In the New Testament, John 8 records a polemic between Jesus and the Roman citizens of Judea (Idumean Freedmen who were probably Amalekites) expanding on the Baptist's warning against the Pharisees and Sadducees claiming Abraham as their father (Matt 3:7-8) John later refers to them as "those who call themselves 'Jews but are not', but are a Synagogue of Satan" (Revelations 2:9 and 3:9). Jesus warned his disciples against the yeast of the Pharisees and Herod (Mark 8:15) which is reminded to us again by Gamaliel's student Paul the Benjaminite Pharisee of their Freedmen's Synagogue in his Epistle to the Galatians against Peter's Judaizers (2:14). Yet we see that Paul himself circumcised St. Timothy in Acts 16:3. So what is all the fuss about? The answer is of course that only the lost children of Israel must come as Jews while all others must come as they are. Sadly, too many ministers in Christ's Government over the past 2000 years have failed to remember that simple tradition and have branded many who kept it as Judaizers misdirecting Paul's words against them. Perhaps we should take Revelations 2:9 more literally when it says they call themselves "Jews but are not".

Although the state of Israel recognizes Karaims as Jews and they are indeed Hebrews they are actually only an uncircumcised Samaritan-like group. According to the original tradition of Christ's government, Zera Yisroel Karaimite-Subbotniks must join the circumcision, others don't. Therefore it would be best if any Karaims descended from Israelites were to join the circumcision as Jews rather than remain as if they are "Jews but are not" simultaneously.

On this page you will find examples of lost Children of Israel who have joined the Circumcision over the Millennia.

Although the Khazars descended from men of the Israelite exiles who mixed with Turkic women, they were largely shammanized though Dyophysite Christianity had made inroads among such Huns until their convertion to the Umayyad faith was completed in 737AD. And what was the Umayyad faith? To say Islam is to ignore the history of Islam's development.

Islam was created by the Abbasids. Before that, the religion of the Umayyads, as described by Robert Spencer and David Wood  was some sort of Judaized Persian Christianity led by a Rosh al Ma'amed (the MHMT of the Tayaye/ishmaelites). In fact the Quran regurgitates much of the Palestinian Talmud and its view of Jesus is clearly influenced by the Toledoth Yeshu from which the Arabic name Isa derives. It is for that reason that Gazarians still respect the Quran as a guidance for the gentiles. For the Judaizers, the word Muhammad referred to Jesus's body and before that to the Temple in Jerusalem (Ezekiel 24) until the Abbasids invented Sunnism's "Pasul" Fairy-tale Arabian Prophet by that same name. Likewise the Ummayads made the temple mount in Jerusalem their Qibla before the Abbasids changed it to Mecca. When the Abbasids rose to power Anan ben David's representative Yitzhak Sangari (d.767AD) brought the Ishmaelite Ma'amed to refuge with the Khazars who they led into Qaraite Judaism.

Thus the Khazars were originally Shammanic Turkic followers of the Umayyad Notzri faith until the arrival of Sangari. Later in 861 the Aq-Khazars invited Cyril and Methodius to debate with the Abbasid representative and Babylonian Talmudic Jews. The result of the debate was that the Aq-Khazars left Qaraite Judaism to adopt Rabbinical Judaism and became the Ashkenazim while the Qara-Khazars held onto Qaraite Judaism and became the Gazarians.

The layers of Shammanism, early Christianity, then Ummayad influence, and finally Qaraite Judaism are all still visible in the modern Gazarian religion.