>>>Yes, some of our grandparents were Jews. But …
Comment posted ‘The St. Thomas Christian Encyclopaedia of India’- Volume II , Chief Editor Prof.George Menachery by varghese mani.
>>>Yes, some of our grandparents were Jews. But some others were Persians, others were Arabs, Greeks and Romans. And the vast majority of our ancestors must have been bonafide Indians. A sense of proportion may help.
Now you seems to be making really unfounded stories here. Show me the Greek/Roman DNA that you claims in the samples we have. Are you not trying to claim that your community being partly the descendants of Romans/Greeks, some one who used to be higher than the jews? I believe I have the sense of proportion.
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