What is the origin of the Jewish involved in the uprising during Roman times?

  1. platinumOwl4 profile image73
    platinumOwl4posted 7 years ago

    What is the origin of the Jewish involved in the uprising during Roman times?

    Today there are three distinct categories of Jewish people, Spanish, German and Ethiopian. If they are of the same origin why are these categories necessary?

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    darknight444posted 7 years ago

    well haloo first
    and
    1 i dont know  the historical origines of the jews
    but i know there origines from my religion
    religion were e chosen ppl thy came from e profet of god called yakob is thise all religions like islam and jewdaism and cristianity agree on
    they were chose with that god send in them e lot of profets
    thy start at jerusalem with jakob and there sons then thy move to egypt

    here thy became slaves untill god decide to free them with moses who cam with there book of god tawrah he fre them and moove them back to jerusalem but thy betreal him and didnt enter
    then with his son another profet of god thy enter

    thy settle in jerusalem wehere thy suffer from wars untill god decide to send in them a great profet and e greate king called david who came with there 3 book the zabor and his son soloman

    untill the time of jesus and he is the last jewish profet you know how that turn to????

  3. Daniel_Benson profile image87
    Daniel_Bensonposted 7 years ago

    Hello,

    In answer to your second question, in 70CE the Romans expelled all the Jews from Israel and as a result they were split into various groups. Spanish Jews (Sephardi in Hebrew meaning Spain) and German Jews (Ashkenazi in Hebrew meaning Germany). Due to their seperation for many centuries, they each developed different customs, languages and the development of the religion was in different places - Sephardi Jews follow a form of Judaism developed in Babylon whereas Ashkenazi follow the Palestinian practices.

    I hope this helps smile
    Daniel

 
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