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Birthplace of the Jewish people, the place where the final form of the Hebrew Bible is thought to have been compiled, and the birthplace of Judaism and Christianity. Wikipedia

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    • After the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948, the Jews in Syria faced greater discrimination as the government adopted anti-Jewish measures.1949 Menarsha synagogue attack-Wikipedia
    • After the establishment of the State of Israel, Jews in Syria faced greater discrimination as the Syrian government enforced tighter restrictions.Jobar-Wikipedia
    • During the early days of Israeli statehood, there was an extreme shortage of housing for the thousands of olim (immigrants) who flooded to Jerusalem.Musrara-Wikipedia
    • However, during the Persian, Maccabean, Roman, and Early Muslim periods, locals continued to bring these items to the sacred precinct of the upper hill.Tel Arad-Wikipedia
    • After the establishment of the State of Israel, Jews in Syria faced greater discrimination as the Syrian government enforced tighter restrictions on them.Jobar Synagogue-Wikipedia
    • This type of pottery oven continued to be used in the region until the Roman period.Tirzah (ancient city)-Wikipedia

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