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The Hebrews / Jews conquer Canaan

Letter From ItiA

Once the Jews escaped Egypt, they were perplexed as to where to go.  Behind them lay the vast empire of the Egyptians.  They were sure to die if they returned, or for that matter even slowed down.  They thought the northern area at the Mediterranean Sea was just as barren as when their forefathers were there 400 years ago, so they headed out into the disappearing grasslands of Saudi Arabia.  For a whole generation they wandered the desert consuming the last bits of grassland, moving from one area to another as they used up the natural resources.  A full generation later, they came upon the location of present day Israel.  The same technique of scouting that found the great Egyptian Empire 400 years ago, crossed the small mountain range and Jordan river to find the land of plenty.  A land, “flowing with milk and honey”.  Remember, they were in the desert where both milk and honey were nearly non-existent.

The Jews had taken every military lesson possible from Egypt. Moses created an army that mirrored the tactics and divisions of the Egyptian Army.  Even with this advantage, the Jews still did not have enough soldiers to wipe out Canaan.  So they went back to the desert for two more generation, so that they could build up enough men to carry out Moses’ evil plan of genocide on the region.

The Jews were a full generation hardened by the desert.  They had stumbled on a small portion of their continent that was plentiful in comparison to the Saudi Arabian desert.  In the evolution of man, the time had finally come to battle over lands with the “all or nothing”, “win or die” mentality.  The land was already occupied by many different cultures, many different cities, all co-habitating the same piece of productive land.    To the Jews, the world was full of unproductive land.  Canaan represented survival of their people.  Not living in Canaan meant that their culture would surely die out.  They were not about to let a anything, including human compassion or ethics keep them from taking over the land.

To the east of Canaan was the Jordan River Valley.  There were three large civilizations there.  Before the Jews ever set foot in Canaan, they committed three acts of complete genocide, wiping the cultures from the face of the earth.  They rushed in and savagely destroyed all the civilizations in Israel, one at a time.  The war lessons they had learned in Egypt were superior in every way to the defenses of the civilizations living in Israel at that time.

After the complete genocide of many of the societies, and enslavement of others in the area, the Jews took on the new land with the intent of keeping it forever.  They built great cities and grew their nation as quickly as possible.  Within a few generations they had their own little kingdom.   No interest in co-habitation, or tolerance.  No belief in equality or even acceptance of others as human beings.  This was a culture like many other violent cultures that believed that they were “chosen of god”, and infinitely more important that other cultures.    This was a culture that was very much the same Israel then as it is today.

It should be noted in history that among the great conquerors of the world, Alexander the Great, Genghis Khan, Rome, The Greeks, The Ottomans, the Germanic tribes of Europe, or Nazi Germany, no other culture had such a sociopathic military style.  The rule of Jewish warfare is immediate death to all women, children, men, and livestock of their enemies.   Other cultures may have enslaved their enemies, killed a large number of them in battle, or taken over their lands, but none of them committed genocide on the scale of the Jews.  Even in Nazi Germany, Jews were taken to work camps, not killed immediately as the Jews did to the cities of the Jordan River Valley and Canaan.  Try to imagine, just for one moment, the end of a civilization.  Not millions of your people killed, but the absolute end to your people.

In World War II the Nazi’s committed crimes against the Jewish people, but the Jews have recovered.  In the time of the Jewish invasion of Canaan, we lost over a dozen cultures, a dozen societies that will never positively contribute to our society.  A dozen peace loving cultures were replaced by one violent nation that continues to believe in their superiority even to this day.


  1. B.C
    June 9, 2010 at 12:13 am

    Sources pls , but me like 😀

    • June 9, 2010 at 8:58 am

      1 Samuel 15:2-3
      Thus saith the LORD of hosts … go and smite Amalek, and utterly destroy all that they have, and spare them not; but slay both man and woman, infant and suckling, ox and sheep, camel and ass.

      Joshua 6
      21 They devoted the city to the Lord and destroyed with the sword every living thing in it—men and women, young and old, cattle, sheep and donkeys.

      Joshua 8
      22 The men of the ambush also came out of the city against them, so that they were caught in the middle, with Israelites on both sides. Israel cut them down, leaving them neither survivors nor fugitives.

      Joshua 10
      32 The Lord handed Lachish over to Israel, and Joshua took it on the second day. The city and everyone in it he put to the sword, just as he had done to Libnah. 33 Meanwhile, Horam king of Gezer had come up to help Lachish, but Joshua defeated him and his army—until no survivors were left.

      38 Then Joshua and all Israel with him turned around and attacked Debir. 39 They took the city, its king and its villages, and put them to the sword. Everyone in it they totally destroyed. They left no survivors. They did to Debir and its king as they had done to Libnah and its king and to Hebron.

      Joshua 11
      7 So Joshua and his whole army came against them suddenly at the Waters of Merom and attacked them, 8 and the Lord gave them into the hand of Israel. They defeated them and pursued them all the way to Greater Sidon, to Misrephoth Maim, and to the Valley of Mizpah on the east, until no survivors were left. 9 Joshua did to them as the Lord had directed: He hamstrung their horses and burned their chariots. (Hamstringing means that they cut the muscles in the horses so they were crippled)

      Joshua 12 shows the countries that the Hebrews committed genocide apon.

      List of Defeated Kings

      12 These are the kings of the land whom the Israelites had defeated and whose territory they took over east of the Jordan, from the Arnon Gorge to Mount Hermon, including all the eastern side of the Arabah:

      2 Sihon king of the Amorites,

      who reigned in Heshbon. He ruled from Aroer on the rim of the Arnon Gorge—from the middle of the gorge—to the Jabbok River, which is the border of the Ammonites. This included half of Gilead. 3 He also ruled over the eastern Arabah from the Sea of Kinneretha to the Sea of the Arabah (the Salt Seab), to Beth Jeshimoth, and then southward below the slopes of Pisgah.

      4 And the territory of Og king of Bashan,

      one of the last of the Rephaites, who reigned in Ashtaroth and Edrei. 5 He ruled over Mount Hermon, Salecah, all of Bashan to the border of the people of Geshur and Maacah, and half of Gilead to the border of Sihon king of Heshbon.

      6 Moses, the servant of the Lord, and the Israelites conquered them. And Moses the servant of the Lord gave their land to the Reubenites, the Gadites and the half-tribe of Manasseh to be their possession.

      7 These are the kings of the land that Joshua and the Israelites conquered on the west side of the Jordan, from Baal Gad in the Valley of Lebanon to Mount Halak, which rises toward Seir (their lands Joshua gave as an inheritance to the tribes of Israel according to their tribal divisions— 8 the hill country, the western foothills, the Arabah, the mountain slopes, the desert and the Negev—the lands of the Hittites, Amorites, Canaanites, Perizzites, Hivites and Jebusites):

      9 the king of Jericho one

      the king of Ai (near Bethel) one

      10 the king of Jerusalem one

      the king of Hebron one

      11 the king of Jarmuth one

      the king of Lachish one

      12 the king of Eglon one

      the king of Gezer one

      13 the king of Debir one

      the king of Geder one

      14 the king of Hormah one

      the king of Arad one

      15 the king of Libnah one

      the king of Adullam one

      16 the king of Makkedah one

      the king of Bethel one

      17 the king of Tappuah one

      the king of Hepher one

      18 the king of Aphek one

      the king of Lasharon one

      19 the king of Madon one

      the king of Hazor one

      20 the king of Shimron Meron one

      the king of Acshaph one

      21 the king of Taanach one

      the king of Megiddo one

      22 the king of Kedesh one

      the king of Jokneam in Carmel one

      23 the king of Dor (in Naphoth Dorc) one

      the king of Goyim in Gilgal one

      24 the king of Tirzah one

      thirty-one kings in all.

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