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derivation of common Jewish surnames -- also helps explain/break down lots of other kinds of names. Just a fun read.

Correction, Jan. 29, 2014: Some of the sources used in the reporting of this piece were unreliable and resulted in a number of untruths and...

How to Trace Your Ashkenazi Jewish Genealogy - Family Tree

Take a step back in time to discover your ancestor's shtetl in Eastern Europe. Learn how with this in-depth guide to Ashkenazi Jewish genealogy.

The Thirteenth Tribe: The story of the Khazar Empire, as it slowly emerges from the past, begins to look like the most cruel hoax which history has ever perpetrated."

Jewish author, Arthur Koestler has published a 255 page book titled THE THIRTEENTH TRIBE which proves the Eastern European Jews are NOT related to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob

Genetic Heritage | Jewish Genetic Disease Consortium

Ethnicity and Genetic Diseases The Jewish community is at increased risk for many genetic diseases that occur more frequently in this population. Genetic diseases commonly occur in isolated communities. This is not specific to the Jewish population, as many ethnic groups have unique genetic concerns. Jews of all backgrounds should consider carrier screening because they ... Read more


The main differences between Orthodox and Reform Judaism lie in the interpretation of texts, the status of women, and the...

The Ashkenazi Jews who ended up in Modern Europe, Eastern Europe and Central Europe are called the Ashkenazi. They created communities from England to Russia, including Poland, Germany, France, Austria and Hungary, moving from place to place as persecution and politics required. Jews lived primarily in Northern Europe. At their peak in 1931, Ashkenazi Jews...  Read more »

Jews in Modern, Eastern, and Central Europe are Ashkenazi. Those fleeing the Spanish Inquisition for the likes of Italy, Turkey, and Iran are Sephardim.

Los indios se comieron a los indios Los griegos invadieron a los egipcios Hispania invadid...

Los indios se comieron a los indios Los griegos invadieron a los egipcios Hispania invadida por los moros, Europa pisada por romanos Los ingleses exterminaron en América a los indios. Los indios combatieron a los blancos Los españoles invadieron a los indios Ambos esclavizaron a los negros Los romanos invadieron a los griegos Los orientales