American professor of Hebrew at the University of Pennsylvania, Steven Weitzman in his 2017 book, ‘The Origin of the Jews: The Quest for Roots in a Rootless Age’ rejects the centuries-old historic fact that a great majority of world Jewry especially Ashkenazi has nothing to do with the twelve sons of prophet Israel (Jacob).
Weitzman in the book slams his fellow Jew academic, Dr. Shlomo Sand, author of three books ;‘The Invention of Jewish People’, ‘The Invention of the Land of Israel’, and ‘How I ceased to be a Jew’, calling him a conspiracy theorist and self-hating Jew for peddling anti-Jew conspiracies.
“The Israeli revisionist historian Shlomo Sand maintains that Jewish nationhood was a fiction contrived in the 19th century by ‘agents of memory’ who minimized the heterogeneity of Jewish ancestry. Sand recycles ideas that have anti-Jewish pedigree like the theory – endorsed by Stalin and dusted off by Mr. Sand – that European Jews descend from the Khazars, a Turkic clan said to have converted to Judaism in the eighth century,” says Weitzman.
Weitzman like Benjamin Netanyahu feels no shame in lying. Josef Stalin loved Jews. He married three Jew women, and never demolished single synagogue while ordering the destruction of thousands churches and mosques. He even established a Jewish state within Soviet Union which still exists in Russia.
Arthur Koestler, a Ashkenazi Jew, who was proud of his Khazar ancestry, in his 1976 book, The Thirteenth Tribe also claimed that some Khazarian Turk tribes migrated to Poland and converted to Judaism in 740 CE.
In 2012, a study conducted by Israeli-born geneticist Eran Elhaik (Johns Hopkins University) claimed that European Jews (Ashkenazis) are not Semitic (Hebrew) people but are descendants of Khazarian Turkic tribes
On March 18, 2014, Jerusalem-based The Times of Israel, reported that Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu received a ‘scholarly study’ which claimed that the Western Jews occupying Palestine are not from the so-called 12-tribes of Israelites, but children of Mongolian Khazar tribes who adopted Jewish religion and established an empire in Ukrainian part of Russia. The study was done by a team of scholars from leading research institutions and museums.
On March 3, 2016, the Oxford Journal published a research article, entitled, Localizing Ashkenazic Jews to Premeval villages in the ancient lands of Ashkenaz – claiming that European Jews occupying Palestine originated from Persia (Iran).
The Zionist regime and its western-controlled mainstream media have avoided mentioning the existence of such study because it negates the very founding myth of the “G-d’s promise of Holy Land to Jewish people” – or that the West Bank is in fact the Judea and Samara of the biblical Jewish empire.
In October 2010, a two-week Synod of Bishops conference on Middle East at the Vatican claimed that Biblical God never promised Holy Land to the Jews.