J2 Middle East

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6 Recent New Members
June 23 @ 4:22pm
6 new members have joined this project!
Omar Al-Katheri M.M. Bahri G.H. Sleeka A.D. Abu-Khuzam S.I. Abu-Ghaida Ninel Bejan
Joseph Sallomi Joseph Sallomi
June 22 @ 5:13am
hey! I was wondering if someone could help me analyse my kit: B204747. to my knowlege i'm full assyrian iraqi on my father's side, and a mash up of palestinian/greek/turk on my mothers. Thanks!
Jacob Metz
June 22 @ 1:04pm
this kit is not in the project
Elias Hölén Hannouch
June 23 @ 11:39am
Make your results visible to projects. Then join the Assyrian DNA Project https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/assyrian-heritage-dna-project/activity-feed
8 Recent New Members
June 22 @ 2:44pm
8 new members have joined this project!
Bill Key-Strange C/O K. Kyan Hayden (grand-daughter) Jennifer Schlauder Lin Mumtaz bostan M Alkhzraji (IQ Project) General Yoshi Aws Abbas Joseph Sallomi Alice Schlauder
Doonius . Doonius .
June 18 @ 12:32am
Dear all my kit number is m11187 and I just got the results for the Big Y test and I do not understand how to interpret the results, can anyone help me understand it? I got the result J-Z2433 can anyone give me feedback where it originated from and how long time ago, please? regards
12 Comments
Jacob Metz
June 20 @ 4:51am
The biggest problem we face today is the insufficient sampling of ancient DNA- samples dating before 3,000-7,000 years ago. Most population genetics is based upon local sample population which inhabits a certain area today; this practice often overlooks the genetic history of a given region- mass migrations due to war, famine, natural disasters, etc. Once more ancient samples are made available, it is possible that much of what has been speculated upon will be found incorrect.
Allan Benassi
June 20 @ 9:25am
Hi Jacob. Yes, there is a real lack of good quality ancient samples but fortunately J-M241 has samples already, from Western Iran. This is how geneticists know that j-m241 formed in Iran and then split into two groups - around 8600 years ago. The YFULL Tree is demonstrating this wonderfully. No ancient samples of J-M241 have ever been found in Europe.
Doonius .
June 22 @ 3:20am
west Iran is todays Ahwaz?
Allan Benassi
June 22 @ 11:13am
L283 (J2b2a1) formed in the geographical location of The Zagros mountain area of Western Persia/Iran. Z2432 (J2b2a2) is thought to have formed in Eastern Persia/Iran. I don't really know which civilisations were around in Western and Eastern Iran 8600 years ago ?
Doonius . Doonius .
June 20 @ 12:22am
Dear all I have been a member for more then 10 months since I got my 111 marker and still I am uncategorized kindly check my kit number is m11187
Abdullah Aburasheed عبدالله علي صالح ابو رشيد Abdullah Aburasheed عبدالله علي صالح ابو رشيد has a question!
June 19 @ 5:33pm
Greeting all my kit number is 394547 and iam ph 4959 can any body tell this branch generated
Talal alsayed Talal alsayed has a question!
June 17 @ 1:51pm
could you please help me to look to my result and help me to know more about my test. kit 356533
Jacob Metz
June 17 @ 10:06pm
Talal alSayed, FTDNA has you as M172 and you, like Ibn Zaherr, have a very interesting STR result. According to nevgen.com, your STR's indicate you are 54.4% likely to be Z7700, but you are also 45.6% in an unsupported subclade. The good news is that you are more than likely Z7700; the even better news is that you might be an as till now undiscovered branch of Z7700. You are grouped, for the moment, in the Z387- which is a brother clade of Z7700. I suggest you contact Kamal al Gazzah and ask his suggestion for further SNP testing.
Talal alsayed
June 18 @ 3:13pm
thanks Jacob... can you tell me clade Z7700 refer to whom.
Ibn Zahy Ibn Zahy
June 14 @ 5:27pm
Any one would help me to look to my result and help me to know more about my test
Jacob Metz
June 15 @ 11:05pm
What is your kit number?
Ibn Zahy
June 17 @ 12:29pm
m11937
Jacob Metz
June 17 @ 9:57pm
Ibn Zaherr, unfortunately, FTDNA has not provided their result for an SNP; until they do, I can only say that you have a very interesting STR result. According to nevgen.com, your STR's indicate you are 57.8% likely to be Z7700, but you are also 42.3% in an unsupported subclade. The good news is that you are more than likely Z7700; the even better news is that you will- more than likely- be an as till now undiscovered branch of Z7700.
Doonius . Doonius .
June 17 @ 1:04am
Dear all my kit number is m11187 and I just got the results for the Big Y test and I do not understand how to interpret the results, can anyone help me understand it? I got the result J-Z2433 can anyone give me feedback where it originated from and how long time ago, please? regards
HOSNI ALRIYADH HOSNI ALRIYADH has a question!
June 7 @ 4:10am
I'm new to this group (and DNA research) and looking for guidance on ordering SNPs. I'd like to narrow my surname research to a smaller and/or more focused group. Any feedback is appreciated.
2 Comments
HOSNI ALRIYADH
June 8 @ 5:15am
Thank you Mr. Jacob for your feedback.& where I can applay for test SNP's downstream of Y14696/FGC9927
Christiano Silva
June 14 @ 5:50pm
Poxa vc também é FGC9927 e nem somos parentes...rs... No Ydna 37 não tenho match nenhum.... Difícil saber mais algo sobre isso, pesquiso, pesquiso e não saio do lugar. Well you're also FGC9927 and we're not related ... rs ... Ydna 37 I do not have any match .... Hard to know anything more about this, I search, I search and I do not leave the place.
Jacob Metz
June 14 @ 10:46pm
If you are both positive for FGC9927, you are related. Both of you descended from the paternal ancestor who first developed the FGC9927 mutation. According to the Yfull team, the FGC9927 mutation developed around 8,500 years ago. It does not really matter what the STR's show in regard to the relation by SNP's- which is more precise.
Christiano Silva
June 16 @ 5:16pm
Your Confirmed Haplogroup is J-FGC9927 Haplogroup J-M172 is found at highest frequencies in the northern Middle East, west of the Zagros Mountains in Iran, to the Mediterrean Sea. It later spread throughout central Asia and south into India. J-M172 is tightly associated with the expansion of agriculture, which began about 10,000 years ago. As with other populations with Mediterranean ancestry, this lineage is found at substantial frequencies within Jewish populations.