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In 70 A.D. the Roman Emperor Titus overthrew the original Black Hebrews of so-called Palestine. Some of the Black Hebrews were taken as captives to the colonies of the Roman Empire, and the rest were expelled and fled into Africa, where they established colonies. It was at that time when the Black Africans (Hamites) and Arabs (Ishmaelites) took many of the original Black Hebrews as slaves. This is how the Black Israelites got to Africa, and this why they are falsely called African Americans.
Later on in the 1600's , the remaining Black Hebrew Israelites that were living in Spain, Portugal, and other parts of Europe were forced to flee for their lives due to the persecutions and murder resulting from the barbaric inquistions of the Roman Catholic Church! Remember King Carlos decree to expel any person not worshipping Roman Catholic theology in Spain, around the time of Columbus arrival in the Caribbean in 1492. The original Black Hebrews fled to Africa and Asia to establish colonies there. Many of those Black Hebrews were captured by the Arabs (Ishmaelites) and the Black Africans (Hamites), and later sold to the Americas as slaves!
In the historical book "From Babylon to Timbuktu", by Rudolph R. Windsor (so-called African American author), he notes that:
"In the year 65 B.C. the Roman armies under General Pompey capturedJerusalem. In 70 A.D. General Vespaism and his son Titus put an end the the Black Hebrew state with great slaughter. During the period from Pompey to Julius, it has been estimated that over 1, 000,000 Black Hebrews fleed into Africa fleeing from Roman persecution and slavery. The slave markets were full of Black Hebrew slaves."
Many leading Hebrew historians and scholars agree that the West Coast of Africa was a major area for Black Hebrew life and culture at one time. You will note that their is a remanant.