The Orphans Among God's Children

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The History Of Anti-Semitism, 2004 - History - 194 pages
This book takes you back to the beginning of the Jewish religion and history from the time of the patriarch Abraham until the twenty-first century. Many people not only Gentiles but Jews as well, are unaware of the horrendous events that have burdened the Jewish people through the 2000 years of Christian history. This book will offer a comprehensive picture of the roots of anti-Semitism and will shed light on the reason why Pope John Paul II and Cardinal O'Connor asked the Jews for forgiveness at the start of the new mellennium.
 

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Contents

JEWISH RELIGION AND HISTORY
1
THE DESTRUCTION OF ISRAEL
14
ALEXANDER THE GREAT
19
JUDEA UNDER THE ROMANS
24
RABBI AKIBA
30
THE EMERGENCE OF CHRISTIANITY
33
THE MUSLIM RELIGION AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO THE JEWS
42
MESSIANIC PRETENDERS
47
JEWS IN FRANCE
114
JEWS IN ENGLAND
120
PALESTINEISRAEL
126
JEWS IN AMERICA
141
THE HASIDIC MOVEMENT
157
THE VISIT OF A GRAND RABBI
162
THE SYNAGOGUE
165
CONCLUSIONS
168

JEWS IN SPAIN AND PORTUGAL
52
JEWS IN EASTERN EUROPE
59
JEWS IN GERMANY
70
THE AUTHORS EXPERIENCES IN HITLERS GERMANY THE HOLOCAUST
84
NOTES AND SOURCES
173
INDEX
183
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