Thursday, March 02, 2017
New DNA analysis technology shows that Yiddish, the historic language of Ashkenazi Jews, may have originated in northeastern Turkey, according to a study by an Israeli-born researcher...
Benjamin Freedman (who was a wealthy Jew who converted to Catholicism) told us in the 1960's of the origin of the Ashkenazi Jews and being that of the Turkish Khazar empire. As did the book: The Thirteenth Tribe.
Here is an ancient piece of art from the Khazar Empire - note the "star" on the Khazarian warriors shield.