Again, Moses himself was born in along the river Nile here in Africa, schooled in Africa, married in Africa, and therefore was an African. Moses was born by the 18th dynasty of the ancient Egyptian monarchy. Pharaoh Thutmose III, Ramases, and Hatshepsut were among the reigning Pharaohs of the 18th dynasty in Egypt when Moses was born and either of them could actually be the Pharaoh Moses had to contend with to free his people.
The above is the mummified head of king Tut. And at a grance anybody can see he was typically black in all his features. In his life time, he would have looked like someone from the region of Sudan, Kenya, Ethiopia, and Uganda.
Why is the mummy important here? The mummy becomes important because it is a physical evidence to establish the race of the Jews, Hebrews, Israelites. How? Because, according to the Torah and bible, a Pharaoh ordered that every Israelite child in Egypt must be killed, however, the Pharaoh's daughter found baby Moses floating helplessly at the banks of the river Nile and she saved him, brought Moses to the king's palace, and the king could not differentiate between Moses and his own sons. This means Moses and the king looked exactly the same!!. The Israelites and ancient Egyptians looked exactly the same. They were black!!.
The ancient Jews, Hebrews, Israelites, were blacks. If Moses and the king didn't look exactly the same, the king and the daughter would have killed him immediately. If Moses was a white man he would've been identified and killed.
Written by Africason.