1. Most do not descend from the Biblical Jews. They are Khazars, from southwest Asia.
2. Judaism is not a religion. At best, it is a racial credo, designed to maintain racial cohesion, in this case the Khazar bloodlines.
As is widely known, East European or Ashkanazi Jews (90% of the total) were descendents of Khazars, a Turkic people who converted to Judaism in the 8th Century.
The empire of Khazaria sat astride the Black and Caspian seas extending from the Urals to Romania. “That the Khazars are the lineal ancestors of Eastern European Jewry is a historical fact,” Jewish historian Alfred M. Lilienthal writes in an essay, “Judaism : Religion or Race”.
“Many Christians may have much more Hebrew-‘Israelite’ blood in their veins than most of their Jewish neighbors,” he says.
By “interesting read” you meant “asinine bigotry,” rite
I mean I’m just trying to help you save face, it’s better to own up to poor control of the English language than to supporting stupid anti-Semites
Sorry to burst the bubble of the antisemites, but Jews all have common Semitic DNA markers. The Khazar myth has been disproved years ago.
My DNA test proved that my Haplotype not only confirms my Cohain status (genetically, not halachically - by connecting me, Sephardic Cohanim and Ashkenazic Cohanim to a single male ancestor who lived in the Middle East 3500 years ago) but also that I share nearly IDENTICAL DNA markers with Arabs and North Africans. In fact, the DNA showed the genesis of the markers coming from the area between Iraq and Iran - AKA Sumeria, where Abraham was born.