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Or do you wish us Rus'ians to suffer the same fate?
'" - The Russian Chronicle, describing a visit of Khazar missionaries to Kiev in the year 986 "The king and his vizier travelled to the deserted mountains on the seashore, and arrived one night at the cave in which some Jews used to celebrate the Sabbath.
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Although subsequent genetic evidence found no trace of Khazarian-related ancestry in any modern Jewish population, I'm keeping this essay online for the time being so you can analyze different writers' arguments for and against this proposition. The argument I committed to paper in 1997 or 1998 for publication in 1999 that Eastern European Jewish ancestry "is more complex than previously envisioned" has stood the test of time better than those other writers' arguments since we now have genetic evidence of Armenian, Greek, Italian, French, Berber, Slavic, and Chinese introgressions into the Eastern European Jewish gene pool whose core element is Israelite.
' They answered: 'In Jerusalem.' And again he asked: 'It is really there?The names of the Kievan Jews are of Turkic, Slavic, and Hebrew origins, such as Hanukkah, Yehudah, Gostata, and Kiabar.There is an argument that these Jews were Israelites who adopted local names, but others argue that they were Jews of Khazar origin to whom Turkic names were native.The Bulgars, however, who are of the same seven tribes [as the Khazars], are now becoming baptized [into Christianity]." - Christian of Stavelot, in Expositio in Matthaeum Evangelistam, composed circa 864 "Thus, it is clear that the false doctrine of Jesus in Rome, that of Moses among the Khazars, [and] that of Mani in [Uyghur-ruled] Turkistan removed the strength and bravery that they formerly possessed..." - Denkart, a Persian work "All of the Khazars are Jews.But they have been Judaized recently." - Ibn al-Faqih, a 10th century author "One of the Jews undertook the conversion of the Khazars, who are composed of many peoples, and they were converted by him and joined his religion.