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Hey guys, did you knew Jewish paternal haplogroup J is most related to Scandinavian I (including northern Germany)?

Afaik I haplogroup was an early farmers that came from Anatolia to Europe ~7k years ago, but was cleared from most of Europe by R1b and R1a male lineages from Yamnaya (~Kaukasus).

For me it’s quite fascinating, given how jewish and german history intertvined in middle ages, long after separating. Of course it’s only genetics, and hardly anything more, but still sounds quite interesting, so would love to hear your thoughts on that!

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