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Who lead judaisam?
Judaism is the faith of the Jews. Followers of the God Jehovah, Yahweh. The Jews consider the father of their faith to be Moses, who led the Jews from a captivity in Egypt about 4500 years ago, to their "Promised Land" in what is to day called Israel. ...
What area did the balfour declaration promise the Jews as a homeland?
It was Israel (then called the British Mandate of Palestine).
What did the Balfour declaration promise the Jews in Palestine?
The Balfour Declaration promised the Jews a homeland in Palestine subject to the rights of the Palestinians. ...
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What was the political policy impact of the Balfour declaration post World War 2?
The Balfour declaration called for the establishment of a Jewish state in the Jews ancestral homeland of Israel ...
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How did study keep the faith of Jews alive?
Study in God kept the faith of the Jews in God because their religious teachers and leaders built places called synagogues for learning, prayer, and worship to their God. Jewish Answer: Study lets us know what our faith includes and what God requires us to do. ...
Was there any influence by people of Jewish faith to the signers of the American Declaration of Independence?
No. The Jewish population in the Thirteen Colonies (2,500) was too minimal to have influenced the signers of the American Declaration of Independence. The true influence behind the American Declaration of Independence was the philosophy of John Locke and the general concepts of the Enlightenment. This is not to say that the Declaration of Independence is contrary to Jewish values, merely that no Jews had influence in its creation. Jews do oppose singular tyranny and have done so throughout history, usually because those...