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Answer The Jews did not kill Jesus. The Jewish leaders were instrumental in getting Him executed, but they did not crucify Him. The Jewish Sanhedrin was able to try Jesus for blasphemy under Mosaic law (Luke 22:71) and succeeded, but could not pass the penalty of execution because they did not have…
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%DETAILS% Are you thinking of Albany Park? Lawrence nr Kimball(once a heavily Jewish neighborhood, Now heavily Korean, etc); North Park?, Just directly North; Or North Uptown?, Broadway nr Argyle?.   The area which comes to mind would be south of Madison and west of Halstead. Anyone else o…
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%DETAILS% Answer Could be the vandals or the Hebrew religion using the ones more frequently in Forest Park, Norridge, Skokie, The one on 6300 W. Addison could be the reasons.
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Jews were looked down on until they were accepted members of the community. This has gradually occured, however pre world war two there were many who shared the nazi ideology outside of Germany, including New Yorkers dare I say it. However, New York is a city of multi ethnic make up and growth, and …
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To the best of my knowledge none of the major leaders of the Revolution were Jewish. It would be very interesting to know what the thoughts of the Jewish population of the colonies were on the great issues of the day. Some of the founding fathers were deists. From what I have read though that deism …
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At all times in public by Jews, in Nazi-occupied Europe. The Star of David was a means of identification, to allow the Nazis, citizens etc. to know who was Jewish so they could treat them as called for by Nazi policy. It was introduced in September 1941 in Germany and the occupied territories, but…
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No, they didn't. Germany's economic troubles after WWI were partly due to the damage of the war itself, partly due to the punitive measures in the Treaty of Versailles and partly due to Germany's own economic policies. It had nothing to do with Jews. The idea of some secret conspiracy of mysterious…
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Hi David,She did not. No state did. In fact, nobody else did either.Some efforts were made by a number of individuals in most European nations, who however were not representatives of anybody but themselves. US citizens had no chance to help on an individual basis, as they did not suffer Nazi occupa…
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No, there was no Jewish "war" against Germany. One only hears about this "war" in Nazi propaganda.The notion that "the Jews" [collectively or worldwide] 'waged [or declared] war on Germany' is utterly preposterous. "The Jews" had no soldiers. "The Jews" didn't have even one tank, one military airpla…
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After the war many European Jews had no place to go and it was decided that part of Palestine would become a Jewish state.   The founding of the nation of Israel after w.w.2 originates in a letter sent by British Foreign Secretary Arthur J. Balfour to Lord Rothschild, (the banker) and leader …
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Scriptural Narrative 1. The explanation in the Bible is that it started with a man named Abraham who lived in Ur [Babylon]. God commanded him to move to Caanan, so he did, taking with him Abraham, his son, and Sarah, his wife. * Then there was Joseph [the one with the colourful coat]. After being s…
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In Sunni Islam, the imam of a masjid is simply a well educated man who should also be adherent to (of course) and have some level of knowledge of people traditions. His education may be formal or not, depending on availability within a particular community. Often, he is the one who has memorized mos…
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That is a question of faith, not history. But there are some people, especially Biblical Christians, who believe that is true. That is actually a line from the Old Testament, or Hebrew Scriptures. It was applying to the nation of Israel, not necessarily today's modern State of Israel. Answer 2 …
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Jacob was the father of the Israelites (Jews). His sons were the ancestors of the twelve tribes. Esau (Edom) is the traditional ancestor of the Edomites. The Israelites and Edomites were frequent rivals, just as Jacob and Esau were bitter rivals. Jacob and Esau were twin brothers born to Isaac and R…
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"Mc" is a Scottish prefix (meaning 'from', I believe). The word originally was Gaelic (Irish)-- it means 'a helmet'. The word Maccabee is a Biblical Hebrew word with the root MKB, meaning 'hammer'. I doubt there is any relationship.
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1 All Jews originally come from Judeah. read the Bible, particularly the books of Kings, Chronicles, Ezra and Nehemiah to learn more about their ancient history. They were eventually conquered by the Romans. Late in the first century A.D. the Romans destroyed the Jewish Kingdom once and for all and …
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11,000 American Jewish soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines were killed in World War II. Overall, some 300,000 Jewish soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines died serving in the armies of the Allies as well as the Partisans in Eastern Europe during in World War II; and between 1,000,000 and 1,500,000…
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not sure exactly but my guess would be it reknewed the faith of some of the Jews still surviving, they realized now that there was a least some glimmer of hope.
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Answer No. MLM Answer Absolutely. They probably would've kept their religion secret, but I truly believe there would've been Jews. A religion only dies out when the people themselves stop believing. Answer A complex answer to a hypothetical question. There were countries not conquered by …
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The lyrics as taught to my mother by a Jewish sorority sister in the late 1950s are: Marching forth with roses, Join the ranks of Moses, Fight! Fight! Fight for Palestine! Haters of ham and gravy, Join the Hebrew navy, Fight! Fight! Fight for Palestine! (chorus) Grab that helmet! Squeeze …
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Is it any wonder the Jews feel persecuted when questions like this are asked ? There is no known connection between Jews and the reasons for WW1, and as their role in WW2 is based on what Adolf Hitler was doing in Germany, what sort of reference is he to base a balanced opinion on ? As for WW3 who c…
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The great majority of them (about 90%) were murdered by German soldiers. Initially, many of them were forced to live in appalling conditions in ghettos established by the Nazis. Warsaw, Krakow and Lodz (Litzmannstadt) are among the best known. Late in 1941, Chelmno extermination camp was establ…
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Jews during Holocaust Jews were taken to concentration camps where they had to work from early in the morning until late in the night. A total of six million Jews were killed. Often there would be hundreds of people taken and burned, slapped, gassed, shot. Many would have to dig their own grave befo…
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Religion was not the inspiration of the Nazi. Racial identity and so called racial purity based on an ideological mythology, created from a number of romanticized occult and new age neo-Pagan sources. "Aryans" who converted and practiced Judaism were not interred in concentration camps...they we…
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What do you mean by "What countries did the Jews affect during World War 2?" The were the ones effected by Hitler and his Nazi murders. Over 6 million murdered, for just being Jewish. hehe haha
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The Nazi leadership consisted of ardent devotees of conspiracy theories that claimed that the Jews had caused Germany's defeat in World War 1 and had caused the Great Depression. Many Germans found this kind of thing hard to believe. ___ Most German Jews were well assimilated. (Germany was the bi…
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The Germans had a difficult time accepting that they had lost WWI. After WWI, the German Army was still in France and basically walked home, so no direct invasion of Germany occured. After the war, the myth emerged that in fact Germany HADN'T been beaten, that the German Army had been stabbed in the…
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Answer In most of Nazi controlled Europe the Jews were put in concentration camps where they were worked, starved, and tortured until they died. Answer Jews were more than worked to death! Life in in Germany was hell even before the death camps but as for those camps; Jews were forced from th…
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Answer AConversion to Judaism was the intention of Jesus It is difficult to affirm a concrete dogma considering all the New Testament data that may lead people to think contrary to conversion to Judaism. Nonetheless, based on the evidence I've uncovered thus far, I believe that conversion to Judaism…
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Persecution of Jews No, alleged involvement in the Roman crucifixion of Jesus Christ cannot explain the historical persecution of Jews. It is much more complicated. Anti-Semitism existed before Christ and has existed in many forms since. The European Holocaust is one stark example that had nothing …
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American troops liberated several of the Nazi concentration camps, including Dachau Buchenwald and Mauthausen, but did not fight any direct battles to save European Jews. It was only after most of the SS troops retreated that they liberated the camps. ___ All the large extermination camps were…
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Kosher hot dogs are all beef. Non kosher ones are usually a mixture of beef and pork. Also kosher hot dogs are made from animals that have been slaughtered according to Jewish law; the animal's lungs have been inspected after slaughter to make sure they were healthy; and the meat has been treated wi…
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the aryans considered themselves the epitome of men, anything not measuring up to the aryan standard was a sub-species and the further away for the ideal the less the race. this was a reason that in the pre-war Olympics when a black American outran the best athlete whom Hitler could offer, he was so…
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Answer There was an explosion of hatred against the Jews in much of Europe from about 1095 onwards and it lasted, with intervals, for the rest of Middle Ages. It seems that some unscrupulous crusaders decided to plunder the Jews in the Rhineland and, in some cases, avoid fighting in the Middle Ea…
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Answer 1 This is a really strange question with several answers. First of all, to clarify: the Jews did not kill Jesus. The Catholic Church even issued an apology for that one. Second, Jesus was never a king. He was a rabbi, a teacher. Third, you don't have to be Jewish to hate Nazis. Fourth, Hi…
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One of the ways was through informers, who were rewarded for reporting Jews in hiding. The Gestopo found citizens. They asked them to turn in any Jews they knew of. The Geheime Staatspolizei would threaten to kill the citizens if they didn't turn in any Jews. Also, they would wander the street at n…
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As a general rule people who hate a particular race, religion or creed do so because of fear or ignorance. It is also encouraged by people with an agenda against that group, using propaganda, half truths and lies. Hatred also underlies much violence in the world. If people stopped exerting so much e…
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The SS headed by Himmler was in charge of the carrying out the Holocaust. The detailed planning was overseen by Heydrich until his assassination in May 1942, then by Eichmann.i have a crossword puzzle that only has 4 boxes, yet it is this question
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Islam doesn't fight anyone. In fact a Muslim is no Muslim unless he believes in Moses and Jesus as prophets sent by Allah to guide people to the right path just as Muhammad (PBUH) is. Islam teaches people how to be tolerant with all other people of all faiths unless they-other people-started war. O…
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Most of the killing took place in Poland and Eastern Europe. The various articles in Wikipedia on the individual extermination camps are roughly as follows:Auschwitz-Birkenau: 1.1 million (minimum, of whom about 960,000 were Jews)Belzec: 435,000 Jews plus an unknown number of RomaChelmno: 152,000-15…
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These are two separate, but interrelated questions. For information solely on "Why do people hate the Jews" and "Why do people hate Israel" see the links below. This answer will speak solely to the conflagration of hating Jews and Israel. Answer 1 For so many people, both Jews and non-Jews, Israel i…
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The relatively few Jews in Australia during World War 2 didn't face much of a threat since Australia came out of the war largely unscathed.
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Jews traditionally believe in an afterlife, but the focus of the Jewish religion is on life on earth and interactions between people, following God's laws, etc. This is one main difference between Judaism and Christianity, which is heavily focused on an afterlife. They have this answer: Simply put,…
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No, I don't believe they were aliens. It talks about the sons of God taking wives of the daughters of men, and the offspring being called Nephilim or giants. There are generally 3 differing views on who the sons of God were. 1) the men from the line of Seth, 2) rulers and kings, and 3) fallen angels…
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Jews are monotheistic, which means that there is only One God in Judaism. Jews hold this to be a very important belief; and the fundamental Jewish prayer (from Deuteronomy ch.6) is: "Hear, O Israel, the Lord our God, the Lord is One." God is referred to in Judaism by numerous names (God, Lord, Ma…
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In the Bible, Abraham was called the first Hebrew. Answer 2: According to tradition, Abraham founded Judaism, and Moses later received the Torah from God. Abraham (18th century BCE) came from ancestry that had been God-fearing a couple of centuries earlier but had afterwards slipped into idolatr…
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The roots of Judaism date back to around 1800 BCE, when Abraham refused to worship the idols which were common during that period. He is considered by most Jews to have been the first to believe in a single God. Judaism in its more organized form began with Moses, who is believed to have received th…
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Christian Answer How, is by the words of the bible. In certain passages throughout exodus and other books in the bible, the Jewish people are described as Gods chosen people. Either by writers speaking that the phrase came from God himself, or from writers quoting words spoken by prophets. The best…
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Answer If you mean in Nazi Germany and the countries under its control, the vast majority of them were murdered. Michael Montagne
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The word comes from the Jewish word "Sepharad," referring to a particular location. As used today it means "Spanish" and specifically refers to the Jews on the Iberian Peninsula before they were expelled in the 15th century. It also refers to the liturgy, customs, and traditions of that community.
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Judaism developed historically in the Near East over many centuries. Under the Roman Empire, Jewish communities were established outside the Near East, but in 70 CE the Romans destroyed the temple in Jerusalem, and the Jews scattered in the Diaspora. The Hebrews were led by moses, out of Egypt, a…
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Answer 1 No. Being born in Israel makes you an Israeli. Being Jewish is an ethno-religious identity. Most Israelis are Jewish, but being born in Israel is not a criterion for being Jewish; conversion to Judaism or being born to a Jewish mother is. Answer 2 You're Jewish if one of your parents are J…
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The answer to this question is greatly affected by what religion the answerer is. Please see the following views: Jewish Answer: It wasn't an evil tree, it was the tree of knowledge of good and evil. The common interpretation is that God did intend for Adam and Chava (Eve) to eat from this tree. …
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There is no certainty to this issue but probably 30% is close. Due to falsification of records after the war, lack of clear census data, etc. there is no way to get a correct answer to this question. Answer 2 About 30-35%. There was no 'falsification of records'. Answer 3 Estimates of the world…
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Diaspora is defined as anywhere outside of (the Biblical area called) Israel. Diaspora signifies the expulsion of the Jews from the Land of Israel by the Romans, among others.
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This question is very controversial. As a result, the answers have been split between those who believe that Jesus differed from Judaism and discuss those differences and those who believe that Jesus did not differ from Jewish teachings and their reasons: Jesus Differed From Judaism Answer 1: He…
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The Egyptians and Mesos were deeply involved in the worship of idols[ representations of animals, humans, stars, sun, moon etc.] or things created. Whereas the Jews only worshiped the creator who is invisible, thus no images. It was Abraham who left UR of the Caldeans at Gods command to go to what …
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Answer Disney.com provides the following answer: "Kosher dietary needs can be accommodated at most table-service restaurants. Request this service 24 hours in advance at (407) WDW-DINE. In addition, kosher food products are available at select merchandise locations throughout Walt Disney World R…
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The sacrifices only ended because the Temple fell; the Romans destroyed it in 70 CE. Jews are not allowed to offer sacrifices anywhere else (Deuteronomy ch.12). Also, in Judaism the sacrifices were only for unintentional sins - and they were never the only route to atonement. They were used primaril…
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None, unless possibly you mean Christianity.
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Origins of the Word Jew The word Jew came from the name Judah, who was one of the 12 sons of Jacob, from whom the 12 tribes of Israel are descended. When the Jews were expelled from the Land of Israel, the tribe of Judah was the last to go and the tribe from which most present-day Jews are consider…
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Well, there isn't a for sure answer on your question but there are many theories like some people may be jealous because they are smart and and ahead in technology or some people may have been on Germany's side during the holocaust.
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Jews are members of one of the oldest religions, the religion of Moses. The line between being a member of the religion and being of the Jewish "race" seems to be difficult even for Jews to define; however most Jews consider Judaism a religion, rather than a race. The Torah is a partial history of…
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Answer in the form of another question: Why is any individual or group persecuted or discriminated against? Answer After World War 1, Germany was not allowed to trade freely with other European nations because of their actions during the war. As a result, Germany felt the affects of the great dep…
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Jewish History Answer No, all Jews do not have the same culture, unless "culture" is used fairly broadly. All Jews do share some cultural values. But Jews live in many different parts of the world, and practice their faith in different ways. Significantly, there are liberal and conservative Jews…
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The Jewish religion is neither growing nor shrinking. It is at a steady 14 million. The Orthodox community is growing, while the non-religious Jewish community shrinks due to low birthrate and intermarriage.
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Answer 1 Because they had nowhere else to go. Europe gave them a home in Palestine as a way of saying sorry but what the fault of the Palestinian people who are being forced to leave their homes. they were in no part involved in the killing of the Jews. Europe is trying to amend one of their sins by…
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Other answers from our community: This is a tenet of non-apostate religion, and it is called the doctrine of sufficiency: that the Bible contains all that is or ever can be necessary for the benefit of man. Definition:- Article 6 'Of the sufficiency of Holy Scriptures for salvation', from "The …
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To a some extent they never have recovered. I don't think anyone can say the European Jewish community has 'recovered'.___How can a community, a people recover from something as traumatic and horrific as the Holocaust? There's a phrase used in connection with the Armenian Holocaust that springs to m…
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Answer Many carried the psychological scars for the remainder of their lives. They lost loved ones, and were brutaly injured and killed mercilessly. They lost all they had worked for, and treated no better than animals. Racism destroyed their lives, They died in agony. They were stacked and b…
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hiok, the only way d-day affected the Jewish people was by bringing them one step closer to freedom. because of d-day the allies had entrance to Europe, they took France and proceded into Germany. on their way into Germany, they freed the Jewish people from the camps they were in. if the invasion ha…
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Answer 1 The Star of David is literally modeled after the shield of the young Israelite warrior David, who would later become King David. In order to save metal, the shield was not made of metal but of leather spanned across the simplest metal frame that would hold the round shield: two interlockin…
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All of the answers below assume that the Biblical account is historically accurate, in that there were any group of people who could actually be categorized as Israelites, that they were in Egypt, and that they experienced an Exodus. There is, however, almost no evidence for that belief. Read some e…
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According the Bible, Judaism began with Abraham in Genesis ch. 12. Abraham was born in the Hebrew year 1948 (1812 BCE). Abraham was called the Hebrew in Genesis 14:13, since he was a descendant of Eber, father of the Hebrews. Abram was a citizen of Ur of the Chaldees, a region in what is now in Ira…
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Answer They got killed by the Nazis intruding where they lived and they sent them to these camps where they would starve them and they put them in these so called "showers" and would spray chemicals on them and when they smelled that it killed them.
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A person is Jewish if: their mother is Jewish or they convert to the Jewish religion. If a person doesn't fall into one of these two groups they are not Jewish. Jews are part of the religion Judaism, but Jews are also a family and a people. The Jewish homeland is Israel. If a person is born to a J…
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Throughout the 1800s, most of the world's Jews lived in Eastern Europe. Although their rights were not the same as those in Western Europe there were signs of improvement in the middle of the century. This optimism halted abruptly in 1881 when violent pogroms erupted after the assassination of Tsar …
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Answer It made it so that nobody of Jewish decent could do anything with other Germans.
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In Denmark there was a specific harbor you could see the coastline of Sweden. It was a fishing dock. The fishermen could smuggle the Jews out of Denmark and into Sweden in a matter of hours.  The distance between Copenhagen and Malmo in southern Sweden is not very great.
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The designation �Hebrew� is first used for Abram, distinguishing him thereby from his Amorite neighbors. (Ge 14:13) the Biblical evidence is that �Hebrew� (`Iv�ri�) comes from the name Eber (`E�ver), that of the great-grandson of Shem and an ancestor of Abraham. (Ge 11:10-26) Mandate o…
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Answer Passover begins on the 15th day of Nisan on the Hebrew calendar. Due to the rules involved in the Hebrew calendar, the actual day according to the Gregorian calendar usually varies between early March and late April. See the Related Link titled "Wikipedia: Hebrew Calendar" for more informa…
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Thinking of it as a religious conflict only confuses things. Israel is an attempt by the Jews as a people to have their own country in their historic homeland. They did not do this by stealing the land, but by buying it and developing it. Most of the people who did this were not religious. Because m…
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Answer 1 Palestinian Jews had been living in what is now Israel for 3000 years - continuously. Whereas the Palestinian Arabs were largely Arabs from surrounding nations who were drawn to the area *after* the Jews irrigated the land and started transforming swamp and desert into a viable place to liv…
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Yom Kippur (Leviticus ch.23) is the Jewish day of repentance, considered to be the holiest and most solemn day of the year. Its central theme is atonement and reconciliation. Eating, drinking, washing, cosmetics, wearing leather shoes, and conjugal relations are prohibited (Mishnah, Yoma 8:1). Fasti…
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Most Jews, like everyone else in concetration camps (miscreants, the "undesired", gypsies, etc.) died primarily by malnutrition and/or disease. It's highly contested (and a topic of great contention) as to whether or not "gas chambers" were for anything more than delousing with the chemical called …
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God Abraham Moses David According to Genesis 29:35, Leah gave birth to Judah at about 1750 BCE. His father Jacob was the son of Isaac, the son of Abraham. This was the beginning of all twelve Israeli tribes, Judah being one of them. Genesis chapter 49 tells of a gathering of the twelve to the…
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Short answer: because they had been persecuted just about everywhere else they went. Slightly longer answer: because at the end of WW2, they were looking for a place to set up a Jewish State where people who hated them would leave them alone, and at the time, nobody wanted the land that is now Israe…
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Right now (2013) there are 11 Jewish senators and 22 Jewish members of the House of Representatives.
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A: Many prefer to see this conflict in terms of religion, since a religious imprimatur absolves an aggressor of any moral responsibility. However, it is really about land. Whether or not the Jews of the early twentieth century felt a longing to live in what was then called Palestine, and whether or …
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Answer 1 This is an important question. Why is there so much antisemitism (hatred or prejudice against Jewish people) in the world now, and why has there been in the past? Here are some opinions from various contributors 1. We don't know. 2. They have set themselves apart. Jews have been remarkably…
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This is a complicated question because the answer is complex and can become inflammatory quite easily. The following are answers given by various WikiAnswers users speculating why some people claim to hate the Jews. These views are not necessarily endorsed by the people who gave them, and are certai…
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There are about 14 million Jews in the world as of 2010; 6.2 million in Asia (including Israel), 5.5 million in America, two million in Europe and 100,000 in Africa. Out of the world's population of seven billion, the Jews are about 0.2%. And yet Jews have earned 22% of all individual recipients o…
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Roughly 0.2% (two tenths of one percent).
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Answer 1 - Christian PerspectiveHe was threatening their power. The excuse that they used to legalize his death on the cross was he had blasphemed by saying he was the son of God.Answer 2 - Christian PerspectiveA good question. Actually, it was the Pharisees and the Sadducees that wanted Jesus to di…
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No. Jews and Arabs are different races, although both are Semitic. Muslims are followers of Islam, which is a religion; Muslims can be of any race, ethnicity, descent, etc. God and Allah are different names for the same deity. Jews originating from the Middle East are of the same semitic bloodli…
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Answer Assalaamu alaykum! [translation required] Qur'an explains the common words between us as follows: Qur'an[3.64]:"Say: 'People of the Book (Jews and Christians), let us come to a common word between us and you that we will worship none except Allah (The God), that we will associate none wit…
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The earliest written text concerning kosher food and food preparation appears in the Bible, specifically the book of Leviticus (ch.11), which lays out all the religious laws. It started when the mandate of the Torah was given to Israel. According to tradition, the Torah was given in 1312 BCE. Ans…
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Jerusalem is both the capital of Israel and also one of the four holy cities. The others are: Hebron, Zefat and Tiberias. Jerusalem is the home of the Wailing Wall or Kotel, the last remaining wall of the Second Temple, and this is the holiest site in Israel. Answer: Jerusalem is the holy city of…
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All over the world, that is, in almost all countries. Jews make up less than 0.2% of the world's population. Answer: Basically...wherever there are people, some of them will be Jews. (However, you will find very few Jews - if any - in Muslim countries, including Jordan, Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, UA…
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