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    The Talmud says "מקבלים גרים מקרדו״" we (Jews) accept converts from Qardu. In Bereshit (Genesis) Targum Onkelos translates Ararat (sorry Armenians) as... Qardu. Qardu seems to be Kurdistan and is also associated with חדייב/ Hhadayev/Adiabene.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Targum View Post
    The Talmud says "מקבלים גרים מקרדו״" we (Jews) accept converts from Qardu. In Bereshit (Genesis) Targum Onkelos translates Ararat (sorry Armenians) as... Qardu. Qardu seems to be Kurdistan and is also associated with חדייב/ Hhadayev/Adiabene.
    I think Qardu is Mount Judi, not Ararat.

    Cudi kelimesi Gudi kelimesinin bozulmuş halidir.Cudi Dağı (Kürt Dağı) anlamına gelir.[3] Bilimsel çalişmaların sonucunda Kürt kelimesinin eski karşılığı olan Gudi/Kurti kelimelerinin,Arapça'da "G" harfi olmamasından ötürü en yakın harf olan "C" harfini alarak bozulmuş hali olduğu anlaşılmıştır.Sümer yazıtlarında Gudi ve Babil yazıtlarında Kurti olarak geçer.Aramiler ve Asuriler Cudi için Qardu (Gudi isminin Asur dönemi karşılığı) ismini kullanmışlardır ve Qardu 'Kürt' kelimesinin Asur dönemi karşılığıdır.[4]
    That means Qudi means Kurd mountain. (Kurdi)
    Arameans and Asuris were calling Kurds as Gudi/Kurti (no G in in their languages)
    Sumerian texts have it 'Gudi', Babylonians wrote 'Kurti'. Asur's 'Qardu' word most likely means 'Kurd'

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    (Arabic: الجوديّ‎‎ al-Ǧūdiyy, Aramaic: קרדו‎‎ Qardū,[1] Kurdish: Cûdî‎, Syriac: ܩܪܕܘ‎ Qardū,[1] Turkish: Cudi),

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    Balochs in west Pakistan talking west Iranic dialect and considered close to kurdish. Their clothes also very similar. Kurds coming from Zağros mountains recently i agree but they maybe came to zağros in iran/Iraq from west pakistan?
    In Balochs its popular. They claim kinship with Kurds. Their clothes are very similar im shocked

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