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Published on Sep 7, 2009
The nation of Yisra'el has always had close ties with the continent of Africa. The land promised to us stretches from the Nile to the Euphrates. Our ancestors were enslaved within the boarders of our land while dwelling among the Egyptians. They had been in the land 430 years by the time of the great Exodus. However, during times of trouble our ancestors would go into Africa to seek refuge from famine and war. Yahusha, our Messiah, was taken into Egypt as a child to hide him from Herod who sought to kill him. There were many well established Hebrew colonies along the Mediterranean coast of African well before the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 A.D.. It seems logical that our ancestors would take the pathway of least resistance and regroup in Africa, a land they were already familiar with. This has been their mode of operation in times of trouble. Later as foretold to Abram we would be afflicted in a land that was not our own for 400 years.