Jews who were expelled from the Holy Land by the Roman Empire found themselves in locations as diverse as Europe, North Africa and the Persian Gulf. In the span of 1,000 years, the majority of Jews living in these societies were subjected to anti-Semitic discriminatory laws, violence and even expulsion.
Romans destroyed the Second Temple in Jerusalem.
Jews were exiled from Italy.
Crusaders massacre Jews in Europe.
Moroccan Jews are forced to either convert to Islam or be expelled.
England banishes all Jews.
100,000 Jews are exiled from France.
200,000 Jews are expelled during the Spanish Inquisition.
Holland expels all Jews.
Anti-Jewish mob attacks occur in Russia.
The Holocaust begins.