Lucas Ledet

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  • 500

    Persian Empire

    Persian Empire
    Between 500-400 B.C. the Persian empire was dominant. It conquered all the the middle east (present day iran).
  • 570


    The birth of muhammed occured in 570 CE. His birth would change the middle east forever
  • Jan 1, 632

    Muhammed's Death

    Muhammed's Death
    Muhammeds death shocked the muslims world. Another caliph had to take place and the perfect choice was Abu Bakr
  • Jan 1, 1147

    Crusaders take on Jews.

    Crusaders take on Jews.
    Crusaders find choose and prescute them. They destroy many properties and slaughter many jews.
  • Jan 1, 1240

    Jewish peoples enter canaan

    Jewish peoples enter canaan
    Between 1240 and 1050 BCE most jewish started to migrate to the holy city of canaan. Canaan was the home city of Abraham
  • Jan 1, 1300

    Ottoman Empire

    Ottoman Empire
    Originating around 1300, the Ottoman Empire eventually expanded to include most of the Balkans and the Black Sea area, Anatolia, the Fertile Crescent, and northern Africa as far west as the borders of Morocco. It was for centuries the primary empire in the Middle East and North Africa.
  • Jan 1, 1516

    Ottoman reign in israel

    Ottoman reign in israel
    throughout 1516-1916 the ottoman turks ruled israel
  • Jan 1, 1534

    Henry VIII

    Henry VIII
    Henry VII unrightfully declares that he is the head of the church. No one can just declare leader of the church, it is considered a disgrace to many people
  • Jews Migrate

    Jews Migrate
    In 1700 BCE most jewish followers migrated to egypt
  • Zionist Movement

    Zionist Movement
    The Zionist movement gained momentum during the late 1800s among Jews living in Europe. They began a quest to re-establish an independent Israel.
  • British open suez canal

    British open suez canal
    In 1869 the suez canal was open by europeans. This opening was a sign of influnce go to the middle east.
  • British takes Palestine

    British takes Palestine
    During World War I, British forces defeated the Turks and gained control of the Biblical land of Israel, which also is known as Palestine. The League of Nations granted the United Kingdom a mandate over Palestine in 1922. Prior to British rule, the land had been controlled by the Turks as part of the Ottoman Empire for about 400 years.
  • Boys see the Virgin Mary

    Boys see the Virgin Mary
    In 1917, three sheperd boys claim to have seen the virgin mary. Seeing her would be a great privelage, but were they telling the truth?
  • Balfour Declaration

    Balfour Declaration
    The Balfour Declaration by the British clearly expresses support for a Jewish state in Palestine, clearly at odds with the earlier McMahon Correspondences.
  • Nazi's start to kill off Jews

    Nazi's start to kill off Jews
    During the 1930s and 1940s, Jews in Germany endure intense persecution. About six million Jews died during World War II, due to a program of state-sponsored extermination by Nazi Germany that targeted Jews and other groups of people. The event becomes known as the Holocaust. The pressure to re-establish a Jewish homeland intensifies
  • League of Nations

    League of Nations
    After WWI, the newly formed League of Nations gave Great Britain a mandate over Palestine. Palestine's location on the eastern shore of the Mediterranean Sea seemed like a great prize to the British, but problems soon erupted.
  • Israel is made a Country

    Israel is made a Country
    In 1948, after almost 1900 years had passed, Israel was again declared a sovereign nation and officially reestablished in the promised land. Through a series of miraculous events, including the Jews retaking of Jerusalem in 1967, this generation is witnessing the fulfillment of prophecy with respect to God's special nation.....
  • Closing of Suez Canal

    Closing of Suez Canal
    Following breakdowns in talks with the Arab nations, and Egypt closing both the Suez Canal and the Strait of Tiran, Israel's access to the Red Sea, to Israeli shipping, Israel invaded Egypt. Israel quickly took control over Gaza and the Sinai Peninsula, and was aided by the French and the British who were angry with Egyptian President Abdel Nasser's handling of the Suez Canal. The UN, backed by the United States and the Soviet Union, ended the war and forced the invading nations to leave Egypt,
  • Six Day War

    Six Day War
    During the Six-Day War of 1967, Israel takes control of Jerusalem and other ancient Jewish territories. The war also is known as 1967 Arab-Israeli War or the Third Arab-Israeli War
  • Middle East Oil Embargo

    Middle East Oil Embargo
    Many Middle Eastern states placed an oil embargo on those nations they saw as favoring Israel in their policies, including the United States. The embargo ended in early 1974 and while it did not bring about great changes, it was detrimental to the economies of the nations it was placed upon and harmful to their citizens
  • Imperialism starts in middle east

    Imperialism starts in middle east
    The famous french dicator Napolean Bonapart invades Egypt. This dictator was very dangerous and effective.
  • Taliban

    In the late 1900's the Taliban rise. They rise and take over the country of afghanistan causing lots of controversy
  • Hebrew becomes a official language

    Hebrew becomes a official language
    Hebrew was the language of the Jewish people in Biblical times, and most of the Old Testament was written in Hebrew. The language largely dies out over time but is revived in the 1900s. In 1982, it becomes an official language for Israel. Hebrew and Arabic are currently official languages of Israel.
  • Muslim Extremists take action

    Muslim Extremists take action
    A very disturbing event in the U.S. on this day. Muslim extremists attack New York City ad succeed
  • Pope John Paul II

    Pope John Paul II
    After pope benedict's death, christianity needed a new pope to take it place. Pope John Paul was beatified into the process.
  • Surrounding Countries Invade Israel

    Surrounding Countries Invade Israel
    Within hours of Israel's declaration of independence, the surrounding countries launch an invasion of Israel. The armies of Egypt, Syria, Lebanon and Iraq attack Israel. The war becomes known as the 1948 Arab-Israeli War.
  • Jewish first temple is completed

    Jewish first temple is completed
    On the modern hebrew calendar (2937) and in 823 B.C. the first jewish temple was made.It took 7.5 years to make