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By: Lai th 
Shehadeh 
JUDAISM TIMELINE 
PROJECT
THE BINDING OF ISAAC 
 The Binding of Isaac is a story from the Tanakh where 
Abraham is asked to sacri fice his son, Isa...
THE ABRAHAMIC COVENANT 
 Abram is renamed Abraham 
 Abraham is promised the Promised land (The land of Canaan) 
 Al l h...
MOSES SEES THE BURNING BUSH 
 Mo s e s k nows h e i s i n Go d ’ s P r e s e nc e 
 Where we get the term YHWH ( I am wh...
SOLOMON’S TEMPLE 
 Solomon bui lt temple to center Jewish Worship 
 A place for sacri fice 
 Bui lt on Temple Mount, Hi...
FIRST JEWISH REVOLT AGAINST ROME 
 The Zealots led the first revolts, which turned into periodic 
revolts against Rome. 
...
LAST STAND OF JEWS AT MASADA 
 Was towards the end of the First Jewish-Roman War 
 Sicarii rebels were under siege, resu...
THE JEWISH GOLDEN AGE 
 A period of Muslim Rule throughout the Iberian peninsula 
resulted in a very diverse and tolerant...
JEWS EXPELLED FROM SPAIN 
 Jews, as wel l as Muslims, are expelled from Spain. Forced to 
conver t to Christianity or lea...
THE HOLOCAUST 
 Jews, along with many other minorities, faced heavy 
discrimination 
 Began with being required to put t...
THE STATE OF ISRAEL 
 In 1948, a plan for the State of Israel, a place for the Jews, 
was put into place. 
 Quickly expa...
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Judaism timeline project

  1. 1. By: Lai th Shehadeh JUDAISM TIMELINE PROJECT
  2. 2. THE BINDING OF ISAAC  The Binding of Isaac is a story from the Tanakh where Abraham is asked to sacri fice his son, Isaac.  Abraham takes his son to be sacri ficed, but is stopped by the a n g e l o f Go d t h a t s ay s “Now I Kn ow yo u fe a r Go d . ”  Abraham sees a ram and sacrifices it instead
  3. 3. THE ABRAHAMIC COVENANT  Abram is renamed Abraham  Abraham is promised the Promised land (The land of Canaan)  Al l his people must circumcise  Essentially a contract between God and Abraham
  4. 4. MOSES SEES THE BURNING BUSH  Mo s e s k nows h e i s i n Go d ’ s P r e s e nc e  Where we get the term YHWH ( I am who I am) or Yahweh  Moses receives the 10 Commandments and the Law (The Torah)  613 dif ferent laws given to Moses on Sinai by God.
  5. 5. SOLOMON’S TEMPLE  Solomon bui lt temple to center Jewish Worship  A place for sacri fice  Bui lt on Temple Mount, Highest point in Jerusalem
  6. 6. FIRST JEWISH REVOLT AGAINST ROME  The Zealots led the first revolts, which turned into periodic revolts against Rome.  Results in Rome slaughtering the Jews and temple torn down.  Jews forced out of Jerusalem in 110 AD  Zealots die of f
  7. 7. LAST STAND OF JEWS AT MASADA  Was towards the end of the First Jewish-Roman War  Sicarii rebels were under siege, resulted in mass suicide.  960 people ki l led
  8. 8. THE JEWISH GOLDEN AGE  A period of Muslim Rule throughout the Iberian peninsula resulted in a very diverse and tolerant society.  Jews accepted and devoted to the Cal iphate of Cordoba.  Assimilated in society, rel igious, cultural , and economic acceptance that blossomed.
  9. 9. JEWS EXPELLED FROM SPAIN  Jews, as wel l as Muslims, are expelled from Spain. Forced to conver t to Christianity or leave.  As a result, many Jews move to Amsterdam.
  10. 10. THE HOLOCAUST  Jews, along with many other minorities, faced heavy discrimination  Began with being required to put the Star of David on their clothes, but soon resulted in Jews and other minorities being rounded up and put into concentration camps  Resulted in the death of 6 mi l l ion Jews, and mi l l ions of others who stood up to the Nazi Regime
  11. 11. THE STATE OF ISRAEL  In 1948, a plan for the State of Israel, a place for the Jews, was put into place.  Quickly expanded from the initial ly planned borders to possession of a great amount of the Levant.  Guarantees al l Jews residence and citizenship if they can prove their Jewish heritage.

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