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I am Abraham, the first patriarch.
I will guide you people to the Promised land
The Jewish history started with Abraham as the first patriarch and the first one to establish a covenant with God. Abraham then would have a son named Isaac and he would be the next patriarch. Isaac then would have 2 sons and one of them is Jacob. Jacob would also be a patriarch. These three people were the first patriarchs.
Solomon, you will rule this land one day.
Jacob had 12 sons. One of his sons, Joseph, were sold by his brothers to Egypt. Joseph becomes the Prime Minister of Egypt and Hebrews would settle in there. The Hebrews would live in harmony with the Egyptians in this time period until later when the evil pharaoh comes and enslaves the former.
Force the Jews out! If they resist, kill them!
Moses led the enslaved Israelites out of Egypt. Then, they went on a journey to the Promised Land. During this journey, many people strayed off the path to God and began worshiping other beings so God gave Moses a stone tablet which contained a set of rules for people to follow. These set of rules are also known as the Torah.
When the Israelites arrived at the Promised Land, they had to battle the people already living there. They elected Saul as the first king and the next one is David, the greatest of all kings. David would have a son named Solomon he would be the next king and he will also build the Solomon's Temple.
The Kingdom of Israel then gets taken over by the Assyrian Empire and eventually the Chaldeans. The city of Judah was destroyed and thousands of Jews were killed or exiled. Another empire then comes and colonizes Israel. This cycle would be repeated over and over. The Jews would not have their own land for a long time.
Most Jews lived outside of their homeland for centuries. They also often faced discrimination. In 1948, a new country called Israel was created and many Jews lived here.
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