The State of Israel
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This paper discusses how there were many factors that led to the creation of Israel. It shows how looking back two thousand years the old Testament in the Bible states that Abraham was guided by God to settle the land of Israel, once called Palestine. It also examines how because of Jewish persecution in the nineteenth century, Jews were forced out of their homes and forced to live in Ghettos and therefore wanted a land where they would not be punished for being Jewish.
From the Paper:"During the nineteenth century many Jews resided in Europe. Periodically they were persecuted for their beliefs and commonly called "the killers of Christ" by the predominantly Christian community at the time. Because of this many Jews were forced to live in the poorer sections of towns in areas known as ghettos. Even from time to time state-approved acts of violence were allowed, targeted at the Jews, mainly in anti-Semitic demonstrations. These were known as pogroms. An example of one of these pogroms is in 1881 when the Jewish community at the time was blamed for assisting in the assassination of the Russian Tsar Alexander II where two hundred Jewish communities were looted and burned."
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