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As the Canaanites (Arabian ancestors) used to live in Palestine before the foundation of Judaism... Isn't Palestine for Arabs?

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Answered Oct 18History
Felicia JonesI am an experienced tutor, having taught over 25 students, ranging from ages 11-18 in a number of subjects.

The Arabs truly trace their genetic ancestry to Ibrahim same because of the soul individuals. The Arabs didn't arrive in mass till their conquest of Holy Land ( currently referred to as Israel) till 634. The various individuals teams that occupied Holy Land amalgamated with the varied capture teams, together with the Jews, and Arabs ( similarly because the Philistines, Hittites, Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans. ) there's undoubably some Canaanite genetic influence within the Arab population, however, the first Canaanites will hardly be thought of to be the ancestors of the Arabs. (Note the Hittites were thought of a reason to not believe the historical accuracy of the Hebrew records till their capital and writings were discovered. within the early 1900s)