The Rashidun Caliphate (the Muslims), led by Caliph Omar, conquered the Levant in 634 C.E. The Rashidun Caliphate would control this territory until the rise of the Umayyad and Abbassid Caliphates. This control last over 300 years.
There are two questions here: When was Israel founded? -- May 14, 1948. Why is Israel at war with most of its neighbors? -- This is a very complex question which is more fully addressed at this related question: What… Full Answer
On May 15, 1948, the day after Israel's Declaration of Independence , five Arab Nations (Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan, Syria, and Iraq) declared war on Israel and they were assisted by armies sent from Saudi Arabia and Yemen. The Arab armies'… Full Answer
The question is peculiarly constructed. Where Israel "is the enemy" of another country, the reason is that the people or power structure of that country have decided that Israel is their enemy. And the reason for THAT, at least in… Full Answer
All of the land controlled by the State of Israel is between Egypt and the Euphrates. However, all of the land controlled by the State of Israel is less than one fifth of the land between Egypt and the Euphrates.
The Phoenicians, who lived to the north of Israel and had coastal cities (Tyre, Sidon). Ezekiel 27:3 states that they traded with many nations, and much (or most) of that was by sea. Quote: "In the centuries after 1200 BC… Full Answer
It depends wholly on the period of history. Arabs had self-rule from the beginning of Arab civilization up through the Caliphate period. (1000s BCE to 1200 CE). Beginning in the 900s CE and extending to the early 1900s CE in… Full Answer
Not exactly. The entire region was called Israel up until the year 70 CE. From 70 CE to 1948 CE, it was called Palestine, named by the Romans, after Israel's enemy (the Phillistines). After 1948, it was partitioned into two… Full Answer
A: There had been no nation of Israel for over seven hundred years before the time of Jesus. The smaller southern nation of Judah, or Judea, was controlled by the Roman Empire, as was Samaria, the successor state to Israel.
A lot of empires controlled in Israel during the history Independence - 1000 - 597 BCE The Babylonian Empire - 597-586 BCE The Persian Empire - 539-333 BCE The Hellenistic Empires ( The Seleucid Empire , The Ptolemaic Empire and… Full Answer