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Israelite

1. Bible a member of the ethnic group claiming descent from Jacob; a Hebrew
2. Bible a citizen of the kingdom of Israel (922 to 721bc) as opposed to Judah
3. a member of any of various Christian sects who regard themselves as God's chosen people
References in classic literature ?
As you spoke a while ago of the passage of the Israelites and of the catastrophe to the Egyptians, I will ask whether you have met with the traces under the water of this great historical fact?
Now, whether this passage were miraculous or not, the Israelites, nevertheless, crossed there to reach the Promised Land, and Pharaoh's army perished precisely on that spot; and I think that excavations made in the middle of the sand would bring to light a large number of arms and instruments of Egyptian origin.
The poor Israelite seemed so staggered by the address of the military monk, that the Templar had passed on to the extremity of the hall ere he raised his head from the humble posture which he had assumed, so far as to be sensible of his departure.
One day, he realized the dream in his heart was to become a leader and free the Israelites from their bondage of slavery in Egypt.
If one looks at even King Solomon, he perpetuated human rights abuses in the form of slavery of the Northern Israelites, which led to civil war with the Southern Israelites on his death.
com/ajhg/fulltext/S0002-9297(17)30276-8) study published Thursday found that the ancient Canaanites were not destroyed by the Israelites as the Bible says, but rather that they went on to become modern-day Lebanese.
But the very fact that he allows them to give an answer should make us question the possibility of their being Israelites.
Ajrud inscriptions and the Khirbet el-Qom blessing as indications that some Israelites worshiped female deities like Asherah.
Israelites living in Egypt transformed that civilization's hieroglyphics into Hebrew 1.
Israelites in Erin: Exodus, Revolution, and the Irish Revival
After experiencing God's provision, power and promises, the Israelites refused to respect His timing.
The bibliography "focuses only on Israelite imprints that contain text or meaningful content" (21) and does not include other ephemeral material printed by the Israelites (postcards, train tickets, menus, labels, etc.