Israel has identified a displaced tribe among the Mizo People
My friend Marcia just sent me this link and it is mind-boggling. Two of our Burmese families (Vena and Sante) are Mizo Chin. They are a subset of a group that live in the Indian State of Mizoram. They speak the same language and cross the borders frequently.
According to the linked story Israel has identified the lost tribe of Manasseh as having been displaced to NE India (the Mizoram State) during the Assyrian dispersion (II Kings 18:11-12). Check out this link and remember to pray for God’s chosen people of Israel.
According to Israeli researchers, the region of India where the tribe of Manassah was displaced is two states that border Myanmar. The Manipur and Mizoram states share a common border with the Burmese Sagaing Division. The Mizoram state shares a common border with the Burmese Chin State. The Mizo people tend to live in the northern tip of the Chin State. Here is a map.
Posted on March 14, 2013, in Uncategorized and tagged Assyrian, Burmese language, Chosen people, Israel, Jew, Land of Israel, Mizoram, Northeast India, Tribe of Manasseh. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.