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    I always copy my answer as I write it, if it's...

    I always copy my answer as I write it, if it's longer than 2 lines, just in case.



    I'm not convinced, but it seems to make a lot of sense given the dominant Arab haplogroups (always under J1),...
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    Poll: Unless you can prove that a significant number of...

    Unless you can prove that a significant number of genes determining facial appearance are on the Y chromosome, I think any seeming resemblance between G2a is the result of cognitive bias.
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    Several DNA projects you can find online of...

    Several DNA projects you can find online of Qureish descendants seem to confirm that (just Google "Quraysh DNA project").



    J1 is a Middle Eastern Y-haplogroup, and it originated more than 20000...
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    I don't like the subdivision on FTDNA but here...

    I don't like the subdivision on FTDNA but here you go:
    North Africa: 83%
    Southern Europe: 9%
    East Middle East: 3%
    East Central Africa: 2%
    West Africa : 2%

    I can share...
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    Not necessarily. Many ethnicities are not...

    Not necessarily. Many ethnicities are not associated with a single paternal haplogroup. While E-M81 is the most dominating Amazigh haplogroup, indicating an old massive migration into the region from...
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    I'm T1a from Morocco. My maternal ancestors are...

    I'm T1a from Morocco. My maternal ancestors are from the Middle Atlas.
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    Salut, vărul meu! Yes, it's just the paternal...

    Salut, vărul meu!
    Yes, it's just the paternal line. But over a whole population it gives you a good idea about its origins and migration path. This how we know for example that the Arabization of...
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    Hey guys! So my brother did the test on 23andme,...

    Hey guys! So my brother did the test on 23andme, and confirmed 100% that we are on the G-L91 line.



    Hey Cousin!
    Most of my father's cousins still live in Tafilalt as well. I would be...
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    It seems that it's common in Austria, Switzerland...

    It seems that it's common in Austria, Switzerland and Germany, and present in the UK and France. I think you'll learn more if you search for the parent subclade G-L497, which seemingly arose in...
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    Again, there are a few of us Moroccans (or North...

    Again, there are a few of us Moroccans (or North Africans in general) who could easily blend among Europeans. You will find individuals with very light skin, hair and eye color, especially among some...
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    E1b1b is quite prevalent in Morocco (more than...

    E1b1b is quite prevalent in Morocco (more than 80%), but typical Moroccans are brown-skinned, with some individuals having darker or lighter skin. I don't think the skin tone or color has much or...
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    G2a, Morocco

    Hi guys! I have received my DNA test results a few months ago from AncestryDNA and, using a method detailed on Genetic Genealogist blog, managed to obtain my Y-DNA haplogroup from my raw DNA file...
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