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We know the land of Midian, in which Moses met Zipporah, is in Arabia.
 The most likely scenario, then, is that the Cushite women of Numbers 12 is really the Midianite Zipporah.
The patriarchs invested great effort and grief into avoiding it.
When Abraham sent his servant to find a wife for Isaac he told him to return to his own ethnic group to get her: “Put your hand under my thigh.
God appears to have agreed with Isaac's ethnocentric view because he chose Jacob (the younger son) to be the father of his people over the elder son Esau who had corrupted Abraham's line by marrying outside his ethnic group. Supporters of interracial marriage often seek examples from the Bible.
The most common of these is Moses' alleged Afroethnic wife in Numbers 12: “Miriam and Aaron began to talk against Moses because of his Cushite wife, for he had married a Cushite.” The problem with interpreting this passage as an interracial marriage is that supporters of this view make two huge unlikely assumptions.
NATION OF ISRAEL Interracial marriage is discouraged throughout the Bible.
In the book of Ezra, the Israelites repented of their abandonment of God.
Does God want Christians to foolishly enter unstable marriages and risk the breakup of their families just to fight racism?
The servant later restated Abraham’s words: “go to my father’s family and to my own clan, and get a wife for my son.” In the following generation, Isaac and Rebeka repeated this process with Jacob.
Esau married outside his ethnicity which nearly destroying his mother.
Firstly, they argue that Cush was located south of Egypt in the modern day Sudan/Eritrea/Ethiopian region (an area that was generally inhabited by dark skinned people).
However, the name Cush is also applied to the region directly across the Red Sea in the Arabian Peninsula.