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[Summary]Culture of Israel History and Ethnic Relations Emergence of the Nation. There is archaeological evidence of settlements in Israel dating from nine thousand to eleven thousand years ago. It is thought that the first people of the kingdom of Israel mig

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Culture of Israel

History and Ethnic Relations

Emergence of the Nation. There is archaeological evidence of settlements in Israel dating from nine thousand to eleven thousand years ago. It is thought that the first people of the kingdom of Israel migrated from Mesopotamia. Much of the history of ancient Israel is laid out in the Bible. The Israelites were slaves in Egypt from about 1750 to

Israelite History in the Context of the Ancient Near East

Israelite History in the Context of the Ancient Near East

* Geographical background

The Near East and the Eastern Mediterranean, including the regions that are now the location of the following states: Greece, Turkey, Iran (earlier called Persia), Iraq (the ancient Mesopotamia), Lebanon (the ancient Ugarit north of Canaan), Jordan (east of Canaan, across the Jordan river), Syria (related to ancient Assyria), Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and Israel (the ancient Canaan, then Israel/Judah, then Jud├Ža, then Palestine).

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What is a Hebrew Israelite?

Part 2 - What is a Hebrew Israelite?

by Cohane Michael Ben Levi

Israel is a nation of people where those who practice Judaism are members of a religion and not a nationality as such. Jews, on the other hand, are people of various nationalities who have abandoned their own cultures and adopted the religion of Judiasm. One may change his or her religion many times. On the contrary, one may never change who you are at birth, namely your nationality.

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