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    Erick-Woods Erickson
    May 13

    Let’s go back thousands of years in the way back machine. Various tribes existed in the land of Canaan including Philistines, Canaanites, Amorites, and Moabites among others. They had various tribal regions and the Israelites moved from Egypt into what was considered the Promised Land of the Old Testament, Canaan. In 1000 BC, King David established a united kingdom of Israel. After Solomon, it broke into two pieces, Judah and Israel. Over time Israel began to be referred to as Samaria which was considered to be part of the northern kingdom. The northern kingdom collapsed first and was absorbed into the Assyrian Empire in 721 BC. Then Judah eventually collapsed becoming part of the Babylonian empire in 597 BC, which eventually fell to the Persians and Cyrus in 538 BC.

    Cyrus allowed the Jews to come back and start rebuilding the temple. Over time, Alexander the Great invaded various areas and created his empire in 333 BC, the first of the major empires that stretched across the Western world. After his death, his empire was broken up into pieces. Judah was just a pawn in the war between the various leaders. Eventually, the Romans took it over and called it Judea around 63 BC. But the Jews were a very particular people and the Romans had to grant them a great deal of autonomy because the Jews were willing to die for their God and the Romans knew it. So the Jews were given special exemptions in religious worship and did not have to embrace the Roman gods. There was a Roman proconsul. Pilate was one of those. Due to a series of rebellious actions, the Romans surrounded it, destroyed the temple, and in AD 70, a lot of people fled.

    They didn't really wipe it out and that became troublesome for the Roman emperors. When Hadrian who built Hadrian's Wall, became emperor, there was yet again another revolt and he decided enough was enough. In AD 135, Hadrian changed the name of Judea to something you may have heard of: Palestine. Syria Palestinia became referred to as Palestine and he threw all of the Jews out of that territory. The people who were allowed to take up residence were called Palestinians and the name has stuck ever since. There is no historic dispute that it was Israel, the northern and southern kingdom, Judah, Judea, and Samaria, that was the territory of Israel and that's where the Jews lived. The Kingdom of Israel had been founded in 1000 BC, with the Israelites having previously conquered the land, which had previously been known as Canaan.

    The Jews have had the hardest life of any ethnic group on planet earth. They have been repeatedly persecuted around the world and ruthlessly exterminated by the Nazis and others.

    After the Roman Empire fell, it became part of the Byzantine Empire, and then the Ottoman Empire. The Jews slowly began trickling back into the area. After World War II, they really wanted to re-establish a territory for themselves. Through various wars and the like, the Jews have expanded the territory of Israel, now Israelis and not Jews. The Palestinians claim some level of ownership here, but you've got to understand that historically, this territory has been the kingdom of Israel.

  2. israel has been getting away with killing palestinians for so long now they are no longer to blame. the entire world watches as the israeli government and friends murder people yet absolutely nothing at alll has been done to stop israel. so basically israel is not the problem WE THE REST OF THE WORLD ARE THE GUILTY ONES FOR ALLOWING ISRAEL TO CONTINUE MURDERING PALESTINIANS FOR 60 YEARS NOW. i find it hard living in a world that turns a blind eye to the slaughter of innocent men women and children.



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