Paternal haplogroups are families of Y chromosomes that all trace back to a single mutation at a specific place and time. By looking at the geographic distribution of these related lineages, we learn how our ancient male ancestors migrated throughout the world.
Haplogroup: E1b1a, a subgroup of E
Age: 20,000 years
Example Populations: Bantu-speakers, African Americans
Highlight: E1b1a is the most common Y-chromosome haplogroup among African-American men.
(E1b1a8a) This is my DNA = Eastern Indian, Southern Asian, Middle Eastern, Scandinavian, Columbian, Mexican, Native American, British, Irish, Egyptian and Sahara west African. Israel is NE Africa. DNA does not lie, Game Over! Shalom!