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A Historical Research of the Ten Tribes Scattered Into the Nations – Part 7

 The people of the Greater Caucasus Mountain area are subdivided into smaller diversed ethno-cultural entities. All have specific traditions and customs, folklore, cuisine, and dress, and many may speak the same language. All these groups preserve and share a common identity within their own groups, namely, their basic system of values, most based on firm Biblical principles. The 'Jews' who speak Georgian as a native language and have surnames with Georgian endings, historically have had a distinct cultural identity, but the so-called 'non-Jews' have many cultural aspects of these Jews even today. Where did this come from?

 Thus, culture is that complex whole which includes knowledge, belief, art, morals, law, custom and any other capabilities and habits acquired by a particular group of people at a particular time. This very essence over time expresses the continuities or discontinuities of social meaning of a life of a group of people.

 Multi-culturalism, as with the Greater Caucasus Mountain people, is a concept that values the peaceful coexistence and mutual respect between different cultures inhabiting the same territory. Here, 'culture' is used to describe specific practices within a subgroup of a society. In this part of the research we will look at a sub-culture of the 'Hebrew/Israelite/ Jewish people' within the Greater Caucasus people culture, as well as the prominent Jewish customs and tradition used by 'non-Judaist people'. The questions that demand clarity are: 1) where did these customs and traditions originate from and 2) why are these people using them?

 Together with the cultural research, we will also look at the social, linguistical, and national characteristics, wherever applicable, of these so-called 'non-Jewish' people.

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