warsaw, poland | In 1942, as the Warsaw Ghetto was being liquidated, doomed artist Gela Seksztajn buried a handful of her paintings in a damp basement, along with a letter conveying her hope they would be displayed one day in a future Jewish museum in Poland.

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Museum in Poland opens new chapter in Jewish life

In 1712 Plague Outbreak, Jews Were Placed in Quarantine Wikipedia A Plague: A contemporary engraving of a hospital for plague victims during an outbreak in Vienna 1679. With the arrival of the Ebola virus on American shores, public conversation has shifted from fears of contagion to a focus on the ethics of quarantine and the rights of the contained. Quarantine is an ancient form of medical precaution, predating immunization by centuries.

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Jewish History's Lesson for Handling Ebola

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Regardless of where Jews lived most recently, all Jews have roots in the Middle East and North Africa.

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Jewish History – My Jewish Learning

Jewish history (or the history of the Jewish people) is the history of the Jews, and their religion and culture, as it developed and interacted with other peoples, religions and cultures. Although Judaism as a religion appears in Greek records first during the Hellenistic period and the earliest mention of Israel is inscribed on the Merneptah Stele dated 1213-1203 BCE, religious literature tells the story of a period of Babylonian captivity, a destruction of a First Temple, and the ancient Israelites going back at least as far as c. 1500 BCE

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Jewish history – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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History is of the utmost importance in Judaism. Whereas the sacred texts of most ancient religions focus on myths and philosophical concepts, the Jewish Bible is centered around historical narrative; and most Jewish holidays are intended to connect modern Jews with their historical ancestors and traditions.

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History of Judaism – ReligionFacts – Religion, World …

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Jewish History Blog Wandering Jews The Hasidic Movement ignited Jewish masses in remote communities with love of Judaism, but the movement had its roots in an earlier era of wandering Jews.

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Jewish History – we bring Jewish history to life.

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Polish Museum Tells Story of a Millennium and a People getty images In August 1942, as Jews were being deported from the Warsaw Ghetto, the Jewish artist Gela Seksztajn wrote her last will and testament. I donate my work to the Jewish Museum to be founded in the future to restore pre-war Jewish cultural life and to study the terrible tragedy of the Jewish community in Poland during the war, it read.

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Stunning New Louvre of Jewish Museums Opens in Warsaw

Jewish History – Jewish Diaspora History of Israel – Documentary on Israeli Jewish history and the Jewish diaspora in Europe and the Middle East part 1. By: Jewish

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Jewish History – Jewish Diaspora – Video

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In the year 1741 BCE, Abraham began his long journey from Haran to Canaan – a journey which would change the history of the world and have a profound effect on the development of most major religions. Throughout the ages there has been a fascination with Jewish history

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Jewish History

This is a timeline of the development of Jews and Judaism.

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Timeline of Jewish history – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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