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Summary: In his new book "Africa and the Jewish Nation" Dr. Ehi Agboaye examines two biblical curses on the black race. First, Noah's curse on Ham. Second, God's curse on the black race for enslaving the Jews in Egypt. Are these curses still legitimately binding on the black race? If not, why are Africans and their distant cousins globally at the bottom of the socio-economic and political barrel? Is the black race exacerbating their condition by not supporting the Jewish right to their ancestral homeland in Israel? Prescriptions for reversing these curses on the black race are the major themes of "Africa and the Jewish Question." Who, for instance, should African governments support in the current Mideast Crisis? Backing an Arab cause is dangerous to the black race in view of biblical injunctions that those who bless Israel's children shall in turn be blessed; and those who curse them will be cursed. However, a solution to the Arab-Jewish unending disagreement is examined in this book as well.
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