due to the Romans' carnage and pillage in Jerusalem during Titus in 70-73AD, who brought 60 000 Roman soldiers with him from Rome to destroy Jerusalem, there were Jewish families, who fled from the city and one such group built a fortress at the Dead Sea, on a hill top, called Massada. But the Romans went after them and sieged them for 4 years at the root of the hill. 960 Jews committed suicide there rather than surrender to the Romans as it is forbidden to the Jews to serve others but our dear beloved G-D. Titus got his arch of Triumph next to the Colosseum as a "reward" for killing Jews and destroying Jerusalem to the ground and setting the Jewish Temple on fire. Wonder howcome the BBC is unaware of this historic Arch and the history behind it? After Titus came Trajanus, who ordered the Jews to be killed from Iraq to Egypt. Historian Appianos wrote: "Trajanus ordered the Jews to be annihilated to extinction". After Trajanus came Hadrianus, whose plan was to "complete" the "final solution" Trajanus had started. - The BBC has HUGE gaps in civilization! That is really surprising since we live in information societies surrounded with abundant knowledge and easy access to it.
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