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In Judaism

What is an Israelite?

Answer 1 The Israelites are the Jewish people: a person belonging to theworldwide Jewish community, claiming descent from Jacob (orconverted to it) and connected by cultural (MORE)
In Judaism

Who are the Israelites?

Hebrews and Israelites are the same people. Today they are called"Jews". The Jewish people are descendants of Abraham, whose Semiticancestors lived in the Fertile Crescent and (MORE)
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Who were the Israelites?

The Israelites were the chosen people (Exodus ch.19; Deuteronomy26:16-19) whom God brought out of Egypt under Moses, whom He chosefor that task. They were the ancestors of tod (MORE)

Who was Israelite?

Those who were descendant of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob(whose name became Israel), in Scripture.
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Who were the Israelites and what did they believe in?

A: The Bible tells us that the Israelites were the descendants of just one man, Jacob, or Israel. It says that he, in turn, was the grandson of Abraham, a man who grew up in M (MORE)

Why were israelites caled israelites?

Becauses colletively, they are the 12 sons of Israel (Jacob). The same is done for all peoples, ie... sons of Edom are called Edomites, etc. Today, true Christians are called (MORE)