The thirteenth tribe: the Khazar empire and its heritage
An account of the Medieval Khazar Empire of Eastern Europe and of the circumstances leading to the Khazar's tenth-century mass conversion to Judaism presents the Khazars as the forefathers of Western Jewry
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The author appears to promote a plausible theory with a lot of convincing background information, facts and references. It is based on good research. The facts did not change since 1976. One reviewer, J Bel-Goodreads, states in a lengthy and academic sounding review, that new linguistic and genetic findings contradict the theory. Interestingly, the reviewer does not give references to support his statement. Such subjective criticisms with clearly pro-Israel undertones, do not detract from the value of the book. I highly recommend it.
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At the time it was written, the thesis of The Thirteenth Tribe was justified by the facts then available. The broad conclusions offered were never justified by the very small amount of real data ...
The Khazar Empire
Rise and Fall of the Khazars
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