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    Essay Draft Jews, a religious group of people originating from Israel, have lived in Europe for about 1500 years. A great number of Jews settled in Germany. For some mysterious reasons, Jews were extremely prosperous. Although they lived peacefully with their neighbors, Jews were rejected and were forced to live under restrictions such as curfews. Jews were also barred from owning land or from holding jobs that they desired and for which they qualified. Even under these constraints, Jews prospered

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    Brian Gusciora GBNT 620 Life of Christ Dr. E. Oakley Israel, Jews and Jesus Christ Jews lived in Israel at the time of Christ. They probably did not feel very safe. Once their country had been very powerful. David and Solomon had been their kings. That was 1000 years ago. Now they were not powerful. The people had done wrong things. They had not obeyed God. God had spoken to Abraham and Moses. He had given them a Covenant (made a special agreement with them). But the people did not obey

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    The Land of Israel was the birthplace of the Jewish people. Here their spiritual, religious and national identity was formed. Here they achieved independence and created a culture of national and universal significance. Here they wrote and gave the Bible to the world. Exiled from the Land of Israel, the Jewish people remained faithful to it in all the countries of their dispersion. The Jewish Nation had been wandering around deserts, were once slaves in Egypt, but didn’t have any land to their name;

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    A History of the Soviet Jew in Israel The idea of Israel as a place of refuge for Soviet Jews has a troubled history. Israel has always encouraged and assisted immigration and absorption as part of a pro-immigration ideology and policy. Israel is a safe-haven for Jews. However, the heavy migration of the Soviet Jews into Israel caused Israelis to rethink their past . The immigration of Soviet Jews to Israel brought significant social and cultural changes to Israel in terms of the historical question

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    Ethiopian and Soviet Immigration and Their Impacts on Israeli Society Israel is a state complete with a multitude of ethnicities. As Jews began to immigrate to the newly formed state, they brought with them distinctive cultural values and traditions that shifted Israel from a more homogenized community into a definite “melting pot”. Significant waves of Jews came from Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Africa and even North America. The impact each of these groups had on Israeli society differed

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    Race In Eretz-Israel

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    State in Israel. This recognition by the General Assembly, combined with that of the United States and the USSR, paved the way for David Ben- Gurion to anounce the formation fo the Israeli State on May 14th, 1948. The Israeli State arose out of the zulmination of the Zionist movement to create the Jewish State arising at a time of the Nazi holocaust, which was the latest in a historical series of anti- Jewish actions. Israel was explicitly established to be “A Jewish State in Eretz- Israel” with implict

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    Holocaust Dbq

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    tragic event in history, in that the death of six million Jews was at the hands of the leader Adolf Hitler. The tragic events in the Holocaust are what lead up to the development of Israel therefore, the Holocaust ties in with the state of Israel because the state of Israel was developed in result of the Holocaust, there was still threats and attacks on the Jews even after the development of Israel and without the tragedy of the Holocaust the Jews would not have any strive or support to build an establishment

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    Poverty In Israel

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    nations, billions of dollars have been used for defense material which can and will lead to a decline in the economy for Israel. There is also a large gap between the rich and poor in Israel. However, there is low unemployment and inflation which has helped Israel’s economy. The biggest challenge for Israel is the major gap between rich and poor. Overall, Jewish people in Israel have great opportunities for good education and jobs—even if that means going

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    State of Israel The State of Israel and the Holocaust are two events that turned the tide from Anti-Semitism to most of the world tolerating and accepting Jews. The Holocaust had created waves of horror that emanated out from Europe and echoed throughout the world about human suffering and mistreatment. The reaction to the Holocaust resulted in the founding of Israel. To understand the Holocaust, one must first understand Israel and its founding because Israel was given to the Jews after the

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    Babylonians, the Jews had been dispersed throughout Europe without a state of their own. After the exile, their goal was to get their homeland back as a safe haven in which all Jews could live. The British eventually gained control of Palestine and had to deal with the conflict between the Arabs and the Jews over the land of Israel. After World War II, there was massive immigration of Jews into Israel. The British finally brought the problem before the United Nations, and the UN declared Israel a state for

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