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Jewish Immigration from the Roman Empire

The struggle, The persecution
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Joseph Baines

on 24 October 2012

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Transcript of Jewish Immigration from the Roman Empire

Israel where it all began. The promised land. When the roman army came in the year 70 from Italy to conquer Israel it went down hill for the Jews. With 25% percent of the population killed and 10% enslaved the Jews became a minority in their own nation. Jewish migration from the Roman Empire The struggle, the persecution The Jews dispersed in all directions Key Early Jewish migration Roman invasion Late Jewish Migration Latest Jewish migration This was a massive forced cultural migration due to persecution The Jewish race did not regain its homeland until1948 when modern day Israel was created in Palestine http://fcit.usf.edu/holocaust/People/displace.htm With credit to: They were persecuted because the newly christian Romans blamed Jews for the execution of Christ. http://www.jfedpgh.org/page.aspx?id=148355 http://www.ijs.org.au/chronology/default.aspx Timeline 70 135 A Jewish revolt is defeated by the Romans 580,000 jewish soldiers killed, 900 towns and villages destroyed the name Judea is replaced by Palestine. Destruction of the 2nd temple of Judea. 1948 Jews immigrate back into their homeland
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