A Re-Emerging Scam: A Review of The Jews of Nigeria Part 1

From Emergent Africa Wed Nov 28 2012, 18:18:00

In Odinani a rebuttal of a story highlighted earlier:

This year, a documentary came out, entitled: "Re-Emerging: The Jews of Nigeria", which claims that Igbo people are one of the "Lost Tribes of Israel." Its a very interesting and entertaining documentary. However, its one that is very much misnamed. What the documentary should be called is "Re-Emerging: The Failed Oriental Hypothesis." What the filmmaker, Jeff L. Lieberman forgot to inform the audience of was that the propaganda he is trying to push has been debunked for nearly 100 years. Before we even get to review the film, let's first go through history so we can figure out how this documentary came to be...[continue reading]

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