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kurds are from Hittite royalty

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Submitted by husayn (Canada), Mar 25, 2015 at 15:12

The Kurds are verily from the Iranic Medes who are from Madai bin Japheth who married a daughter of Shem , the medes had alliance with the Chaldeans , the Medes mixed with Indo aryan Lydians who are Neo Hittites , the Kurds are found in same areas as the Hittites syria , iraq , turkey Hittites mixed with Assyrians who were successors of the Thamud who are from Prophet Hud or just royals . The kurds (medes) mixed with the Arameans who are the Chaldeans , the Akkadians are from Hud imliq are from Prophet Saleh pbh and Arameans absorbed the Imliq (amorite) , the Chaldeans are the Edomites

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