The Berber was right. The Berbers are descendents from Ham's son Canaan. Canaan was the father of the Berbers, Chinese, SOME WEST AFRICANS, EAST INDIANS, ALL THE PEOPLE OF ASIA INCLUDING THE BLACK NEGRITOES AND AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES.
In fact the name for Chinese actually came from the name 'Sin, Chin and Chanhan (Canaan). Ham's Black son Canaan had two sons who gave birth to the Chinese people. They were Heth (father of the Hittites - WHO LOOKED LIKE A BLACK CHINESE OR A KONG-SAN BUSHMAN) and Sin (the term 'Sino' comes from the name 'Sin' which is the word for Chinese. Heth also known s Khatty was also the term for 'CATHY' WHICH WAS the term for the Chinese.
The ancient Hittites wore clothing identical to the Chinese up to the las century. The same 'turned-up shoes,' the same types of hats, the ponytail lock in the back of the head, the same flowing gowns. Some Hittites were portrayed as 'yellow' in Egyptian paintings, others as reddish-brown and brown-black.
The Berbers came from another son of Cush.
Threefore, from the family point of view, BOTH THE CHINESE AND OTHER ASIANS, AS WELL AS THE BERBERS AND NON-ARAB NORTH AFRICANS ARE OF THE SAME HAM LINEAGE AS MOST BLACK AFRICANS.
See "Table of nations" BOTH THE BIBLICAL/RELIGIOUS TEXTS AND THE SCIENTIFIC PROOF SHOW THAT TO BE THE CASE.
The original 'Berbers' however, were Black Negroids like the Numidians, Garamantes, Canaanites/Phonecians and other Black Maghrebi peoples. The lightening of the Berbers long ago, but it peaked when the Sea Peoples, Goths, Vandals, Visigoths and other European barbbarians entered Northern Africa. After they were thrown from power, they wandered in the desert and some fused with the African Black Berbers. Take a look at these Black Berbers from Algeria/Mali region.
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