negro Africa millions of years ago.

Each and every one of the Prophets mentioned in both the Bible and the Qur’an were Black African Negroes who were born, lived, flourished and died in the heart of Africa.

The story of the Qur’an is not the story of Middle Eastern Arabs; and the story of the Bible is not the story of Middle Eastern Jews. The stories of the Qur’an and the Bible are the stories of things that happened millions of years ago in the heart of Africa and have nothing to do with the Jews and the Arabs that live in the Middle East.

Each and every one of the prophets mentioned in the Qur’an and the Bible are not Middle eastern Jews or Middle eastern Arabs. None of the Prophets mentioned in the Qur’an and the Bible have ever set foot on Middle Eastern soil. All the prophets mentioned in both the Qur’an and the Bible were Black African Negroes who were born, lived and died in the heart of Black Negro Africa.

In this book I also looked at the fact hat in the process of Semitisizing the Prophets mentioned in the Qur’an and the Bible by Arabic and Jewish commentators respectively, these Prophets were unwittingly transformed into ordinary tribal leaders or clan sheikhs. That of course is an historical blunder.

The truth is that each and every one of the Prophets mentioned in the Qur’an and the Bible were major world leaders each of whom ruled the entire world in very ancient times millions of years ago. They were not just ordinary tribal leaders or desert sheikhs as the Jewish and Arab commentators of the Bible and the Qur’an have wrongly portrayed the Prophets to be.

As a matter of fact each of the so-called ‘tribes’ and ‘families’ mentioned in the Bible and the Qur’an were, as a matter of fact, worldwide super civilizations that dominate and ruled the entire world for thousands of years on end millions of years ago.

To this effect I took some time to discuss in some details each and every one of the prophets and Patriarchs mentioned in both the Qur’an and the Bible. I did this in order to expatiate on the true Black African Negro identity f each and every one of the Prophets.

In the process of defining the true identities of the prophets I also disabuse the mind of the general public from the Middle Eastern Jewish and Arabic identities that have been wrongly invested on the Prophets.

Millions of years ago successive Black African Negro Prophets have emerged in the heart of Black Negro Africa and they have founded, established and propagated the revealed message of Allah over the entire world. These world emperor Prophets have faced a lot of difficulties and frustrations in the life times and it is these stories that were recorded and narrated by the Bible and the Qur’an mostly in metaphorical lines.

The use of metaphorical lines to relate or narrate stories is an ancient practice that was the norm in the preliterate ages during which these stories were originally codified into revealed scriptures.

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