83 From the book: A STORY OF THE GREATEST LIES 28 A new page began in the history of the Jewish people. Scattering for long, almost 2000 years. Suffering, persecution, rejection, execution, and reproach. The era of Christianity began, which did not want to put up with another monotheistic religion. Persecution, compulsion to convert to Christianity, enmity and contempt of the authorities was passed on to the common people.
82 From the book: A STORY OF THE GREATEST LIES 27 The destruction of the Temple, loss of independence, the death of hundreds of thousands, and the capture of thousands of those driven into slavery. It became a disaster for the Jewish people. All the next 60 years in the deserted Judea, unrest did not subside, which in 132 grew into an uprising led by Bar Kokhba. At first, he was successful and was even called the Messiah.
81 From the book: A STORY OF THE GREATEST LIES 26 Emperor Vespasian became the founder of the Flavian dynasty. After the death of Nero, the Roman legions in the East proclaimed Vespasian. Vespasian's son Titus carefully prepared for the assault on Jerusalem. Vespasian, leaving his son Titus at the head of the army, hastened to Rome. The war continued for two more years and ended in 70 with the complete defeat of the Jews. The temple was taken by storm, plundered, and burned.
80 From the book: A STORY OF THE GREATEST LIES 25 The first revolt against Rome broke out in 66 C.E. The procurator of Judea, Gessius Florus, demanded that the Jerusalem Temple pay 17 talents from the treasury. After the refusal, Gessius Florus ordered the troops to attack the Jews. Judea rebelled. The Temple was plundered, killing more than 3,600 Jews. At first, no one in Rome took the rebels seriously.
79 From the book: HISTORY OF THE GREATEST LIES 24 Decline and unrest in the people in the country are also associated with the unbearable taxes of Rome, the arbitrariness and violence of the Roman procurators. The parties at war with each other, the messianic movement expecting the promised miracle, the appearance of the Messiah, and then Judea will become an independent country in dreams, where peace and justice will reign.
78 From the book: THE HISTORY OF A GREAT LODE 23 JEWISH WARS It was the thirtieth year of a new era. Judea was seething. The Roman government, having made Judea autonomous, subordinated the government to the Syrian ruler. In Jerusalem, there was a procurator of Judea and a garrison of Roman soldiers. The civil power was divided among the heirs of Herod the Great. The Sanhedrin exercised religious authority.
According to Professor Knoll's theory, Irsus, the one who despised the Egyptian religion and brought the mercenaries from Canaan was in fact our Moses. He confirmed his assumption by the fact that the queen who ruled before Setnakhte was Tusret, the wife of the second Sethi, who died in 1196 BC. The documents said that her reign lasted only two to three years, after which a mysterious, mysterious event took place.
The Great Harris Papyrus is the longest known papyrus from Egypt (40 in length), found in a tomb near Habu state opposite Luxor, on the west bank of the Nile. The Harris Papyrus tells of a time when Egypt was a desolate land devoid of solid leadership until a man named Irsu came to power. The literal meaning of his name is a pretender, a person outside the dynasty pretending to be a king.
This is an alternative narrative of the biblical story of the Exodus, based on historical and archaeological finds, as well as Egyptian anti-Jewish literature regarding the origin of the Jewish people and the character of Moses. This alternate story based on Professor Israel Zero's fascinating book, How the Bible Was Born.
77 From the book: HISTORY OF THE GREATEST LIES 22 The new religion, later called Christianity, did not immediately capture the minds and hearts of its followers. The adherents of the new religion were persecuted, desecrated, and executed. The God of the new religion himself was crucified on the cross. The disciples of Christ (the apostles) announced that the teacher was resurrected and appeared to them, presenting the wounds from the crucifixion.