Actually the hatred of the Jewish people started since Jesus was crucified. People blamed the Jews for betraying Jesus and causing him to be put to death. Jesus was a Jew himself.It was not just Hitler. Hatred of Jews started long before Hitler and that is a common misconception. If anything Hitler popularized the hatred of Jews through his campaign and he also caused the Holocaust.Edited by Mr. TigerAdditionallyActually hatred of the Jewish people can be seen far back in ancient Egypt at the time of Moses where the Pharaoh had the Jewish male children killed (Exodus 1) around 1500 B.C. This pattern is again demonstrated in the land of Canaan where the various kingdoms would seek to destroy the people of Israel.
What do you mean by 'barter'? Jesus was sold for 30 pieces of silver by Judas to the Jews.
The Jews at the time of Jesus thought they were superior to the gentiles, who were low casts to them. The jews claimed to be the direct children of Abraham. They treated the gentiles badly.
They were the Christians of their time gentiles were the followers of Jesus that we not born Jews
According to our tradition, the vast majority of the Jews at the time didn't hear of him.See also the Related Link.Why didn't the Jews accept Jesus
They were treated as outcasts because of hatred. Whether caused by ignorance, prejudice, or oppression, hatred was rampant in Jesus' day.
Most Jews at the time, and for centuries afterward, never heard of Jesus. But for those who did, the Christian narratives quote him as saying things that are not in keeping with Jewish tradition and beliefs. The primary tension between early Christians and Jews was whether or nor Jesus was the Messiah.
The Jews considered the samaratins as outcast at that time.
Today we call it anti-Semitism. At that time, the phrase hadn't yet been coined.
Jews did not sell Jews as a practice any more than American gang members sell out other gang members to the cops. (This is not to equate Jews to American gang members, but just to point out that although the practice occurs, it is not common and goes against the underpinning fabric of the organizations.) If this question is implicitly referring to the sale of Joseph to the Ishmaelites or the sale of Jesus to the Romans, these practices were few and far between. They were based on individual prejudice, personal hatred, or monetary reward.
Jews were mainly located at Judah at that time.
nothing. they didnt have spare time in those days.
The Jews were oppressed people under the Roman power during the time of Jesus.
You can get the idea of a main one by the things the Pharisees said about Jesus:Then answered the Jews, and said unto him, Say we not well that thou art a Samaritan, and hast a devil? (John 8:48)
Some of them were!
The Jews and judasim was the common religion.
Jesus, the king of all
A:The Book of Lamentations is about the condition of the Jews at the time of the Babylonian Exile. It makes no reference to Jesus.
The Jews did. It's in the Bible!
The Jews were dominated by Rome at the time.
A:Hebrew was not a language in everyday use at the time of Jesus, but was used for religious texts and ceremonies. Palestinian Jews, in Galilee and Judea, spoke Aramaic, a West Semitic language very similar to Hebrew. Jews of the diaspora mainly spoke Greek.
The Romans had their own gods and customs quite difrent from the Jews, and the Romans had them as slaves.