Jehoram of Israel

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  • The Zionism Movement: Poem Analysis

    The establishment of the State of Israel represents the outstanding progress of the movement. Document eight reveals that the State of Israel not only provides a state of freedom, for the Jewish people, but one of peace and justice. The state of Israel grants the protection of all religions and races, and safeguards the Holy Places of all religions. Despite the overwhelming support of the movement…

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  • Cause And Effect Essay On Antisemitism

    eight different European countries. Of the participants, 66% said that antisemitism has increased, while 76% said that it has increased over the past five years in their respective country. Last year, the Jewish Agency for Israel discovered that the number of people moving to Israel increased by 72%. And as if antisemitism wasn’t enough in Europe, the Anti-Defamation League noticed a 21% increase in America last…

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  • Syrian Civil War Causes

    Most people have heard the Syrian Civil War being discussed almost daily on practically every information outlet, but do they know what the specific causes which provoked this terrible crisis in the Middle East were? Since this is such a hot topic, it is essential to know the origins of the rebellious uprisings overseas which have threatened and seized countries, governments, and humans worldwide. There are many conflicting and complementary arguments that surround the true cause of the unrest…

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  • The Due Penalty Clause In Greek Mythology

    Men and women both were committing unnatural acts by offering themselves up as strange flesh to entities not of human flesh. Both men as well as woman were lying with angels (angelic men). The “due penalty” clause is quite a mystery without this understanding. What would this due penalty be that these people would be receiving in their persons? This word, persons, is a reference to their own bodies. They are receiving demons into their own flesh. The initial stage is probably some kind of…

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  • Arab-Israeli Conflict

    The creation of the state of Israel in 1948 marked the beginning of the Arab-Israeli conflict. I will focus on how the creation of the state of Israel increased tensions between the Arabs and the Jews, in the period 1947-1956, as it led to the War of Independence, a refugee crisis, increased immigration and the Suez Crisis. Plans for the creation of Israel began after Britain announced that it was withdrawing from Palestine and handing control to The United Nations. As a result, UNSCOP was…

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  • United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Analysis

    Light also creates the emotions in James Ingo Freed’s United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C. It may not play as important of a role as in the Jewish Museum but still has some purpose of light and dark qualities to it. “The visitor’s passage through the building is a spatial and emotional journey through open light spaces into damp cramped dark spaces, over ramps and bridges, and through doorways that evoke the ‘selection’ of victims in the camp.” Freed’s idea is to create an…

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  • The Theme Of Night By Elie Wiesel

    “‘For God’s sake, where is God?’... ‘Where He is? This is where - hanging from this gallows’…” Although these words once came from Elie Wiesel’s mouth, they matched up with what many, many Jews around the world were asking. Where could God possibly be during the time the Jews needed them most. In the memoir Night by Elie Wiesel, readers are introduced to the process that Jews went through that caused Elie to lose his faith, for a long time, if not forever. The theme of Night, therefore, is the…

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  • Bedouin Smuggling Case Study

    An important security question to note is the Bedouin smuggling activities along the Sinai border with Egypt. Though their movement in Israel is restricted by checkpoints and ID card checks are regular the smuggling business across the Sinai border is extensive. This is because of many factors, the biggest being Bedouin culture. Historically the Bedouin have never respected state borders, they did not believe the borders applied to them. Since the early 1900s, when the borders of states in the…

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  • Analysis Of The Great And Holy War By Philip Jenkins

    Philip Jenkins was a prominent scholar from Baylor University in the leading field of religious studies. Jenkins, in his book The Great and Holy War: How World War I Became a Religious Crusade, focused on a different aspect of the Great War from 1914 to 1918, which took away millions of lives. Other than the usual aspects of the Great War, Jenkins took a deep look into the religious perspective of the war. Namely, Christianity, Judaism and Islam played their respective roles in the areas of…

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  • Spanish Unity In Spain

    The Desire to Create Spanish Unity Throughout the history of medieval Spain, a myriad of methods of control are employed by the political and religious regimes of the time in order to strengthen the unity of the state. In this paper, I will argue that religious persecution was rooted in the desire to create political and religious unity in Medieval Spain. The origins of religious persecution in the context of Christianity can be traced back to the time of the Visigoths, when the conversion…

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