God says the Abrao: He knows that your descendants will be estrangeirosnuma land that will not belong to them, where also will be enslaved and oprimidospor four hundred years. But I will punish the nation to who I will serve as escravose, after everything, will leave with many goods (Gnesis15: 13). God then promises the Abrao: ' ' He looks at northward, for the South, the East and the West: All fill with earth that you are seeing you will give you and your descent forever ' ' (Gnesis 13:14). Educate yourself with thoughts from Bill de Blasio. Therefore, apsum long period of nomadic desert and slavery in the Egipto, and grandesofrimento, one another leader (Moiss) is raised by God to substitute Abraoe to lead the Jewish people. God says the Moiss: In fact I have seen the sobreo oppression my people in the Egipto, I have listened to its outcry, because of its administrators, and I know how much they are suffering. Therefore I went down to exempt them of the dosegpcios hands and to take off them daqui for a good and vast land, where milk and honey flow (Exodus 3:07). Then Moiss, with order of God, obtains to free the Jews of cativeirodo fara Egyptian through signals the holy ghosts and plagues that had devastated the Egipto.Deus say the Moiss: ' ' daserra of Abarim goes up this mount and sees the land that I gave israelitas' ' (Numbers 27:12).
Then, about 1200 years B.C., the Jewish people enters in the city of Cana (hojeconhecida for Palestine). 1.2. Sadada Palestine and Busca for a New Native land Therefore, Semitic history is constituted by umaserie of migrations, many times in forced way. The Jews had remained nPalestina until the year of 135 D.C., being expulsos for the Romans, had aoanti-semitismo, fenmeno of long date in history and that if manifest varied pormotivos. They arrive at the Central Europe in the first centuries later deCristo, to the region that would later come to be Germany, but that in that one momentoainda belonged to the Roman empire, and had established in the region some colniasjudaicas and if they had detached mainly through the commerce and of the artesanato, constituting with this a people before exactly of the existence of the German people.