Are igbos jews? (Page 3)

Date: 01-08-2009 8:51 pm (13 years ago) | Author: Amara
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- enjoyment at 10-08-2009 09:44 PM (13 years ago)
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lol

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- NenyeN at 10-08-2009 09:54 PM (13 years ago)
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eyevee, de oda groups no de claim Jewish ancestry (at least, not as a group).

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- enjoyment at 10-08-2009 09:56 PM (13 years ago)
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lol,,,haaahhhaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

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- Ify9ja at 11-08-2009 12:52 AM (13 years ago)
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Quote from: NenyeN on 10-08-2009 09:11 PM
Ify9ja, she's writing Igbo as if she's from Anambra. That's why I asked. As well as the fact that it is mainly people from Anambra [Nri stock] that consider the supposed theory of Igbo being of Jews (to the best of my knowledge).

Well you need to research again.  I'm from Anambra and almost all Anambra people i've met do not believe that jews theory. So go back and research.  As for her writing igbo as an anambra girl,  umm i speak igbo with anambra dialect and i can't understand what she writes sometimes.  I thought she's imo cause they are the only Igbo's i have a hard time understanding their writing.
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- Ify9ja at 11-08-2009 01:01 AM (13 years ago)
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Quote from: NenyeN on 10-08-2009 09:54 PM
eyevee, de oda groups no de claim Jewish ancestry (at least, not as a group).

eeeh.  okay,  so the rabbi that went to Nigerian to talk to the people claiming to be jews went to Anambra abi? LMFAO.  Haba, even though Anambra didn't even know he came, let alone did any kind of welcoming for him.  Abeg, my brother, mechonu gi.  Keep that yaga mouth  Lips Sealed okay. The biggest synagogue in Nigeria is in Aba but i guess Anambra people went to Aba and created that synagogue abi?  mechewww Tongue
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- Ify9ja at 11-08-2009 01:03 AM (13 years ago)
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Quote from: eyevee on 10-08-2009 09:43 PM
Quote from: NenyeN on 10-08-2009 09:11 PM
Ify9ja, she's writing Igbo as if she's from Anambra. That's why I asked. As well as the fact that it is mainly people from Anambra [Nri stock] that consider the supposed theory of Igbo being of Jews (to the best of my knowledge).
e don turn 2 one part of anambra state now. d oda states are originally 4rm spain.
make all of una wake up jare.

LOL  Grin Grin Grin.  Not Spain, my sister didn't you hear, they are from Egypt.  Grin Grin.
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- NenyeN at 11-08-2009 01:49 AM (13 years ago)
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Ify9ja.. It seems to me like you misunderstood my initial statement. I stated specifically those from Nri. Are you from Nri? Biko, di-agumacha hwe ke oma ta i gweta nghota tutu gi-adi-akaa hwe. As for her written Igbo.. maybe it could be the way she writes it. Also, all of Anambra does not speak the same kind of Igbo (which I'm sure you know), so just because you don't understand what she writes sometimes does not mean that she does not speak Igbo from somewhere in Anambra.

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- portiphar at 11-08-2009 04:41 AM (13 years ago)
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oya, i don pass
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- portiphar at 11-08-2009 04:41 AM (13 years ago)
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sharp sharp
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- teeco at 11-08-2009 09:58 AM (13 years ago)
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Crossing...

Posted: at 11-08-2009 09:58 AM (13 years ago) | Addicted Hero
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- divineproject at 11-08-2009 10:08 AM (13 years ago)
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haba.......una wan fight for here???

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- teeco at 11-08-2009 10:14 AM (13 years ago)
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make run commot abeg

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- divineproject at 11-08-2009 10:32 AM (13 years ago)
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you and who?

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- teeco at 11-08-2009 10:35 AM (13 years ago)
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me and you

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- divineproject at 11-08-2009 10:47 AM (13 years ago)
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for where......running nowhere

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- teeco at 11-08-2009 10:57 AM (13 years ago)
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for here

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- meetashley at 11-08-2009 07:40 PM (13 years ago)
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Ify9ja.. It seems to me like you misunderstood my initial statement. I stated specifically those from Nri. Are you from Nri? Biko, di-agumacha hwe ke oma ta i gweta nghota tutu gi-adi-akaa hwe. As for her written Igbo.. maybe it could be the way she writes it. Also, all of Anambra does not speak the same kind of Igbo (which I'm sure you know), so just because you don't understand what she writes sometimes does not mean that she does not speak Igbo from somewhere in Anambra.

NenyeN and Ify9ij abeg i write my igbo in direct. like u Ify u said mechonu gi. well u can say so but if your writing u dont write the way u speak. writting and speaking are total different thing. its mechie onu gi. mechonu gi and mechie onu gi, do u see the different? its just like wetere m ife a di ebe a and wetele ihe di ebe. did u see the different? the last one is anambra and the first one is direct. so i dont write the way i speak. and as for u NenyeN i reed your igbo did not understand any word. like Biko, di-agumacha hwe ke oma ta i gweta nghota tutu gi-adi-akaa hwe, what is that? pls explain cause i dont know where to start to correct u.
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- NenyeN at 11-08-2009 08:43 PM (13 years ago)
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You can't even begin to correct me, because I wrote correct Igbo. It may not be the Igbo people are taught at school, because I did not go to school for Igbo, but what I wrote is correct Igbo (grammar-wise and lexically). The only difference is that I wrote in my own Igbo tongue, because I do not write in general Igbo (I didn't go to school to learn Igbo, so I'm steadily teaching myself to write general Igbo. As of now though, I find it easier to just write in my tongue).

I will though, attempt to write it in general Igbo... biko, guo nke oma, ka i ghota ihe a na-ede tupu gi kwuo okwu. I think that would be the general Igbo equivalent of what I initially posted. Did that make sense to you?

Also.. [wetere m ife a di ebe a] and [wetele ihe di ebe]... which one did you say was the Anambra one?

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- NenyeN at 11-08-2009 08:45 PM (13 years ago)
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And where from Igboland are you from? Saa m ajuju.

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- meetashley at 11-08-2009 09:53 PM (13 years ago)
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You can't even begin to correct me, because I wrote correct Igbo. It may not be the Igbo people are taught at school, because I did not go to school for Igbo, but what I wrote is correct Igbo (grammar-wise and lexically). The only difference is that I wrote in my own Igbo tongue, because I do not write in general Igbo (I didn't go to school to learn Igbo, so I'm steadily teaching myself to write general Igbo. As of now though, I find it easier to just write in my tongue).

I will though, attempt to write it in general Igbo... biko, guo nke oma, ka i ghota ihe a na-ede tupu gi kwuo okwu. I think that would be the general Igbo equivalent of what I initially posted. Did that make sense to you?

Also.. [wetere m ife a di ebe a] and [wetele ihe di ebe]... which one did you say was the Anambra one? 
 
 
that is why u need to be corrected, cause u cant write general igbo. u cant write ur igbo in the public cause nobody will understand. i write my igbo in direct and its only people that know how to read igbo will understand what i am writting. if u cant read what i am writting then u cant read igbo. i did not go to school to learn igbo but the one we learned at school at igbo lessons is enough for me to write and read. cause its a shame that u grew up in a land and u cant even write or read the language. speaking is not enough. well i am not nigerian but was born and grew up in naija. so i am seeing myself as a nigerian.
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