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AP Photo/Matt Rourke Democratic candidate Lynne Abraham speaks to members of the media as she arrives for the BUILDPhilly Coalition Mayoral Forum Wednesday, April 8, 2015, at the National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia. A campaign spokesman for Abraham says she fainted during the Tuesday debate at the city’s Kimmel Center

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AP Photo/Matt Rourke Democratic candidate Lynne Abraham speaks to members of the media as she arrives for the BUILDPhilly Coalition Mayoral Forum Wednesday, April 8, 2015, at the National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia. A campaign spokesman for Abraham says she fainted during the Tuesday debate at the city’s Kimmel Center.

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The Golden Age of the Jews in Spain can be symbolized by one person, arguably the greatest person that the people produced from the time of the Talmud until our day: Rabbi Moses ben Maimon, also known as Maimonides or the Rambam. The epitaph on his grave reads, From Moses to Moses, there arose none [] read article

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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. In the early 1700s there existed in Eastern Europe groups of people called Penitents, pious who went from city to city in the hopes of spreading their piety.

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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. People have questioned the “miracle of the continual existence of the Jewish people” – this despite the almost consistent world delight in their persecution and ridicule.

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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.

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This is a timeline of the development of Jews and Judaism. All dates are given according to the Common Era, not the Hebrew calendar. See also Jewish history which includes links to individual country histories

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