Dear John, Thanks! I will agree that we are a …
Comment posted Lifestyle of Kerala Syrian Christians by George Mathew.
I will agree that we are a ‘mixed group’ but only to a limited extend . In the hpothical case, my mothers brother’s son is represented in the tests results with Jacob. It is not neccessary that my DNA should show the paternal lineage of my mother.
But as heavily discussed, there appears only low mixture in patriachal genes are concerned. Biologically it is good if there have been Arab, Persian, Hindu etc. mixture as that may help us free from diseases and perhaps helped us reach the stage of atleast 6 million today.
The German Jews who were pretty orthodox, had their ‘mother’s DNA’ poorly represented by Judaism.
Please would you advise what is a ‘cheppad’ in your ****’Kufic inscriptions on our own cheppads
What has happened to your DNA test results? This DNA business is really like opening a can full of worms!
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