Sunday 29/October/2023 – 03:48 PM
The curse of the eighth decade has become one of the things that many Israelis talk about, and he also mentioned it Abu Obeida The spokesman for the Al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of the Palestinian resistance movement Hamas, when he spoke yesterday about the curse of the eighth decade.
Benjamin Netanyahu, the Prime Minister of the occupation, also spoke about the curse of the eighth century last year during the celebration of the 80th anniversary of the Israeli occupation of Palestine, as raising his fears of the demise of Israel, as the curse of the eighth century came at the end of the Hasmonean Kingdom, or the Jewish Hasmonean dynasty.
As Cairo 24 is keen to provide the latest news about the war on Palestine and Gaza, we will present to you information about the curse of the eighth decade among the Jews, as well as the story of the Hasmonean Kingdom or the Jewish Hasmonean dynasty that terrifies Netanyahu.
What is the curse of the eighth decade among the Jews?
The curse of the eighth decade among the Jews is the end of the Jewish occupation of Palestine by the Romans, as the Hasmonean Kingdom lasted for 77 years and ended after the Roman Empire conquered it.
As the Al-Aqsa flood began, many Israelis worried that their occupation of Palestine would end The curse of the eighth decadeBecause the age of the Israeli occupation of Palestine converges with the age of the history of the Hasmonean Kingdom.
The story of the Hasmonean Kingdom…truth or myth?
Regarding the story of the Hasmonean Kingdom, the Hasmonean dynasty ruled Judea between 37 BC and 140 BC during ancient times, and the Hasmonean Kingdom ended after the Roman Empire invaded it.
In 2019, the occupation announced an archaeological site containing a cemetery belonging to the Hasmonean dynasty, and a wine production site.
Regarding the truth about the existence of the Hasmonean Kingdom or the Jewish Hasmonean dynasty, the primary source of these myths was the Jew Flavius, who was imprisoned by the Romans and then cooperated with them to become a Roman citizen and military officer. He wrote that information about the Hasmonean Kingdom and the curse of the eighth decade in his first book on the Jewish Wars in Rome, and that This prompted many to question his credibility as a historian.
Political analyst and professor at Suez Canal University, Sameh Abbas, stated earlier this year that there are concerns and fears among Israeli thinkers about the curse of the eighth decade and the beginning of Israel’s collapse, according to the scenario of historical events in ancient Jewish history surrounding the Hasmonean Kingdom.
This came in light of his comment on the demonstrations that broke out in Israel last March, which he described as a step towards Israeli disintegration, reaching the level of civil war and the beginning of the third Jewish destruction, according to the vision of Israeli futurists.
It is noteworthy that Abu Ubaida said a text about the curse of the eighth decade: “The time of Zionism’s defeat has begun, and the curse of the eighth decade will fall upon them. They must return to their Torah and Talmud, so that they read it well, and wait impatiently for the time of their humiliation.”
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