Philistini What historical events would those be, By the way Philistini did you know that Tzippori (Hebrew) Suffuriyeh (Arabic) Was a JEWISH town for over 2000 years, A town that during the first temple 1000 BC, During the second temple and the Hashmonic era 167 - 63 BC, And during the Grate Rebellion of 66 to 70 it was the only Jewish town that was not destroyed. At the end of the second century the Jewish Sanhedrin moved to Tzippori, and at the year 220 Rabbi Yehoda Hanasi finished the compiler of the Mishna in Tzippori, During the 4 century Tzippori was considered a very big city with 18,000 Jews, Tzippori scholars took part in the making of the Talmod Yeroshlami completed at the 4 century, and at the year 351 Tzippori was the place were the rebellion against Galos began. During the Byzantine period the Tzippori still was Jewish Town with a Jewish majority and a Christian minority. At the Year 363 there was an earthquake the city was rebuild, and was a Jewish town till the middle of the 5 century. From the middle of the 5 century, Tzippori is made up of a mixed Jewish Christian community, the Jewish community shrinks but is still beating and kicking. During the 7 century after the first Arab conquest Tzippori name is changed to Saffuriyeh. During the Christian Crusades (1099 to 1290) Tzippori name is changed to Saffuri and a church and a fortress is built there by the Christian crusades. After the battle of Hattin the fortress is demolished Mamluks, and probably, so was the town! This Marks the 2000 years of Jewish presence in Tzippori. At the end of the Mamluk Period, Somewhere at the beginning of the Ottoman period, probably between 1516 and 1561 (Only 500 years ago), an Arab Village named Saffuriyeh was built on top of the old Jewish Town of Tzippori! The Arabs call it Saffurijeh The Christians Saffuri The Jews restored its name to its original name Tzippori!
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