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Jewish Culture and History – igc.org

| October 13, 2015

Hear the -law sound (38k) of a shofar. The museum's Web site contains several sections, including a virtual exhibition; a section on Diaspora communities; links to related sites; visual documentation; events; music; genealogy and family names; news; and education. Beth Hatefutsoth is "truly, in every sense of the word, a museum of the Jewish people." Jewish Studies On-line is "a volunteer organization of professionals in Jewish Studies who collectively administer a series of Internet-based services in academic Jewish Studies, including an electronic discussion group (H-JUDAIC), an industry newsletter (Jewish Studies Judaica eJournal), and a Web-based library of pre-print articles and teaching summaries." According to The Encyclopedia of Judaism the Pirk De-Rabbi Eliezer ("Chapters of Rabbi Eliezer") is a "Midrash composed in the early decades of the ninth century by an unknown author and ascribed by him to R

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A Brief Biblical History – From Our People: A History of the …

| September 28, 2015

The Creation, The first day, The second day, Third the day, The Fourth Day, The Fifth Day, The Sixth Day, The Seventh Day The First Man and Woman, G-ds Blessing, The Garden of Eden, The Serpent, The First Commandment, The Plot, The First Sin, Their Excuse, The Punishment, Expulsion from the Garden of Eden Cain and Abel, Cains Jealousy, Cains Warned, The Murder of Abel, Cains Punishment, Cains Repentance, Cains Children, Cains Death Adams Death, Seths Children, Enoch, Methuselah The Wickedness of the People, The Ark, The Flood, The Flood Recedes, The Raven and the Dove, Noah Offering, The Seven Laws, Covenant with Noah Hams Sin, Shem and His Descendants Conceit of the People, Their Punishment, Nimrod Abrams Family, Abrams Birth, Nimrods Attempt on Abrams Life, Young Abram Recognizes G-d, Abram Destroys the Idols, In Nimrods Hands, The Miracle in the Furnace, G-d Commands and Promise to Abram, Abrams Obedience Abram Goes To Egypt, The Strife of the Herdsmen, Abram and Lot Separate, Lot a Prisoner of War, The Rescue Count the Stars, Takes Hagar as Wife, The Covenant, Abrahams Guests The Wickedness of the Sodomites, Abraham Pleads For Sodom, Lots Hospitality, Lot and His Family Are Saved, The Dead Sea Abraham in Gerar, Isaacs Birth, Ishmael, The Miraculous Well G-ds strange Command, Father and Son Together, The Akedah - Alter, Abrahams Reward, Abraham and Isaac Return, Sarahs Death Eliezers Mission, Eliezers Prayer, Rebekah at the Well, Rebekah and Isaac Marries Birth of the Twins, Jacob and Esau Grow Up, Abrahams Death, Esau Kills Nimrod, Jacob Buys the Birthright, Isaac Goes To Philistina Esaus Evil Ways, Rebekahs Ploy, The Blessing, Esau Returns Rebecca Sends Jacob to Haran, Jacob and Eliphaz, Jacobs Dream, Jacobs Vow, Jacobs Arrival in Haran The Price of a Wife, Jacobs Children, Jacobs Wealth Jacob Leaves Laban, Laban Instigates Esau to Make War on His Brother, Jacobs Strategy, Jacob Wrestles with an Angel, Jacobs Reconciliation with Esau, Jacobs Arrival in Canaan, Rachels Death The Destruction of Shechem, The War against the Seven Kings

Jews – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

| August 13, 2015

This article is about the Jewish people. For their religion, see Judaism. Jews Hebrew: (Yehudim) Total population 13,854,80018,197,400[1] Regions with significant populations Israel 6,251,000[2][3] United States 5,425,000 (2011)[4] 6,800,000[5] France 480,000[4] Canada 375,000[4] United Kingdom 291,000[4] Russia 194,000 over 500,000[6][4] Argentina 182,300 230,000[7][4] Germany 119,000[4] Brazil 110,000[8] Australia 107,500[4] Hungary 100,000 120,000[4][9][10] South Africa 70,800[4] Ukraine 67,000 200,000[11][4] Mexico 67,476[12] Belgium 30,300[4] Netherlands 30,000[4] Italy 28,400[4] Turkey 26,000[13] Chile 18,500[4] Colombia 12,000- over 25,000[14] All other countries 250,200[4] Languages Predominant spoken languages:[15] Historical languages: Sacred languages: Religion Judaism Related ethnic groups other Levantines,[16][17][18][19]Samaritans,[18]Arabs,[18][20]Assyrians[18][19] The Jews (Hebrew: ISO 259-3 Yehudim, Israeli pronunciation [jehudim]), also known as the Jewish people, are an ethnoreligious[21] and ethno-cultural group[22] descended from the Israelites of the Ancient Near East[23][24][25][26][27][28][29] and originating from the historical kingdoms of Israel and Judah.[30][31][32] According to the Hebrew Bible narrative, Jewish ancestry is traced back to the Biblical patriarchs such as Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, and the Biblical matriarchs Sarah, Rebecca, Leah, and Rachel, who lived in Canaan around the 18th century BCE

History of the Jews in Azerbaijan – Wikipedia, the free …

| August 13, 2015

History of the Jews in Azerbaijan dates back to Late Antiquity. Historically Jews in Azerbaijan have been represented by various subgroups, mainly Mountain Jews, Ashkenazi Jews and Georgian Jews. Azerbaijan at one point was or still is home to smaller communities of Krymchaks, Kurdish Jews and Bukharian Jews, as well Gers (converts) and non-Jewish Judaistic groups like Subbotniks.

The History of Jewish Human Sacrifice – AntiMatrix

| August 13, 2015

By Willie Martin "Most Jews do not like to admit it, but our god is Lucifer ...

History of the Jews in Spain – Wikipedia, the free …

| August 11, 2015

Spanish Jews once constituted one of the largest and most prosperous Jewish communities in the world. This period ended definitively with the Alhambra decree of 1492, as a result of which they were forced to convert to Catholicism, go into exile, or be killed. The Castilian Muslims suffered the same fate in 1500, and a generation later those of Aragn and Valencia

Hanukkah – Holidays – HISTORY.com

| July 21, 2015

The events that inspired the Hanukkah holiday took place during a particularly turbulent phase of Jewish history. Around 200 B.C., Judeaalso known as the Land of Israelcame under the control of Antiochus III, the Seleucid king of Syria, who allowed the Jews who lived there to continue practicing their religion.

Jewish History

| July 17, 2015

70 (9 Av 3830) JERUSALEM (Eretz Israel) Fell to Titus after 4 years of fighting. The Temple was destroyed.

Khazaria.com – History of Jewish Khazars, Khazar Turk …

| July 17, 2015

Last Updated: June 12, 2015 Read about The Jews of Khazaria - the general-interest book about the Khazars in English. Order the improved 2nd edition in paperback format: The Jews of Khazaria from Amazon.com fromAmazon.ca in Canada from Amazon.co.uk in the UK KINDLE EDITION ADOBE READER EDITION More ordering options + More formats (hardcover, eBook) + More information about the book History professor Boris Zhivkov's 350-page book Khazaria in the 9th and 10th Centuries was published by Brill in May 2015. Brill's marketing says the book "uses not only the known documentary sources and archaeological finds but also what we know from history of religions (comparative mythology), history of art, structural anthropology and folklore studies." This is an English translation from the Bulgarian version Khazaria prez IX i X vek that had been published by IK Gutenberg in Sofia in 2010


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