JEWS FOR JUSTICE
Judea is a country against which the Romans fought. After numerous uprisings (last 132-135), the country was destroyed, the surviving people were expelled from its borders, and Syria Palestine replaced the name itself. Scattered among numerous nations two millennia ago, the Jews retained their ethnic culture, religion, language, lifestyle, appearance, and clothing. The Jews were strangers, newcomers, alien to the peoples they settled: their customs, religion, rituals, and unwillingness to assimilate caused rejection, hostility, and fear. The Christian Church supported these antagonistic sentiments in every possible way, accusing the Jewish Jews of all sorts of sins and, first of all, of the murder of the Christian God. Jews were limited in their rights and became victims of pogroms (devastation, robberies, massacres).