Origin Etymology Word Meaning Term Arab Bedouin People History Tribes Hamitic Beja Kush Ethiopia Ityopis Sons Semitic Heber Joktan Abraham Ishmael Progeny Middle East Arabia Horn North Africa Biblical Roots Chronology Genesis Veracity Foundation

Arabic is a semitic language, the term Arab first noted in semite records of the Assyrians and the Jews (the Aravi in the Bible) from circa 800 b.c., that term apparently meaning wandering shepherds.  They certainly were the nomadic people first of Heber’s son Joktan (see the Table of Nations in Genesis), who settled in southern Arabia (Yemen), and then Abraham’s progeny through Hagar, the tribes of their son Ishmael who settled in northern and western Arabia circa 2000 b.c.

The term Bedouin also is also associated with the nomadic shepherds of the Middle East and the Horn of Africa, that term derived from the hamitic Beja tribe of Ethiopia, their patriarch Kush (a son of Ham), whose son Ityopis (according to the Book of Aksum) was the namesake of Ethiopia.  So you can see the biblical fingerprints all over the Middle East and really the whole world, the Table of Nations certainly valid, look further here http://genesisveracityfoundation.com, to see that all of the Bible is true,

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