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Submitted by husayn (Canada), Jan 23, 2014 at 19:49

Many people have given too much credit to others while overlooking . The Kurds and Indians(India) are from Hittite royalty . The Amorites are the Imliq who were the ruling class among the Assyrians they are the successors of the Thamud who are descendant's of Prophet Hud PBH. The Imliq mixed with the Hamitic Canaanites the Dravidians(original Phoenecians and Sumerians) and the Imliq also mixed with a Canaanite people like pure aboriginal people of North America. This mixed with the Thamud and Assyrians were in North Africa up to Thebes mixed with ( Afro asiatics). Thamud came after the Adites when the Adites perished Prophet Hud family and those who believed migrated and settled in Northern Arabia Al hijr the Thamud lived from al Hijr to greater part of Syria, they came before time of Prophet AbrahamPBH when the actual tribe Thamud perished the remaining sons of Aram bin Shem were known as Arman they are the Nabateans ! who remained Prophet SaaliH family Aram had Uz(Aws) who had Ad and Ubayl and Aram had Gether(Athir) who had Thamud and Jadis. Imliq are among the sons of Aram as they mixed with Thamud who are descendants of Hud PBH who came from line of Aws (Uz) the Imliq were very handsome people

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