Ashkenazi Jews and Khazar Theory | Unpacked

Check out the latest content on where we dive into an enduring hypothesis positing that Ashkenazi Jewish ancestry traces back to the Khazars, a diverse group of Turkic peoples who purportedly converted to Judaism collectively in the 8th century within the Khazar empire. This conjecture, if accurate, would position Ashkenazim as descendants of this expansive, ethnically varied population.

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