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Where are the Twelve Tribes of Israel Today?
The 12 tribes of Israel were formed through the sons of Jacob, his name was
later changed to Israel. They consisted of, listed in the order from oldest to youngest: Reuben, Simeon, Levi, Judah, Dan, Naphtali, Gad, Asher, Issachar, Zebulun, Joseph, and Benjamin.
Two of Israel's sons did not received an inheritance of land (no tribe),
Joseph and Levi:
The Twelve Tribes of Israel
Judah - Jews - The southern 2 tribes of Israel
Israel - Israelites - The northern 10 tribes of Israel
Where are the tribes of Israel today?
Below is a list of the major countries where the children of Israel migrated to after their captivity.
This information is based on historical and linguistic evidence, but not all are known with absolute certainty.
The following identifications are generalities, in addition, national borders do not always constitute
their boundaries. Many gentile nations (gentiles are those of non-Israelitish backgrounds) have mingled in these same countries, particularly in major metropolitan areas.
Judah - Primarily nation of Israel but also scattered among other people