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    Quote Originally Posted by KingofPhoenicia001 View Post
    Sorry, I don't understand what you mean by "if the markers are relatives". There are plenty of families with Ibrahim/Abraham in Lebanon and most are probably not related so you can't really trust them. For example, I have seen an Ibrahim with E-V12. Fun fact however, the Berri family in Tebnine is J2(M67) and Salam of Beirut are J2b1 :'D .
    Exactly and I agree. There is a flawed logic in the way my relative claimed we are just because the other family is (sayyed). I guess only Big-Y will settle this.

    And Nice to note the E-V12 and the J2 in Berri family. Salam family is also J2b1? Very interesting

    Oh and which test of the four ftDNA tests do you recommend for me to uncover my Y-DNA?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moe12 View Post
    Exactly and I agree. There is a flawed logic in the way my relative claimed we are just because the other family is (sayyed). I guess only Big-Y will settle this.

    And Nice to note the E-V12 and the J2 in Berri family. Salam family is also J2b1? Very interesting

    Oh and which test of the four ftDNA tests do you recommend for me to uncover my Y-DNA?

    https://prnt.sc/klynw8
    Well any test will get the job done, but I guess it depends on how deep you want to go and money willing to spend. I think most people get the 37 or 67.
    78.1% Lebanese (Lebanon) + 21.9% Kosovar (Kosovo) @ 3.3

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    Greetings,
    Interesting to see that G is more common in Muslims than in non-Muslims. I really wonder why. As I have a question.
    My friend, bears a specific surname. He also was paired with another man with the same surname from the Palestinian territories. Their haplogroup was G-M201.
    And according to nevgen.org his predicted haplogroup is G2a2b2a1c. Is there any information we know about possible historical populations/ancestries of this particular sub-clade in Lebanon?

    Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moe12 View Post
    Greetings,
    Interesting to see that G is more common in Muslims than in non-Muslims. I really wonder why. As I have a question.
    My friend, bears a specific surname. He also was paired with another man with the same surname from the Palestinian territories. Their haplogroup was G-M201.
    And according to nevgen.org his predicted haplogroup is G2a2b2a1c. Is there any information we know about possible historical populations/ancestries of this particular sub-clade in Lebanon?

    Thanks!
    G2a2b2a1c has been found in early neolithic farmers from Anatolia. Could be ancient or perhaps any settlers from Anatolia. Haplogroup G is very tricky

    Not sure if G2a2b2a1c = CTS342 but CTS342 is found in Europe
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    Thanks!
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    Why are R1b and I very high in Druze?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moe12 View Post
    Why are R1b and I very high in Druze?
    I is high in Druze? please share.

    I remember being depressed after reading a Lebanese Y-dna paper that had about 900 samples, 5% were I, none of them were I2c2(I-Y16419)

    sorry, I realized you were talking about the first post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IronHorse View Post
    I is high in Druze? please share.

    I remember being depressed after reading a Lebanese Y-dna paper that had about 900 samples, 5% were I, none of them were I2c2(I-Y16419)

    sorry, I realized you were talking about the first post.
    I was referring to the image in the first post. 7.8% in Druze is higher than every other religious sect.

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    (I don't know why the attached image is still there, sorry anyways. Look at the first image)
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    Quote Originally Posted by IronHorse View Post
    I is high in Druze? please share.

    I remember being depressed after reading a Lebanese Y-dna paper that had about 900 samples, 5% were I, none of them were I2c2(I-Y16419)

    sorry, I realized you were talking about the first post.
    Also, are all of the I samples linked to crusades?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moe12 View Post
    I was referring to the image in the first post. 7.8% in Druze is higher than every other religious sect.

    Screenshot_7.png

    (I don't know why the attached image is still there, sorry anyways. Look at the first image)
    Yes thank you, I remembered it was this study https://www.cell.com/ajhg/fulltext/S...ajhg-site#app2

    Zalloua(2008), I used nevgen's predictor on the STR of haplogroup I provided, they were diverse and weird, I remember finding the Sardino-Iberian subclade and other things, while some didn't predict I but C, G, and H.

    I was hoping to find some I-Y16419, because I observed that most of the weird stuff in the Arabian peninsula (like R1b, Q, G2a, L, J2 subclades) seem to be a subset of Levantine lineages, so I thought I2c2 should also be found there, there is currently one Lebanese member in the I2c project.

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