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Arab: waste, desolation, plain, wilderness. The words Arabah, Arabic, Arabian are from this root word.
Abraham made it to Canaan hundreds of years after Noah and the boys docked the ark. Before Abraham left Iraq/Ur the descendants of Shem, Ham and Japeth were scattered from Turkey, to Iran, to Saudi Arabia and into Egypt.

The forms of the word Arab defined those who lived in the plain or wilderness. No one lived in the vast desert. You could not raise sheep or farm in the desert.
People who lived in the plains / wilderness were given the different forms of the name Arab. Places are named after people

Arab was a city that existed in Canaan when the Israelites crossed over the Jordan from their tour of Egypt.
Every one started out from Iraq and through out the bible they were spread out all over and moved from place to place. Some of the dwellers of the plains / wilderness migrated to Canaan and settled before the Israelites got there. Canaanites living in the plains were sometimes identified as Arabs, like people who lived in the mountain regions of the US were given the identification of hillbillies.

By definition an Arab is one who lives in a wilderness, desolate place or in the plains. We can look at the people in Canaan identified as Arabs, Arabians and identify them as sects of the Canaanites.

 As the land was eventually named Israel, it was named Israel after a person. People use the names or identities of their own to name cities or places. The plains dwellers (Arabs) who settled in Canaan named one of their cities Arab. It was NOT the Israelites who gave this city it's name !
The land mass was called Canaan and of course that was named after a man, the son of Ham. (Gen 9:18, 10:19)
Arab is simply the name given to people who lived in the plains or wilderness. By the meaning of the word, the Israelites were Arabs for the 40 years that they dwelled in the wilderness.
Others who lived in the wilderness migrated to Canaan before or while the Israelites were in Egypt. Those (Arabs / plains) people named one of their cities Arab. If you look at the people who lived in that area they are identified as several tribes / nations of the Canaanites... and of course we find the Israelites did marry these Arabs / Canaanites.

Beth, letter of the Hebrew alphabet, Beth = place, house, abode. The word Beth is placed as a prefix of many places of the bible.

JOSHUA 15:6: An the border went up to Bethhogla, and passed along by the north of Betharabah; and the border went up to the stone of Bohan the son of Reuben:

Place in Israel / Canaan identified as arabah ! Do not confuse this with the city of Arab which was given to Judah.

JOSHUA 15:20 This is the inheritance of the tribe of the children of Judah 15:52
Arab, and Dumah, and Eshean,
Arab a city in Canaan / Israel and IF you bother to look at all of the names of those places, you will find they are given Arab names.

Arabs were simply those who dwelled in the plains or wilderness and we find that a multitude of their descendants had migrated to Canaan long before the Israelites got there.
After the Israelites did get there they married them and produced the Israelite children with them through out the old testament.
Arab: A city 7 miles SW of Hebron, area allotted to the tribe of Judah
Arab was a city in Israel, not Saudi Arabia

JOSHUA 18:18 And passed along toward the side over against Arabah northward, and went down to Arabah:
1_KINGS 10:15 Beside that he had of the merchant men, and of the traffick of the spice merchants, and of all the kings of Arabia, and of the governors of the country.
Look on your maps and see who these kings of Arabia are, Canaanites? look for yourself !


When you look at every verse with the word Arabia and all of those with the word Arabian ... and when those people and places are identified as to location, over 80% of all those Arabians and the land of Arabia is the people and land area inside of Canaan or Israel.
Can you be a Canaanite and an Arab, can you be a Jebusite and an Arab ... can you be a hillbilly and an Americian ... the Hebrew word Arab simply means waste, desolation, plain, wilderness.
Look at the location of the places identified as Arabia then look at the people identified as Arabians. They are not the people or land area in Saudi Arabia, but they are the native people in Canaan and the land identified is in Canaan.
Plains people being opposite of Hillbillies, plains people or flat landers (in hillbilly speech)
People passed through the desert but no one lived there. Arab: waste, desolation, plain, wilderness. Those called Arabs (flat landers) would have been those who lived in the sticks .. (not cities), farmers and hunters. Those identified as Arabs are also identified as Canaanites, Jebusties, Havites... the native people living in Canaan.
Now all you have to look up the verses with Arabia, Arabians and look at your bible map and see if these people and places are in Saudi Arabia or if these Arabians / this Arabia is in Canaan. Read the verses and look on your bible map. You need not believe me.

2_CHRONICLES 17:11 Philistines brought Jehoshaphat presents, and tribute silver; and the Arabians brought him ... These Arabians were  NOT natives of Saudia Arabia, these Arabians were native people of Canaan!

2_CHRONICLES 21:16 Moreover the Lord stirred up against Jehoram the spirit of the Philistines, and of the Arabians, that were near the Ethiopians:
Here are Arabians near Ethiopia, so we see the Arabs lived in a range from Canaan to Ethiopia.
Remember the word Arab means plain, wilderness . These people could have been anyone living in the plains or wilderness. Look at all the people living in the plains and they would have fit the Arab mold.

2_CHRONICLES 22:1 the band of men that came with the Arabians (people who lived in the plains) .
2_CHRONICLES 26:7 And God helped him against the Philistines, and against the Arabians that lived in Gurbaal, and the Mehunims.
Arabians who lived in Gurbaal ! Gurbaal is not in Saudi Arabia, these Arabians lived in Canaan / Israel. They were Canaanites.

NEH 2:19 Geshem the Arabian, NEH 4:7, NEH 6:1
Forest: Strong's Ref. # 3293
ISAIAH 21:13 The burden upon Arabia. In the forest in Arabia shall you lodge,
There is NO forest in Saudi Arabia, this forest could be in a wilderness, desolate place... which means Arab

JEREMIAH 3:2 the Arabian in the wilderness (Arab means plains or wilderness).
JEREMIAH 25:24 And all the kings of Arabia, and all the kings of the mingled people that dwell in the desert,
[ Note there are two sets of people, all the kings of the Arabs AND all of the mingled people who dwell in the desert.
Of course no one lived in the desert (sand dooms) they could not farm or raise live stock, but this desert would be desolate areas where few people lived.

We find in some verses these people living in Arabia and we find this Arabia to be in Canaan, Israel.  Arab, Arabah, Arabian, Arabian.
EZEKIEL 27:21 Arabia, and all the princes of Kedar, they occupied with you in lambs, and rams, and goats: in these were they thy merchants.
This Arabia, has NOTHING to do with any people or the place of Saudi Arabia, it deals with a people living in Canaan, Israel.

ACTS 2:11 Cretes and Arabians, we do hear them speak in our tongues the wonderful works of God.
Arabs, Arabians, living in Palestine, Canaan, Israel NOT Saudi Arabia
GALATIANS 1:17 Neither went I up to Jerusalem to them which were apostles before me; but I went into Arabia, and returned again to Damascus.
Look at all the maps of Paul's travels and know the Arabia he traveled to is NOT in Saudi Arabia.

GALATIANS 4:25 For this Agar is mount Sinai in Arabia, and awnsers to Jerusalem which now is, and is in bondage with her children.
Here is Sinai which is in Arabia (which simply means desolation, plain, wilderness), and of course we find areas, cities from Turkey to Ethiopia and people / places in Canaan / Israel identified as Arabia.

Arab / Arabians, people who live in desolate places or the *PLAINS* /
Arab: waste, desolation, plain, wilderness

GENESIS 18:1 And the Lord appeared to him in the *PLAINS* of Mamre:

NUMBERS 22:1 ( Arab / Arabians, people who live in desolate places or the *PLAINS*)And the children of Israel set forward, and pitched in the *PLAINS* of Moab on this side Jordan by Jericho.
NUMBERS 26:3 And Moses and Eleazar the priest spoke with them in the *PLAINS* of Moab by Jordan
Moab is Jordan, Arab / Arabians, people who live in desolate places or the *PLAINS*

NUM 26:63 the children of Israel in the *PLAINS* of Moab by Jordan near Jericho. NUM 33:48 NUM 33:49 !!! NOT Saudi Arabia !!!

DEUTERONOMY 11:30 the land of the Canaanites, which dwell over against Gilgal, beside the *PLAINS* of Moreh? Arab / Arabians, people who live in desolate places or the *PLAINS*

JOSHUA 4:13 About forty thousand prepared for war passed over before the Lord to battle, to the *PLAINS* of Jericho. Arab / Arabians, people who live in desolate places or the *PLAINS*

As for interaction of people living in Saudi Arabia, if you want to talk about the inhabitants of Saudi... here you go: The Midianites are native people of what we now call Saudi Arabia. The Israelites murdered all the male boys, the babies, all the men and women except for the virgin daughters. The Israelites took 32,000 of their virgin girls on their return to Israel. Out of the wombs of these 32,000 Saudi Arabia girls (over a period of 3,500 years) came million of Israelites. Moses married a Midianite and through out the old testament the Israelites are found marrying and producing children with these inhabitants of Saudi Arabia.

The Arabs / Arabians are found living from Turkey to Ethiopia and they were native people living in Canaan / Israel. Opposite of hillbilly, Arab people living in the plains of Canaan, NOT Saudi Arabia.
These Arabs can be traced to belonging to tribes of the Canaanites, whom the Israelites married and produced their descendants from. You can start with the tribe of Judah.



Counterfeit "Jews" need to concoct endless lies. Last year I came across a nest of them pushing the whopper that there is no such thing as an Arab. The Muslims made up the word around 700 A.D.

I read several web pages on the origin of Latin. I copied this one and included it all for anyone who may be interested.

So what does Latin have to do with proving Arabs existed before 700 AD or Islam?

#1 Latin is a dead language, it ceased to exist a hundred years before the birth of Mohammed and it ceased to exist a hundred years before 700 AD.

#2 If we find words that identify any people or any places in Latin, we can prove the existed at least 100 years before Islam and at least 100 years before the 7th century AD.

#3 If we find the word Arab is found in documents that existed before Christ, then Arabs existed over 700 years before Islam or the 7th century.

If we can find the word Arab in ancient Arab text, we can prove the BS about "Arabs being the invention of Muslims" to be a crock.


From the web page info on Latin

Have you ever found yourself telling a friend or relative, " Carpe diem," (‘seize the day’) and wondered where it came from? Well, many people might think that it is Spanish, but in truth it is Latin (Gill 2). There is also the fact that Spanish, being one of the Romance languages, is derived from Latin. You may also have heard quid pro quo, ex post facto, ad hoc, and de facto. Latin has had a tremendous influence on several languages. Do you ever wonder how or why?

The first thing to explore is where Latin started out. It grew out of the tongue that was originally brought by the Indo-European people who migrated to eastern and southern Italy around the end of the Trojan War (1193 BC). It evolved into Latin and then was spoken mainly by the Romans in their city of Rome and the region around it.

As the Romans were increased their mighty empire, Latin slowly expanded to the remaining sector around the western Mediterranean Sea.

Latin is a part of the Italic branch of Indo-European languages. It was greatly influenced by the non-Indo-European Etruscan language from central Italy, the Celtic tongues from northern Italy, and especially by the Greek language. But Latin did not begin in Italy. It was brought there in prehistoric times by Indo-European peoples who moved there from northern Europe. When brought to Italy, Latin was spoken mainly in Rome and the surrounding area.

Latin gradually spread throughout the entire western Mediterranean region as more and more people came under Roman sway (Wyatt 2).

There were more complicated reasons responsible for this tremendous change. There was always a conflict between Latin and the Italic languages and the Social War of 90-88 BC, between Rome and the Italians.

This was an important time for that problem, because this was when a change in the political treatment Rome’s of territories in Italy occurred. Up until that time, Rome had followed the unspoken rule of trying to keep all their conquered Italian metropolis’ away from each other. This was to prevent any scheming and later rebellion against Rome. One of their tactics was to give these communities all different rights and privileges because they figured that if they had different rights, they would have different complaints, then they would not have the same reason for action, and could not combine their forces in going against Rome.

An obvious part to this unspoken rule was to allow the communities to speak different languages than their neighbors. With the end of the Social War, this rule went away because of the new idea of political unity for the Italian peoples, and with this political unity came the presentation of Latin as the common language for all local as well as federal business.

Lucania, Samnium and the county of Bruttii were extremely low in population. Rome sent lots of colonies to all three. Even though the old tongues were still in use for a little while, they eventually disappeared and Latin took their place. Latin was now in larger use all over the central and southern areas of the peninsula (Abbott 9-11).

Ancient literary Latin can be divided into four periods. The first was from 240-70 BC and included the writings of Plautus, Terence, and Ennius.

( Latin was in existence over 200 BC )

The next period was from 70 BC to AD 14 and called the Golden Age. This age is famous for the works of Livy, Julius Caesar, and Cicero and the poetry of Catullus, Lucretius, Vergil, Hoarse, and Ovid. During this time, the Latin language rose to another height of... "artistic medium of expression and attained its greatest richness and flexibility" (Duckworth 1 ).

The third period was the Silver Age, 14-130. It is noted for... "striving for rhetorical elaboration and ornament and concise and epigrammatic expression" (Duckworth 1 ).

The last period was named the Late Latin Period. It extended from the 2nd century until the 6th century. Invading barbarian tribes changed Latin by bringing in a whole bunch of unknown forms and idioms. The result was a form of "corrupted" Latin and named it the lingua Romana, which was different from the lingua Latina, the classical dialect refined by the educated.

THE LAST PERIOD IN HISTORY FOR LATIN WAS THE 6TH CENTURY But the word Arab is found in the Latin language before Christ.


Here are a couple web sites you can go to type in an English word and get the Arabic, Latin or Greek translations:

English to Latin

English to Arabic or Greek


If the word Arab did not exist until after the 7th century AD or after the rise of Islam, the word Arab would not be found in the Latin language, but here are the Latin words Arab / Arabians.

Below are the Greek, Latin and Arabic word equivalents for

The English words Arab and Arabic


You will also find the word "Arab" in the Greek language AND you will find the word Arab in the Arabic language in text that existed over 1000 BC.

The internet has FREE translation programs for every language I looked for except Hebrews. The people who have access to Hebrew translations also make the translations available, the only difference is every thing I found they have available is for SALE.

The fact that the word Arab / Arabian exists in hundreds of ancient documents that existed in Latin, Greek and Arabic text 500 AD to 1500 BC is the fact that the assertion that

"Muslims invented the word Arab" is another counterfeit "Jew" hoax.


No such word as Arab




Because some set of humans have not created a word for a thing, that does not mean it does not exist. It only means that set of humans have not developed a language or they have no use for the word.

Today you could go into tribes of Africa or South America and they would have no words for car, computer, pizza ... but that does not mean these things do not exist.


There is no GOD, there is no GARDEN OF EDEN, there was no such person as KING DAVID, why? Because there was no English word for such places or people during the time of the Old Testament.

These are just English words made up by people in the area of Britain 4000 years after the fact... and because these English words did not exist there is no such thing ... such is the workings of the mind of Alfred E. Newman !


Look above the word donkey on the left side. This ancient word is found in text 2000 BC.

This word was not pronounced donkey. The characters of the alphabet are not English characters...

But a word existed in Arabic, Hebrew and Greek for this animal with long ears.



The characters in each language are different and the pronunciation of the word in each language sounds different... and yet all of these different versions of the different means the same thing.

No such thing as an English pronunciation or spelling of the word donkey or ass existed until over a thousand years after Balaam, so because there was no English word that means that there was no such thing as a donkey until the English got around to inventing their version of the word?

A word is a vocal vibration or a set of characters when put together has some meaning.

No matter what vocal vibrations are used or what characters are used in different languages, if that combination of vibrations / characters have the same meanings, it is the same word.

#1 If you find a word in a language in your own time and

#2 If you find another word that existed 3000 years ago with completely different pronunciations and characters... and

#3 Those words have the same meaning

Then that word has existed for 3000 years, it just has a different set of characters or a different pronunciation.

If the pronunciation or characters *MEANS THE SAME THING*, it is THE SAME WORD.

Look at the pronunciation of the word or the spelling of the word in your own language and see if that meaning existed in different spelling characters of the past. If this meaning has existed in the past, then that word has existed in the past.

When you hear it said "That word did not exist until ..." ignore such subtle tricks, it is only coming out of the mouth of Balaam's ass.

The English word Arab holds the meaning that English speaking people have given it, and that meaning is native people of the Middle East. There is not one other meaning for the word in the English that has been used 1/100th in any context as this meaning. Where did the dictionary authors come up with their entries? I guess they were smoking a joint?


Arabs: rag heads, towel heads, sand niggers or camel jocks... these are some of the racist definitions of those who call themselves Christians or Jews.

Ar·ab (àr¹eb) noun (Make note these modern dictionaries leave out the original Hebrew meaning of the word Arab: desolate, wilderness, plains. The original meaning of the word was not a certain physical location but a type of location, isolated, wildernesses, flat land / plains. If the original Hebrew meaning of the word was left out of dictionaries by ignorance or intent, that is your own guess.

1. A member of a Semitic people inhabiting Arabia, whose language and Islamic religion spread widely throughout the Middle East and northern Africa from the seventh century.

2. A member of an Arabic-speaking people.

3. An Arabian horse.

4. Offensive Slang. A waif.

5 A homeless vagabond and especially an outcast boy or girl in the streets of a city :

6 The first use of the word Arab is found in an Assyrian text of 853 B.C in writing about the defeat of a traitor called Gindibu the Aribi during the time of king Shalmaneser 3(858-824 B.C.). Arabs are mentioned until the 6th century B.C.

7 The Greek Homer referred to the Arabs by the name Erembi.

8 The place-name Arabia occurs in Greek writings of Herodotus (484-425 B.C,)

9 Greek and Latin writers, extended the term Arabia and Arab to the whole peninsula and everything in it, even including the eastern desert of Egypt between the Red Sea and the Nile.

10 Arabs are found in "Periplus of the Erythraean Sea" (between 95 A.D. and 130 A.C.).

11 The Arabs' use of the word occurs in the ancient epigraphical material.

12 In the north Arab counties in the 4 A.D. one of the oldest records of the language that became classical Arabic.

13 Account of the Arabs in the 10th chapter of Genesis of the Old Testament, which names the descendants of Noah, whose elder son, Shem is regarded as the ancestor of the Hebrews, Arabs and Armaens

14 Genesis reveals the "mixed multitude" (Hebrew, erev) in Exod 38 exit with the Israelites.

15 According to "Dictionary of the Bible" The use of the name Arab for an inhabitant of any portion of the vast peninsula known to us as Arabia,

16 In the 3rd century B.C. though the Old Testament 2 ch., 21, where the Arabians that are near the Ethiopians' would seem to refer to the extreme south of Yemen."

17 Arabia is this country in (I Kings x. 15) describing the visit of the Queen Sheba which took place 1005 B.C.

18 The word arabah in Deut the village called Arabah, near Tehama

19 2 Chronicles 11 to refer to nomads from the east bank of the Jordan river in 900-800 B.C.

20 The word Arab or arabah is probably derived from a Semitic root related to nomads.

21 In the Arabic language, the word Arab (derived from i'rab), means "those who speak clearly"

22 The term Arab derives from the Semitic word root referring to "nomad."


Were there any Confederates in the southern states in the 1800's? And what made them Confederates... because that is what they called themselves.

23 Those who have identified themselves as members of the Arab league of nations... Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, United Arab Emirates, Yemen

24 "Rabbis" and those who call themselves Jews, refer to the people in 23, tens of thousands of times.

25 The "Israeli" government... the top politicians never cease to call these people Arabs.

26 The US politicians, Brits, Canadians, French, Germans, Russians... governments around the world refer to these people as Arabs.

27 There are thousands of Christian and "Jewish" web pages which identify these people as Arabs.

28 There are tens of thousands of news articles and university papers by professors and the media identifying these people as Arabs.

39 The Oxford dictionary, Websters and Britannia refer to these people as Arabs.

There are gobs of definitions of the word Arabs, but those in 23 is the most common use of the word Arab on earth.

How is it that all of these people in all these religions, media, populations and governments identify this set of middle east natives as Arabs, but when I prove these people's ancestors were the people who produced the Israelites, they are not Arabs? Who but liars and tricksters need to have musical definitions for words?

Yes, there are many possible definitions for the word Arab, but who is the speaker talking about when they are using that word? Let's find out who the Arabs are and who the liars are.

Before we can call the Israelites, Arabs, we must establish what an Arab is.


On one web page a guy writes:

The Arabs look more like the descendants of Ham than Shem.

#1 The people who look least like the native people of the middle east are we light hair, blue eye, fair skin Europeans. By all anthropology findings and paintings of the people of the middle east in the days of the old testament, there was NONE who looked like Anglo Saxon / Aryan Europeans.

#2 The descendants of Ham are found in Lebanon or ancient Phoenicia and they were lighter than the average middle east native.

#3 The descendants of Shem married the descendants of Ham and Japeth so what would the Israelites look like?

#4 Ham and Shem had the same parents and it is written that all people came out of Adam and Eve, so why would they look any different?

#5 How do you know what Shem looked like? Did he leave you a Polaroid?

Do you get your information from the scriptures, from scientific findings or from your own racist blaberings?


Some people from Iran or Turkey say, we are not Arabs? Well sorry, in the English language the English speaking people get to make up and use their own words. What you call us or how it is pronounced is what we are in your language.

In the musical meaning of the word Arab game, preachers / blabbis use the word Arab to identify the native people of the middle east ... but when I show those ARABS are the descendants and forefathers of the Israelites, then they must change the meaning of the word?

I have close capturing on my computer tv device. I can capture the text that hearing impaired people can read. If you have ever pressed the wrong button on your remote you have seen it.

If I turn the computer on a news channel and let it record the text, in a week I can find the word Arab used hundreds of times .. and the people they are talking about are the native people of the middle east.

When we use words none of us run to a dictionary and look up what that word meant 100 years ago or a thousand years ago. We use words that contain the present day meanings.

When guys like Pat Robertson is using the word Arab, he is not talking about the people in Yemen. He is talking about Egyptians, Palestinians, Libyans, Syrians, Iraqis, Iranians... calling these people Arabs. Arab is the word they use to identify them BUT when I show their ancestors were the forefathers of the Israelites.... then suddenly these Arabs are not Arabs. Arabs are people from southern Arabia.


In debates / discussion groups I have read thousands of posts by "Jews and Christians"

I guess I must have e-mailed about 20 people a couple of weeks ago, trying to get at what an Arab is. One guy told me that Oxford had the first use of such words in the English language. I couldn't find it and I didn't want to pay a couple hundred bucks to find out what a word meant ( buying their service / set of books ) so I e-mailed them. The following is what I received ( except for the color I will add for references )

According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the word Arab is first recorded in English in 1634. However, I should say that this part of the OED was written in 1885, and it is possible that an earlier example has since come to light.

The word is borrowed into English from French Arab, first attested in this form in 1611, but recorded in Old French as early as the 12th century in the forms Arabi, Arrabit. The French word is borrowed from Latin Arabs (stem Arab-), attested from Cicero (1st century B.C.) onwards, and this in turn is from Greek Araps (stem Arab-), recorded on inscriptions from the 3rd and 2nd centuries B.C. and in subsequent authors.
Yours sincerely, Dr Samantha Schad / Oxford Word and Language Service.

Except for our modern terms almost all of our language comes from other languages and then a whole bunch of words we create come from some root of previous languages.

Here is what Webster gives:

1. A member of a Semitic people inhabiting Arabia, whose language and Islamic religion spread widely throughout the Middle East and northern Africa from the seventh century.

2. A member of an Arabic-speaking people.

3. An Arabian horse.

4. Offensive Slang. A waif.

5 A homeless vagabond and especially an outcast boy or girl in the streets of a city :

5 I never heard the word Arab ever used in this meaning nor

4 I have never heard this usage and

3 When speaking about the middle east people, no one is talking about a horse.

2 One who speaks Arabic is n Arab? Ok then everyone who speaks Arabic is an Arab and fits the people I refer to.

1a Members of Semitic people descendants of Shem? How would ol Webster know that?

1b People inhabiting Arabia... ok let's look at some of the ancient maps at the countries identified as Arabia and know the people I refer to are Arabs by that standard.

1c People who's language and religion spread through the middle east. Well by the gobs of definitions I have found, people were identified as Arabs and were speaking Arabic hundreds of years B.C.

Ol Mohammed never came to town to about 700 A.D. Arabs nor the Arabic language has anything to do with Islam.

What is English.. language spoken by the English. German: language spoken by the Germans...

Earthlings, humans, Americans, Texans, Republicans, criminals .... Labels are given to identify a people by location or something they are involved in. Romans didn't speak Roman, but in most cases a people's language is identified by what label that is given to them.

Humans is the set and every other human label given is a subset of humans. The label Arab has been given to the native people of the middle east. Oxford says the first use of the word Arab in the English language was in 1634, but the 1611 kjv bible has the word Arab in it. Isn't 1611 before 1634? Oh well, the word Arab was around hundreds of years before any of our boys started publishing a dictionary or encyclopedia.

The authors / publishers of dictionaries do not tell us what a word means. They do not invent language or words. Their task is to record what words mean to the people who use that language.

What is a flapper? Webster didn't invent the word, it was slang of the 1920's. Webster just recorded a spelling and what the word meant to the people who used it.

Words squiggly lines are just vocal or written symbols that a people use to communicate with each other. What that label means, is what it meant to the people who used it.

I would bet in Africa the duds had gobs of different languages. While they had many different words to identify an elephant, that spoken word to each is what an elephant was.

What a word means depends on a time and culture in history. The only cool people before the 1900s were those who had a low body temperature.

#1 Who are they talking about when they are using the word Arabs, that is what an Arab is. "Lawrence of Arabia" was an Brit. The Arabia that he got the nick name from was not southern Arabia. It was Egypt, Iraq, Palestine, Syria, Lebanon.


Oxford English Dictionary, the word Arab in English in 1634 and it is possible that an earlier example has since come to light. recorded in Old French as early as the 12th century. From Latin Cicero (1st century B.C.) In an Assyrian text of 853 B.C ... and more the word Arab is in Hebrews to come !

Here is a question to think about, If you are identified as an Arab by all people on earth, then how did you get to be an Arab? ... and how could you be an Arab if your parents or grand parents were not an Arab?

Here is the land area identified as Arabia on early shipping maps and charts. This is the land called Arabia by thousands of preachers and politicians over centuries.


The land area with in the red line is where almost all of the events of the Old Testament took place.


Multiple definitions for the same word.

If anyone belongs to any definition of a felon, he is a felon, if anyone belongs to any definition of an American, he is an American. Any people who fall into any definition of an Arab is an Arab.

"Arabs say Ishmael was their forefather"? Well some Arabs I have spoken to said that, but after I gave them my proofs, they have all changed their mind so far.

"The Quran says Ishmael is the forefathers of ALL Arabs"? Gee, where does the Quran say that?

I have often heard people say that even the Arabs say they are descendants of Ishmael. Ok, before Ishmael was born Genesis reveals a multitude of people who were hanging out in the middle east after the flood and after the tower of Babel.

If an Arab is a native of the Arabian peninsula, then no Syrian, Egyptian, Canaanite, Jordanian or anyone outside the Arabian peninsula can be an Arab... and so none of these middle east people could be a descendant of Ishmael (Ishmael "being the father of the Arabs")

By a little research, the whole farce can be exposed and the facts be proven. Arabs are simply the natives of the middle east who did not belong to the tribes of the Israelites.

Hmmm .. Arabim has the derivative of Arab? Places in the Arabah in the hills, the Arabah, Sea, Arabia

No such thing as an Arab in the bible?

Strong's Ref. # 6163, Romanized `Arabiy, Pronounced ar-aw-bee' or `Arbiy {ar-bee'}; partial from HSN6152; an Arabian or inhabitant of Arab (i.e. Arabia):

KJV--Arabian. Ayin Resh Beth Yod pronounced both in Hebrew and English as Arabiy

Hebrew word # 6152 Ayin Resh Beth pronounced both in Hebrew and English as Arab

Strong's Number: 694, Transliterated: 'Arab, Phonetic: ar-awb'

Text: from 693; ambush; Arab, a place in Palestine: -- Arab.

Strong's Number: 39, Transliterated: 'Abiyma'el, Ponetic: ab-ee-maw-ale'

Text: from 1 and an elsewhere unused (probably foreign) word; father of Mael (apparently some Arab tribe); Abimael, a son of Joktan: --Abimael.

Strong's Number: 701, Transliterated: 'Arbiy, Phonetic: ar-bee'

Text: partial from 694; an Arbite or native of Arab: -- Arbite.

Strong's Number: 1026, Transliterated: Beyth ha-`Arabah

Phonetic: bayth haw-ar-aw-baw

Text: from 1004 and 6160 with the article interposed; house of the Desert; Beth-ha-Arabah, a place in Palestine: -Beth-arabah.

Strong's Number: 1654, Transliterated: Geshem, Phonetic: gheh'-shem

Text: or (prolonged) Gashmuw {gash-moo'}; the same as 1653; Geshem or Gashmu, an Arabian: -Geshem, Gashmu.

Strong's Number: 1905, Transliterated: Hagriy, Phonetic: hag-ree'

Text: or (prolonged) Hagris {hag-ree'}; perhaps patronymically from 1904; a Hagrite or member of a certain Arabian clan: - Hagarene, Hagarite, Haggeri.

Strong's Number: 2174, Transliterated: Zimriy, Phonetic: zim-ree'

Text: from 2167; musical; Zimri, the name of five Israelites, and of an Arabian tribe: -Zimri.

Strong's Number: 3082, Transliterated: Yhownadab, Phonetic: yeh-ho-naw-dawb'

Text: from 3068 and 5068; Jehovah-largessed; Jehonadab, the name of an Israelite and of an Arab: -Jehonadab, Jonadab. Compare 3122.

Strong's Number: 5114, Transliterated: Nowdab, Phonetic: no-dawb'

Text: from 5068; noble; Nodab, an Arab tribe: -- Nodab.

Strong's Number: 6152, Transliterated: ` Arab, Phonetic: ar-awb'

Text: or mArab {ar-ab'}; from 6150 in the figurative sense of sterility; Arab (i.e. Arabia), a country East of Palestine: --Arabia. ( This Arabian country East of Palestine could only be Syria or Jordan )

Strong's Number: 6154, Transliterated: `ereb, Phonetic: ay'-reb

Text: or mereb (1 Kings 10:15), (with the article prefix), {eh'-reb}; from 6148; the web (or transverse threads of cloth); also a mixture, (or mongrel race): --Arabia, mingled people, mixed (multitude), woof.

Strong's Number: 7394, Transliterated: Rekab, Phonetic: ray-kawb'

Text: from 7392; rider; Rekab, the name of two Arabs and of two Israelites: --Rechab.

I put the words Arab, Arabic in the Strong's search and checked case sensitive. Above is only a fraction of the finds. I also found the words Arabians and Arabs are synonyms for the same word.

As I looked through the finds, I discovered that these Arabs were not just people who lived in the Arabian peninsula, but they were the native inhabitants who lived all around the Israelites.

Instead of automobile, most of us say car, instead of Elizabeth, lots of people just say Beth.

Arab is just the shortened version of Arabian and these Arabs mentioned in the OT were inhabitants who live all around the Israelites.

2 Chronicles 17:11 And from the Philistines, they were bringing to Jehoshaphat a present and silver {as} tribute. Also, |6163| the Arabians were bringing to him flocks, rams seven thousand and seven hundred, |and male-goats seven thousand and seven hundred

2 Chronicles 21:16 And awakened God against Jehoram the spirit of the Philistines |6163| and of the Arabians who {were} beside the hand of the Ethiopians.

2 Chronicles 26:7 And helped him God against the Philistines, and against |6163| the Arabians who lived in Gur- baal, and the Meunites.

( Note the same word used in Arabians and Arabs is the very SAME word )

Nehemiah 2:19, 4:7, 6:1, Isaiah 13:20, 21:13,

Jeremiah 3:2 Lift up your eyes on the bare heights, and see. Where not have you been lain with? By the highways you have sat for them |6163| like an Arab in the desert. And you have defiled the land with your fornication's and your evilness. ( Same as the word in Arabians )

1 Kings 10:15

apart from the merchant men and the traffic of the traders and all the Arab kings and the governors of the land. ( Who are "All the Arab kings" ), Well it sure is not talking about any kings of Saudi Arabia.

2 Chronicles 9:14 And all the Arab kings and the rulers of the land were bringing in gold and silver to Solomon. ( Who were these Arab king (S) ? )

Nehemiah 6:1 And it was when it was told to Sanballat, and Tobiah and to Geshem, the Arab, and to the rest of our enemies.

Isaiah 13:19) And Babel, the glory of the kingdoms, the beauty of the pride of the Chaldeans, shall be as when God overthrew Sodom and Gomorrah.

20) It shall no longer be inhabited and it shall not be lived in to generation and generation, and the Arabiy shall not pitch their tent there, and the shepherds flocks shall not lie there like an Arab in the wilderness.

And so the next time someone tells you there were no such thing as an Arab in the bible, you will know they are full of hot air.

When we speak of Arabs today, we are simply talking about the natives of the middle east who were not part of the tribes of Israel, but as we study the scriptures we will prove that a multitude of the descendants of those OT Arabs are now the descendants of the Israelites, by the seed of those Israelites being sown into the Arabs of the middle east.

The reason "Christians / Blabbies" try to lie about the existence of the Arabs in the scriptures and the natives of the middle east were all Arabs, is because every Israelite in the bible was an Arab.

If / when Christians knew they were persecuting the descendants of the Israelites, the lies of the false "Jews" would be destroyed.

Make special note that some of these native Arabs are not native people of Saudi Arabia.

Make note that the places first recorded as Arab are land areas and a city inside of Israel.

Make note that Hebrew words translated to English are translated into the English word Arab.

Make note, those who deny the existence of Arabs in the bible are ignorant or just plain liars.


The word Arab, simply means indigenous people of the middle east lands, all the following people are the Arabs of the bible.

Abiezrites, Ahiramites, Amalekites, Amorites / Jordanians, Amramites, Apharsachites, Apharsites, Arabians / Saudi Arabians, Archevites, Ardites, Arelites, Arodites, Ashbelites, Ashdodites, Ashdothites, Asherites, Ashurites, Asrielites, Assyrians, Avites, Bachrites, Beerothites, Belaites, Beriites, Berites, Canaanites, Carmites, Chaldeans / Iraquis, Cherethites, Dehavites, Dinaites, Edomites, Egyptians, Ekronites, Elamites, Elonites, Ephraimites, Ephrathites, Eranites, Erites, Eshkalonites, Eshtaulites, Gazathites, Gazites, Gershonites, Geshurites, Gezrites, Gibeonites, Giblites, Gileadites, Girgashites, Gittites, Gunites, Hagarites, Haggites, Hamulites, Hanochites, Heberites, Hebronites, Helekites, Hepherites, Hermonites, Hezronites, Hittites, Hivites, Horites, Huphamites, Ishmaelites

Israelites ( a composite of these people, above and below )

Ithrites, Izeharites, Izharites, Jachinites, Jahleelites, Jahzeelites, Jaminites, Jashubites, Jebusites, Jeezerites, Jerahmeelites, Jesuites, Jezerites, Jimnites, Kadmonites, Kenites, Kenizzites, Kohathites, Korahites, Korathites, Korhites, Libnites, Lydians, Maachathites, Machirites, Mahlites, Malchielites, Manahethites, Manassites, Maonites, Medes, Merarites, Mesopotamians, Midianites, Mishraites, Moabites / Jordanians, Mushites, Naamites, Nazarites, Nemuelites, Netophathites, Ninevites, Oznites, Palluites, Pelethites, Perizzites, Philistines, Puhites, Punites, Rechabites, Sabeans, Sardites, Sepharvites, Shaulites, Shechemites, Shelanites, Shemidaites, Shillemites, Shilonites, Shimeathites, Shimites, Shimronites, Shuhamites, Shumathites, Shunites, Shuphamites, Shuthalhites, Sidonians, Simeonites, Suchathites, Susanchites, Syrians, Tahanites, Tarpelites, Tekoites, Temanites, Tirathites, Tolaites, Uzzielites, Zareathites, Zarhites, Zebulunites, Zephonites, Zidonians / Lebanese, Ziphites, Zorathites, Zorites

Almost all of these tribes have vanished but their descendants are still hanging out in the middle east. The Syrians are still the descendants of the Syrians and the Egyptians are still the Egyptians but most of the rest of these Arab tribes / nations have been absorbed into Palestine, Iraq, Iran, Jordan, Turkey, Syrian, Saudi and Lebanon. i.e. the Moabite descendants are now called Jordanians.

Look up the word Arab in a search engine and you will find these people identified more than any other Palestinians, Iraqis, Iranians, Jordanians, Turks, Syrians, Saudis and Lebanese.

They are the descendants of the people of the bible and all the other invaders from Europe. You can use this list or go back in history and use hundreds of tribe names, but they are the descendants of the Israelites and all the rest.

The one English word that identifies the set of middle east people is the word Arab.


When I enter debates about the people of the bible and use the word Arab, I never cease to get conflicting arguments of who Arabs are.

* The same people who tell me Arabs are descendants of Ishmael also argue that Arabs are people from Saudi Arabia. Well if they are descendants of Ishmael, they are people who originated in Canaan/Israel NOT Saudi Arabia.

* Now there is a guy who tells me Arabs are descendants of Esau and also argue that Arabs are people from Saudi Arabia. If they are descendants of Esau, they are people who originated in Canaan/Israel NOT Saudi Arabia.


One of the silly pills they have swallowed is the misconception that Webster defined the meanings of words.

* Webster was not around until thousands of years after the OT had ended and

* Webster nor any other encyclopedia nor any dictionary DEFINES meanings of words.

The authors of such reference books

a) examines words by the public

b) finds out what those words mean to the public.

c) records the words by the various meanings in alphabetical order.

A cow lick can be a funny hair growth or a block of salt.

When we look at the word Arab through out history, we must look in the context and see what the use of the word has been by those who used the word.

The definition of the word is not the single use of any word, but the definitions of a word include all uses of the word.

When I use the word Arab I intend to communicate with the general public and thus the word Arab identifies the set of people I discuss.


A bug can be a mistake, an automobile or an insect, so if I said I had bugs splatter all over my windshield last night, would I be wrong?

That is exactly what my adversaries try to do when I use Arab to define the set of middle east native people. They have turned the word Arab into a dirty name and because I can prove by the scripture that the Israelites were a composite of these middle east people, they can not stand to have them called Arabs.


If my information is meant for the general public, should I not use the word used to identify the middle east people by the general public?


There used to be a game show on TV with two opposing families. The object of the game was for each family to give THE MOST COMMON USE OF SOME WORD by the audience or general public.

Is it I or my adversaries who are full of hot air?

We are all bias ( of course I am always the one who is really right )?

* I say :When people hear the word Arab, the people they think of are the middle east people... Iraqis, Egyptians, Syrians, Jordanians...( those on the map below)

* I say: The FIRST and MOST used meaning of the word Arab is the native people of the middle east.

Remember dictionaries do not invent meanings of words, they record what the words mean to the public, so we actually want to know what these words mean to the public.

Ok now let the game begin between my adversaries and myself, let's play the family feud.

* Print out the picture below

* Get yourself a pencil and paper then ask these questions

#1 What name would you give these kind of people.


Show this picture in any public place and get the response of the public.

#1 Tell me what did the public call this set of people the most?

Now you know what the word Arab means to English speaking people in our time in history. Look at your politicians, rabbis, preachers, educators, media... when they use the word Arab and when I use the word Arab, we are talking about the same people. The native people of the middle east.

The next time you hear people trying to play the musical name game, know they are liars who want to deny the Arab people of their heritage to the Israelites. They have made the word Arab stink and then they have to change what the word means.