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Confusing

But wait, your post is confusing me. The link in your post exactly addresses this point. It seems to agree with my post & contradict your statement "not marry up with the archaeological and historical evidence".

It is talking about this same researcher Eran Elhaik, whom the Zionists hate. Excerpt from link you posted:

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Most prominent among those scientists Elhaik believes to be dishonest is Harry Ostrer is a professor of pathology and genetics at Yeshiva University’s Albert Einstein College of Medicine and the author of “Legacy: A Genetic History of the Jewish People,” which was published last year.

But Ostrer and other geneticists refused to talk on the record about Elhaik or his study, and none of them responded in peer reviewed academic journals where letters and brief comments are published without having to go through the time-consuming peer review process.

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What exactly do you mean by "crossed the Caucus mountains with Israelite tribes that migrated eastwards into Europe"? Are you referring to the propaganda explanation of migration of "Ashkenaz Germanic Jews" to Eastern Europe OR Khazarian migration?

If it's the latter:

Poland, Hungary, Germany, Czech Republic are all to the WEST of Caucus mountains. [Azerbaijan, Georgia, Armenia, Dagestan, Chechnya etc.] That's the general region in Caucus mountains where old Khazar republic is supposed to have existed. Any crossing of Caucus mountains and migration into Europe is presumed to be Westwards, not Eastwards.

As said before, please clarify exactly what you mean. Thanks for posting that link BTW, it corroborates my earlier 2 posts.

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