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In complement to Bruce James detailed answer here is a link to direct statistics on the Jewish Exodus from Arab and Muslim lands which provides a very clear and detailed picture of the issue. World War II and the events in the previous decades shattered a well-established and relatively peaceful co-existence between Jews and Muslims in the Middle-East. ...


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In contrast, documents of Germanic, Saxon, and Hungarian origin portray Vlad as a tyrant, a monster so cruel that he needs to be stopped. For example, Johan Christian Engel characterizes Vlad as "a cruel tyrant and a monster of humankind".[citation needed] Several authors and historians believe that this may be the result of a bad image campaign initiated by ...


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holy shit Mark C Wallace you are SO uninformed 1087 LOL dude the saxons were behind vlad the impalers loss of transyvania in fact he started a war with the saxons so idk what the fuck you are smoking but vlad was around in the 1400s bro so do some research before pulling information out of your ass please :)


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Even before the founding of the State of Israel, anti-Jewish pogroms and government policies forced Jews to leave their homes and properties in Arab nations. The following is from a Jerusalem Post Supplement article called "The Forgotten Exodus," November 29, 2002, and from other sources as noted. Iraq By the summer of 1941, 180 to 200 Jews were ...


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What Arab plans can be inferred from three classes of sources: (1) Pre-war statements to the Arab population with promises that all would share in the booty of Jewish property won by the Arab Legion armies, (2) changes in Ottoman land ownership laws following Jordan's annexation of the West Bank and East Jerusalem Here are some statements from Arab books and ...


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A nice timeline appears in Max I. Dimont's survey, Jews, God and History (Simon & Shuster 1962). Rather than using the order that you set out in your questions, I will answer chronologically according to Dimont's timeline. Note that historians disagree as to who and how the ideas of Judaism developed, and there might be some quibbling about the ...



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