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Habesha are a South Arabian tribe

haplogroup j1 and A in habeshas are inseperable, as you will also find them together in smallest percentage. The j1 may have come from yemen but that was thousands of years ago. Both of these haplogroups in habeshas are omotic in origin, and not from a recent migration from from south arabia.
 

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haplogroup j1 and A in habeshas are inseperable, as you will also find them together in smallest percentage. The j1 may have come from yemen but that was thousands of years ago. Both of these haplogroups in habeshas are omotic in origin, and not from a recent migration from from south arabia.
 

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So a friend of mine sent me this video.
This language sounds like Amhara!
Maybe, it proves that Amhara people are indeed mixed with south arabs and native horn of Africans.
 

Apollo

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So a friend of mine sent me this video.
This language sounds like Amhara!
Maybe, it proves that Amhara people are indeed mixed with south arabs and native horn of Africans.
Yemen used to have dialects similar to the Habesha languages and Soqotri before they switched to Standard Arabic from Saudi Arabia. The common Arabic language came from Northern Saudi Arabia.
 

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Yemen used to have dialects similar to the Habesha languages and Soqotri before they switched to Standard Arabic from Saudi Arabia. The common Arabic language came from Northern Saudi Arabia.
Yes i've read that too the common standard Arabic is Northern Arabic in origin.
 

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Yes i've read that too the common standard Arabic is Northern Arabic in origin.
People hate on the North Sudanese for cooning into Arabic, but almost all of the Arab world switched language except for Saudis and some Bedouin Jordanians.
 

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