comic strip of Jewish History

comic strip of Jewish History
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  • ONE GOD fOREVER AND EVER!
  • gOD IS OUR SAVIOR
  • i WILL TAKE GOOD CARE YOUR dESCENDANTS
  • wE BELIEVE IN GOD
  • I won't let anything happen to them
  • TEN COMMANDMENTS
  • let's Follow him!
  • pLEASE BE THERE FOR THEM ALWAYS
  • I'm Saul
  • Jewish People trace their origin to Abraham, who established the belief that there is only one God, the creator of the universe. Abraham, his son Isaac, and grandson Jacob, are referred to as the patriarchs of the Israelites. All three patriarchs lived in the Land of Canaan, that later came to be known as the Land of Israel.
  • We will still fight!
  • I'm Solomon
  • The name Israel derives from the name given to Jacob . His 12 sons were the kernels of 12 tribes that later developed into the Jewish nation. The name Jew derives from Judah one of the 12 sons of Jacob. So, the names Israel, Israeli or Jewish refer to people of the same origin. 
  • We will destroy everything...
  • We will rule and rename the Promise Land!
  • The descendants of Abraham crystallized into a nation at about 1300 BCE after their Exodus from Egypt under the leadership of Moses. Soon after the Exodus, Moses transmitted to the people of this new emerging nation, the Torah, and the Ten Commandments. After 40 years in the Sinai desert, Moses led them to the Land of Israel, that is the land promised by God to the descendants of the patriarchs, Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.  
  •  I will restore what they have ruined .
  • The rule of Israelites in the land of Israel starts with the conquests of Joshua.  The period from 1000-587 BCE is known as the "Period of the Kings". The most noteworthy kings were King David, who made Jerusalem the capital of Israel, and his son Solomon, who built the first Temple in Jerusalem.
  • I'm David
  • In 587 BCE, Babylonian Nebuchadnezzar's army and himself captured Jerusalem, destroyed the Temple, and exiled the Jews to Babylon.
  • Herod the Great rebuilt the Great Temple destroyed by Zealots. The year 587 BCE marks a turning point in the history of the region. From this year onwards, the region was ruled or controlled by a succession of superpower empires of the time in the following order: Babylonians, Persians, Greeks, Romans and so on.
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