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Submitted by husayn (Canada), Jul 17, 2016 at 11:58

Correction the J1 of the Kurds , is 22.1 % that is the Iraqi kurds . Original kurds are not European in features . The medes were an indo aryan people (iranic) , there features was not brown and blonde hair as we see today among some of them. Problem is people turn some into all. The Medes mixed with indo aryan Lydians who are the neo hittites who are the minoans and the etruscans who were in Mediterranean with the original Mediterranean people , the Dravidians , who are lank haired Canaanite type they were in Crete and umbria , with the Lydians . Dravidians are original Mediterranean and Sumerian people.

The medes and Lydians both mixed with the Chaldeans who are the Arameans who are the Nabateans who are the Edomites who are the akkadians and amorites (imliq) who mixed with arami tribes ad and thamud and with element of arphaxad . Chaldeans origin is Aws and Athir , they are descendants of Prophet Hud and Saaleh Pbt. Kurds , indians (india whether dark ot fair, greeks , italians , berbers , persians (persians conquered media and lydia)

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