Kaely Wickham

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  • 300

    Judaism- Creation

    Judaism- Creation
    God created man in his image (according to Judaism)
  • 335

    Contruction of the Holy Sepulchre

    Contruction of the Holy Sepulchre
    Work began in 326
  • 500

    Time of Abraham

    Time of Abraham
    God chooses Abraham as his servant and gives him the Promised Land. Start the 12 tribes.
  • Period: 500 to Jan 1, 1200

    Ghana's Trading Empire

    Weakened under Muslim ontrol.
  • 570

    Muhammed's Birth

    Muhammed's Birth
    Muhammed is born in Makkah and is sent to live with a nomad family.
  • 595

    Muhammed's Message

    Muhammed's Message
    Muhammed went to a cave to pray and recieved a message from God. This started Islam.
  • Period: Jan 1, 600 to Jan 1, 900

    600-900 CE

    Spread of Islam in Africa- Muslims settle in Kumbi.
  • Jan 1, 622

    Muhammed's Hijrah

    Muhammed's Hijrah
    Muhammed and his followers went on a pilgrimage called the "Hijrah." This became the first year in the Muslim Calendar.
  • Jan 1, 680

    Dome of the Rock

    Dome of the Rock
    Built in Jerusalem on the remains of the Jewish temple
  • Jan 26, 930

    Slavery in Egypt

    The descendants of Abraham put into slavery in Egypt for 430 years. Moses saves his people from Egypt. "Oh Lord let my people go"
  • Jan 26, 930

    The Ten Commandments

    The Ten Commandments
    Using the 10 plagues- Moses goes to Sinai and recieves the 10 Commandments
  • Jan 26, 960

    Exile

    The Hebrews are exiled
  • Nov 1, 1095

    1st Crusade Launched

    1st Crusade Launched
    Pope Urban II preached a sermon at Clermont-Ferrand in France to launch the First Crusade.
  • Mar 24, 1145

    2nd Crusade

    2nd Crusade
    Started in response to the fall of the County of Edessa the previous year to the forces of Jengi.
  • Nov 2, 1187

    Saladin Retakes Jerusalem

    Saladin brings his army to Jerusalem and defeats the Christian army at the Battle of Hattin, allowing him to retake the holy land.
  • Mar 28, 1192

    3rd Crusade

    3rd Crusade
    Also known as the Kings' Crusade, was an attempt by European leaders to reconquer the Holy Land from Saladin. Largely successful, but unable to retake Jerusalem.
  • Jan 2, 1291

    Massacre of Acre

    The Siege of Acre resulted in the loss of the Crusader-controlled city of Acre to the Muslims
  • Period: Jul 27, 1299 to

    The Ottoman Empire

    Collapsed in 1923 due to currupt rulers and failure of modernization and reforms.
  • May 29, 1453

    Turks Capture Constantinople

    Thus ending the Eastern Roman Empire
  • Treaty of Gulistan

    Between Imperial Russia and Persia as a result of the First Russo-Persian War.
  • Jews want Homeland

    The Jews want a homeland where they will not be prosecuted or can practice Judaism in peace.
  • Anglo-Russian Convention of 1907

    This agreement seemingly ended a long-standing struggle for power between Russia and Britain in Central Asia
  • Period: to

    European Colonialism

    The era where Europe Colonized much of Africa and the Middle East.
  • Ottoman Empire decline

    Ottoman Empire decline
    WWI destroyed the Ottoman empire in 1914
  • Sykes-Picot Accord

    The sykes-Picot Accord secretly made by the British and French diplomats was to divide up the land of the Ottoman empire.
  • Balfour Declaration

    Balfour Declaration
    Issued by Britain, to help establish a "national home" for Jews Palestine.
  • Britain Oversees The Country

    At the end of WWI, Britain was put in charge of the mandate to govern Palestine in 1922 by the League of Nations.
  • Immagration

    Encouraged by the British, many Jews moved to British contolled Palestine.
  • British Controlled Palestine

    by 1933 238,000 Jews lived in the Country.
  • Period: to

    Holocaust

    The Holocast was started by German Nazis and killed over 6 million Jews.
  • Pre-Holocaust

    When Hitler rises to power 165,000 more Jews move to the area.
  • US oil production

    US oil production
    The United states produces 63% of the world's oil in 1940.
  • Period: to

    1940s migrations

    After WWII, Jews moved to Palestine to start over from the Holocaust and gained sympathy from the West.
  • US relationship with Iran

    President Franklin Roosevelt starts providing aid to the Saudi Monarchy.
  • Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry

    President Truman expresses his opposition and says that he wants to await and consider the report of the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry.
  • British Departure Announcement

    British announce they would leave Palestine within a year, turning over responsibility to the United Nations
  • Britain Gives Up The Mandate

    Palestine is put under UN control. The UN propose that the Arabs and Jews live in economic harmony.
  • Partition of Palestine

    Gave independence to Arab and Jewish states.
  • Arab League Declares Jihad on Israel

    After Israel declares statehood, the Arab League declares Jihad (Holy War) against Israel. Egypt, Iraq, Syria, Saudi Arabia, and Jordan declare war and invade Israel.
  • Acception

    The Jews like the proposal but the Arabs disagree as it was their home. The british withdrew in 1948 and the state of Israel was declared. War broke out between Israel and other Arab countries.
  • The Birth of Israel

    The Birth of Israel
    The United Nations created Israel after WWI to create a homeland for Jews. The British felt sympathy for Jews after the Holocaust and wanted to give them a place.
  • Arab-Israeli war

    With the creation of Israel histilities erupted immediately, culminating the Arab-Israeli War.
  • The fighting ends

    The arab-israeli war ends.
  • Battle of Algiers

    The Algerian War was a conflict between France and Algerian Independence movements, which led to Algeria gaining its independence from France.
  • Suez Canal Incident

    The Suez Crisis, also referred to as the Tripartite Aggression, was a war fought by Britain, France, and Israel against Egypt.
  • 6 Day War

    Israel and Arabia fight over eachother's land. Israel wins with help from the US.
  • Yom Kippur War

    Egypt and Syria do a surprise attack on Israel.
  • Camp David Accords

    Signed by Sadat the egyptian and 13 days of secret negotiations for a peace treaty between Israel and Eygypt.
  • Saddam Hussein comes to power

    Saddam Hussein became president of Iraq in 1979 and ordered the execution of many of his rivals.
  • Iraq invades Iran

    Iraq invaded Iran in 1980 after a territorial dispute intensified longstanding tensions. The 8 year war killed thousands and ended in a stalemate.
  • Killing of Shi'i Muslims

    Saddam Hussein kills 148 Shi'i Muslims. This later gets him sentenced to death.
  • 1982 war

    Israel launches a big attack to destroy all military bases of the Palestene Liberation Organization.
  • Intifada

    An individual was stabbed to death while shoppinh in Gaza and some more killing happened. Rmors said this was an Israeli act of revenge. This sparked a wave of threats between West Bank and Gaza, Jerusalem.
  • 1st Gulf War

    A U.N.-authorized coalition force from 34 nations led by the United States against Iraq, Also been referred to as the Mother of All Battles, and Operation Desert Storm.
  • Iraq invades Kuwait

    Saddam Hussein ordered the invasion of Kuwait in 1990 even after the help from the United States druing the war with Iran. The Persian Gulf War followed, and a U.S.-led military coalition forced Iraq to withdraw from Kuwait in February 1991.
  • Oslo Accords

    Agreements signed in Washington. Main idea was for Israel to withdraw from territories of Jedea, Samaria, and the Gaza Strip to create Palestinian Authority for self-government for a short amount of time until arrangements were made.
  • Invasion of Iraq

    The British and United States invade Iraq after another weapons inspection in 2002 and 2003. Iraq had failed to get rid of all weapons of mass destruction.
  • Operation Iraqi Freedom

    The Iraq War or War on Iraq, also referred to as the second Gulf War or Operation Iraqi Freedom, was a multinational invasion of Iraq.
  • Death of Saddam Hussein

    Iraqi court sentances Saddam Hussein to death after finding him guilty of crimes against humanity in 1982.
  • Death of Saddam Hussein

    an Iraqi court sentences Saddam Hussein to death after finding him guilty of crimes against humanity.
  • Withdrawl from Iraq

    President Obama announces that U.S. troops would leave the country by the end of 2011.
  • Now

    The countries are still at war after ver 50 years.