Interesting reading, I'm a Pathan
But sorry, I am purely South East Asian with a hint of Central,
Arab and Persian.
By the way, the reason Muslims in South East Asia, Central
Asia, Persia, India and Northern Africa have light coloured
eyes and hair is due to Alexander the Great exploits in
He dreamt of bringing Asians to Europe and Europeans to
Asia and mixing the races...
But on the other hand we are related to the Semites because
it was the Arabs who came to Afghanistan and India, and
intermarried. We are of their descent- because the Arabs
are purely Semitic and so we love the Semites.
The reason there's so much similarity between the cultural
practices of Jews and Pathan, is because we follow Islam,
and Islamic practices are also similar. What about our names-
The names we have are all Arabic- Muslim with some Persian.
Hebrew is the sister language of Arabic -both of Semitic
Can you perhaps explain the origin of the name Mohammed-
definitely not of Hebrew/Jewish origin. But on the other
hand we are also of purely one and have the same blood and
were Adamanian- sons and daughters of Adam and Eve.
We cannot explain the Hebrew origin of the name Mohammed,
but we can explain the Hebrew origin of the name Makka.
Makka is a Hebrew word which means stroke. It was the name
given to that area after it was struck by meteorite 3000
years ago. That area was inhabited by people speaking Hebrew
at the time of the Hebrew Empire of King David and King
Solomon. That meteorite which is now covered by the Kaaba
was the last remaining idol of Quraish. Mohammed destroyed
all the other idols of Quraish but agreed to spare this
The word Arab is a Hebrew word and refers to that section
of the Semetic race that stuck to their land, where as Abar,
also a Hebrew word refers to another section to the Semetic
race, who kept moving from place to place in search for
better conditions. They were the ancestors of the Jewish
people. King Amanullah Khan on his visit to Baghdad in 1925
admitted personally, that he was descended of the Jewish
Tribe of Benjamin.