The way that this question is phrased would offend numerous people because it assumes that the Jews were guilty of committing some sort of offense and were therefore rightfully castigated. This is not the case in the slightest. Jews (on the whole) never did anything worth punishing them for in the same way that Africans (on the whole) never did anything to merit enslavement. These actions were taken on account of bigotry and self-supremacy, not based on any system of equitable justice.
Jews received every type of maltreatment possible over the course of time. They have been enslaved, tortured, evicted, overtaxed, denied the right to movement, had their religion suppressed, had their families ripped from them, were attacked in their own homes, were summarily executed, were executed by genocide, denied the right to self-protection, restricted in their choice of occupation, denied voting or land acquisition rights, forced to stand trials and kangaroo courts specifically because of their faith, and they have been forcibly converted. That list is not exhaustive, but should hit the main points.
some were rewarded, some were punished, some were both rewarded and punished (though usually the other way around).
They did, this is how we know about it now.
During the Hasmonean era, some 2180 years ago.
The people were punished in various ways during the Victorian times. Some of the main punishments included transportation, imprisonment and hanging.
The Jews were persecuted for their religious beliefs throughout history, but they were never punished for them, because punishment implies that they did something wrong. The reasons they were persecuted were hatred, fear, and bigotry.
cause they were more famous and had lots af people ...
Zeus punished people for disobeying him in a number of ways. He punished Io by turning her into a cow and punished Atlas by making him hold a giant bolder for eternity.
germans dislike jews because Adolf Hitler tricked them in to thinking that jews were not true germans because they were different in some ways
heretics, moors, and jews
They were severly punished or killed.
They both got punished when they did something wrong or unfaithful
they marked them with numbers so they would know if someone was missing or not they also would shave their heads.
yes, if they spoke without permission
they were punished or were killed. none who helped the Jews were just left alone.
They sall a lot of other Jews get killed in very bad ways
Three of the ways that Jews were killed in the Holocaust were: gassing, shooting and beating.
Over 6 million of them were gassed then their bodies were burnt in ovens.
sumary execution, working them to death, starving them to death
Saturday is the Sabbath in Judaism. Orthodox (and some non-orthodox) Jews will not work. Many non-Orthodox Jews will work, but still remember the Sabbath day in their own ways. (And yes, there are some Orthodox Jews that work on Saturdays, but they do not advertise this fact).
Sadly, they were. They were either just murdered, or put into concentration camps with other Jews and people who were "different" according to the Nazis/Hitler. It was terrible.
No, but she punished very many people for defiling her and her ways
fcuk you bctih