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Why is Israel the land of Kanaan?

Why is Israel referred to as the land of Kanaan and who was Kanaan? Noah had three sons Shem, Ham and Yafeth. Hams son Mitzrayim had a son Kanaan. This question has finally been explained in a physical proof discovered on a fragment photograph of The Dead Sea Scrolls found in cave #4. The opening lines of orthodox Jewish daily prayer beg the question of the verse; Remember His covenant forever, the word which He commanded to a thousand generations; the covenant which He made with Abraham, His oath to Isaac, He established it for Jacob as a statute, for Israel as an everlasting covenant, stating To you I shall give the land of Kanaan -the portion of your inheritance, when you were few, very few, and strangers in it.

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What is meant by the portion of your inheritance? The strange stylistic reference to Kanaan as the land promised to Israel is also explained by the recent Dead Sea Scrolls discovery. What was previously interpreted by mainstream theologians as the tent of Shem is now proven to mean the land of Shem and what a huge difference it makes. The discovery proves that land granted to Shem included the portion of your inheritance specifically set aside for Israel, but occupied by Kanaan when they were few, very few, and strangers in it. The explanation finally resolves a logical reading of the line - To you I shall give the land of Kanaan. Here you conclusively means Israel. Mitzrayim and his son Kanaan hated Shem because their forefather Ham sodomized his father Noah who cursed Kanaan to forever be a slave to Shem. Hams act was judged antithetical to Shem and their fathers righteous disposition. The event set up the eternal desire for Kanaan to occupy the land of his curse, but it was not the land his father Mitzrayim and grandfather Ham had been bequeathed. This is an essential legal proof of Israels continuity on the land and its indigenous right because

Abraham was Shems direct descendant as such he was in line to receive the continual passage of rights to Shems land. Further, Abraham had two sons, Ishmael and Isaac, but the same legal standard documents Ishmael was born from a mother, a descendant of Ham operating as a surrogate for Abrahams wife Sarah who relinquished Ishmael and any rights he had to ever inherit Abrahams land.