As the promise lingered and Abraham remained childless, he had a son, Ishmael, by the maid of his wife Sarah. Over 600,000 emigrated to Israel, some leaving communities that were 2500 years old.Ishmael became the father of the Arab nations east of Israel. Jacob tricked Esau into giving up the birthright and he became the heir of the promise. When they finally recognized their brother and went back to their father, Israel migrated to Egypt with about 70 members of the tribe as honored guests because Joseph was the governor of Egypt. It was destroyed by Babylon in 586 BC (587 BCE) on Tisha b'Av (9th of Av) by Nebuchadnezzar II (2 Kings 25). Thousands immigrate from Yemen with Operation Magic Carpet. The creation of the state of Israel immediately provoked a war and a Palestinian exodus.The trees were cut down and the land was salted in 71 AD. A promise that is based on the oath of God, not on the behavior of Israel. The Lord said to Abram, after Lot had separated from him, "Now lift up your eyes and look from the place where you are, northward and southward and eastward and westward; for all the land which you see I will give it to you and to you forever.
Christianity became the official religion with the Edict of Milan (313). So the Arab nations are probably descended from these children mixed with the seven nations who were driven out. When the question of distribution occurred, the land was designated as either Jewish or non-Jewish.
After this the Jews were under oppressive laws that restricted their growth. The Roman and Parthian empires are exhausted from war and the Muslim Arabs take over. Christian Europe attempts to take the Holy Land from Muslims and attacks Jews in the process. Turan Shah, an Ayyubid Sultan of Egypt, is murdered and replaced by his Mamluk slave general Aibek, who founded the Mamluk dynasty. Selim the Cruel captured Jerusalem after the Ottoman army defeated the Mamluks at Marj-Dabik in northern Syria. After the eleventh century, following Anti-semitism that intensified with the crusades and expulsions in 1290, Ashkenazi Jews emigrated east to Poland, Lithuania and Russia between the fourteenth to sixteenth century at the invitation of the Polish rulers. The exchange of letters between the British high commissioner in Egypt and the Sharif of Mecca about the future political status of the lands under the Ottoman Empire. However the non-Jewish portion was both Arab and a majority of government owned land. This land was not acquired by purchase, but by squatting and registering a claim for use.
One third of the global Jewish population was killed, 6 million people including 1.5 million children. On May 14, a permanent homeland was arranged for the Jews and the modern state of Israel was born. peacekeepers from the Sinai peninsula and then blockades the strait of Tiran. During this conflict, they recognize the Messiah whom they pierced, and after repenting they will become a great light to the whole world. The kingdom was a collection of merchant city-states until they were conquered by the Amorites. Then the Hurrians of the Mitanni kingdom controlled Ashur until they were conquered by Adad Nirari I (1310-1281).
On May 15, they were attacked by the combined Arab armies of Egypt, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon and Iraq. He then signs a military agreement with king Hussein of Jordan. No negotiations, No reconciliation and No recognition of Israel. Egypt and Syria launch a surprise attack on October 6. On December 20, President Sadat of Egypt goes to Jerusalem to offer peace in exchange for withdrawal from the Sinai peninsula. Israel and PLO sign the Oslo peace accords to negotiate the Palestinian statehood, withdrawal from West Bank and Gaza, but the status of Jerusalem will be determined later. The nation of Israel is the model of the people of God who will live here forever. The future temple will be the people, not a building. Then Hammurabi of Babylon conquered Ashur until they were conquered by the Kassites. Shalmaneser I expanded the kingdom into Hittite territory Neo-Assyrian Kingdom ("911-612 BC").
Islamic forces conquer Jerusalem under caliph Omar Ibn Al-Khattab. Since the Ottoman empire was aligned with Germany, it encouraged the Arabs to revolt in June 1916 and promised them independence and sovereign unity as a nation without an independent Jewish state. While promising the Arabs independence, France and Britain were planning to place the region under their own jurisdiction. When the land was no longer productive, it was simply abandoned and another land was registered for use.
There was a secret agreement between Britain, France and Russia to divide the areas of the Ottoman Empire after the eventual defeat of the Turks. Great Britain controlled Iraq, Palestine and Transjordan. It could be passed to heirs and sublet as long as it did not lay fallow for three years.
Unwilling to take the Jews into their countries, the colonial overlords tried to dump the Jews into their least desirable colonies and finally settled on Palestine as the solution because they ruled the Middle East.
Jerusalem becomes an independent province reporting to Jerusalem. British conquer Egypt and establish themselves as a political power in the region. The long history of persecution demanded an answer to the question of providing a safe, permanent home for the Jews. This is two thirds of the European Jews and one third of the global Jews who were murdered by the Germans. While Zionism prepared the Jewish heart for a homeland, it was antisemitism and colonialism that repatriated the Jews in Israel.
First Revolt (66-73 AD) Emperors Vespasian and Titus. Some have been eliminated and the identity of the rest as a people have been lost.