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The Berbers in the Bible: Origins, Life and Future


Par Nabil Ziyani, AmazighWorld.org
Date : 2022-07-30


Reading the Bible, one realizes that it contains a lot of references to Berbers. In the Torah of Moses, or later, in the books of Kings, those of Chronicles and in the books of the Prophets will appear other mentions of the Berbers, before the New Testament does not take over, in particular by the appearance of Simon of Cyrene in the Gospels.

These texts have therefore existed for three thousand five hundred years. And so far, no known author has been interested in the question of the presence of the Berbers in the biblical text to try to draw the substance from it to know them better, to discover their place and to understand their role in history.

It is therefore high time to read this book in search of the Berbers, and to make available to the public and researchers, a working tool, a document hitherto neglected, ignored or quite simply despised. However, it is in the Bible that we will find unoticed information, informing us about the true nature of this people, and the role which has devolved upon them in human history. This confirms to us that he played, and will continue to play, very important roles, making a decisive contribution to the development of civilization. The text of Daniel quoted above shows us that there is a time chosen by God, to remove the veil from what was hidden.

We believe that this time has arrived, for the Berbers to discover and understand the truth about what had been hidden from them since the dawn of time.

The present work aims to lift the veil on what should be “The Berber Bible”. A document in which he will find answers to many questions concerning his origins, his nature, his place among other peoples, and his future. Because there is a future predicted by many prophets, specifically for the Amazigh people. Discovering their prophecies will certainly allow these people to know where they are in the course of history, and to take steps to guarantee their future.

The decryption of the biblical texts speaking of the Berbers will require the use of a particular method, unjustly neglected by the exegetes. It gives us the key to reading and interpreting which will not only allow us to discover the history of this people, but also their future, since the Bible is both a book that speaks of History and of Prophecy.

The King and Prophet Solomon, son of David, in one of his books, explains the mystery of time to us:
“There is a time for everything, a time for everything under heaven: a time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pull up what has been planted; a time to kill, and a time to heal; a time to break down, and a time to build; a time to cry, and a time to laugh; a time to lament, and a time to dance; a time to throw stones, and a time to pick up stones; a time to embrace, and a time to move away from embraces; a time to seek, and a time to lose; a time to keep, and a time to throw away; a time to tear, and a time to sew; a time to be silent, and a time to speak; a time to love, and a time to hate; a time for war, and a time for peace. What advantage does the one who works get from his sentence? I saw what occupation God subjects the sons of man to ”[1].

It would seem that the time to heal the Berbers has arrived, after generations of nations have wanted to eliminate them. Would this people have been preserved and maintained despite everything, by the Master of creation, because he had prepared them to ensure an important destiny for the good of all mankind ?

This book is an invitation to travel in the biblical history of the Berber people. It is not a theological book, nor an academic work intended for scholars. Rather, it is an invitation to discover one of the most ignored and despised peoples in human history.

[1]Ecclesiastes 3 :1-10

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