In the meantime, thank you to those who have contacted me through this blog. There is a good number of Palestinian people who are interested in their ancient roots and I am glad to know I'm not alone! I appreciate the interest, support, and participation. Feel free to ask me any questions about your testing or what we have learned so far, and I will do my best to answer. It might take me a few days to respond, but I promise I will get back to you. Also, please be sure that firstname.lastname@example.org is on your safe list. A few times people have not been getting my replies. Thank you!
Follow along as I post results and interpretations of various DNA tests conducted on my Palestinian Christian family members. For a condensed version, read the Summary page for key findings. For more in-depth review, the other pages & blog posts will offer detailed and specific information. Use the labels to find posts relating to the Pages above or family surnames. Feel free to contact me at email@example.com.
Thursday, February 12, 2015
I have a number of updates to share with you and hope to give more details soon. Big Y results for a Beit Sahour native have come in and show 29 unique snps. My great-uncle's results also just came in and I have yet to fully review them, but will post more on that soon.
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