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以色列耶路撒冷3000年歷史:3個業主產權之爭(猶太人,基督教,伊斯蘭教) |《耶路撒冷三千年》解讀(加沙,加薩,巴以沖突,中東戰爭,阿拉伯,巴勒斯坦,穆斯林)

天天讀書會2023-10-25
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The video explores the history and conflicts of a sacred city, spanning over 4000 years. It delves into Tyson's journey of struggle and redemption, alongside significant events like the Boxer Rebellion and the Crusades. The text also touches on the formation of nations, colonization, and the establishment of Israel. It discusses the complex historical and political dynamics in various regions, emphasizing the influence of faith and cultural interactions. Overall, it highlights the lasting impact of historical events and the importance of understanding the interconnectedness of civilizations over time.

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The mysterious city between the living and the dead with a sacred and secret thousand-year-old city at its center holds control over the entire city.
01:07
The eastern part of the city is considered the capital, with a history of ongoing conflicts despite different religious beliefs.
Over 4000 years, this city has endured human history's struggles and hardships.
The conflict initiated by Cold Road is seen as sacred by many religions.
Tyson's journey from struggle to ascension and conversion to Catholicism.
02:09
Tyson is considered sacred by different religious perspectives and compared to the author of 'Three Thousand Years of Coldness'.
The city where Tyson resides is seen as a celestial city by all three major religions.
The city has a history of over a thousand years of continuous development, even before the foundation of Islam and Christianity.
The book narrates the history and events of this city in the East.
Complexity of history and the challenge of fully understanding historical events.
04:29
Emphasis on the various causes and effects that shape historical narratives.
Significance of understanding the reasons behind events in hot spots in the Middle East.
Three main protagonists mentioned: Confucius, the founder of Islam, and Aristotle.
Importance of these figures in shaping history and their interactions with historical events.
The emergence of early human civilizations around 7000 years ago in central Eurasia and the Near East.
04:47
The Salem term 'settled' indicating the establishment of settled societies in historical records.
Development of defense mechanisms, ease of communication, and the emergence of various cultures.
Importance of powerful protectors in transitioning from nomadic to settled communities in different regions during various time periods.
Formation of the Han Dynasty in ancient China.
06:26
The Han people migrated to the Central Plains during the pre-Qin era, creating the Han Dynasty.
The Han Dynasty's leader defeated non-Han people, establishing a vibrant empire.
Traditional Han religion, characterized by strong religious sentiment and trustworthiness.
The Han people's beliefs and culture differed from previous centuries in ancient China.
Significance of central figure's location and impact on the nation.
08:02
Nation's weak power and split into two kingdoms after king's death.
Many attempts to invade and conquer over several centuries.
Neighboring kingdom taking over, defeating the king, and forcing them back.
Modern-day Israel's historical and religious significance with emotional connections and support.
The transformation of a desolate southern region into a province of the Roman Empire, resulting in the region being named Barcelona.
09:09
Highlighting a particular ethnic group facing a national disaster and raising concerns about the future of upcoming generations.
The importance of Saint Land as the holy land of a specific ethnic group, leading to the name Balesan emerging.
Exploring the origins of the name Balesan and reflecting on how the national disaster impacted the future of the people.
The influence of the group promoting Loma people and their beliefs.
11:02
Emphasis on focusing on the future world and societal righteousness proclaimed by Loma.
Loma's teachings attracting many followers due to his virtues of morality and intelligence.
Significant events in Loma's life, including his rise to fame and subsequent assassination.
Loma's legacy continuing to inspire his followers, even after his death.
The Boxer Rebellion and the Rise of the Boxer Church.
13:11
The Boxer Rebellion was sparked by a 66-year incident against the Roman reign, leading to resistance.
Wu Yifu, one of the Five Lords, organized a failed rebellion against foreign and local authorities.
The Boxers dispersed across Europe and Asia, with some remaining in China.
The Boxer Church gained prominence in Europe and became a significant religion after the rebellion.
The relationship between faith and Tyson's success in Europe.
14:04
Many view Tyson's victories as divine.
Tyson's dominance continued under the rule of Louis the XVI in France.
Napoleon was a believer in the Christian faith and had two major holy lands: Mecca and Jerusalem.
Napoleon's ideology was influenced by Jean-Jacques Rousseau and his doctrine included climbing the 'Nightmare on Elm Street' at midnight.
The Crusades between Muslims and Christians in the 10th century marked by the 'Ten Character Dongfang'.
15:50
The conflict lasted over two centuries and involved the Roman Emperor Alexius II and Christian knights.
Participants in the Crusades received a badge with a ten-character inscription, earning them the title of 'Ten Character Army'.
The conflict symbolized the power struggle between the Roman Empire and the Christian knights.
The focus is on the eastern expedition and the cleaning of the roads.
16:36
The first eastern expedition was successful but led to the establishment of the Road Cleaning Kingdom and widespread slaughter.
This event in 1099 resulted in the assassination of 56,000 Jews and the massacre of innocent civilians.
Subsequent eastern expeditions all ended in failure.
The cleaning of the roads ultimately ended up in the hands of the Crusaders in 1291 after the fall of the Marquis of Caesarea.
Highlights of the 19th Century in Europe.
18:47
European monarchies attempted to replicate Napoleon's defeat but failed, while influential cultural figures like Goethe, Balzac, Dickens, Melville, and Mark Twain emerged.
The 19th century was marked by fierce competition akin to a great dragon, despite conflicts and setbacks.
The first business tycoon of the 18th century faced aggressive attacks for reclaiming rights, but fought back fiercely.
Establishment of Boer Nation in South Africa
19:25
Colonized nations in the 19th century desired independence due to oppression and atrocities by the UK, USA, and Russia.
Boer independence movement gained momentum in Europe with support from various nations.
UK and Germany faced resistance from the Boer movement and sought help from external sources.
Boer movement was well-funded, had international support, and eventually led to the establishment of a Boer nation in South Africa.
Discussion on the concept of a 'national home' in the context of England and the settlement of people in British territory of Palestine.
20:40
Highlight of the lack of a sovereign state in Palestine and the challenges faced by the Arab population.
Mention of the tension between the Arabs and the British, with the former demanding independence.
Touch on the complex historical and political dynamics in the region during that period.
Proposal to establish two countries in Palestine by England in 1937 led to global attention.
22:24
Arab opposition was strong, resulting in no resolution despite England's supervision.
Discovery of oil in the Middle East led to increased reliance on oil-rich territories by England and other European nations.
Support for limiting Jewish immigration to Palestine to maintain control over oil resources.
Emphasis on the significance of Arab and Israel territories in global politics.
Establishment of Israel as a Sovereign State in 1948.
23:30
The British army withdrew from Palestine in 1948, leading to the declaration of independence and the adoption of the name Israel.
Israel declared itself a sovereign state based on the model of the ancient Israelites, sparking the first Arab-Israeli conflict.
Israel's control over the territory grew through battles, culminating in the end of the fifth Arab-Israeli conflict in 1982.
Currently, Israel's influence continues to expand while Palestine's influence diminishes.
Historical Significance of Different Districts in the World.
24:58
Convergence of various cultures in the South Pacific region.
Blending of cultures in the past and the influence of religion on social harmony.
Impact of certain individuals on shaping the region's history.
Importance of historical and cultural influences on the development of civilizations over thousands of years.
The history of Ma Kill organization and the establishment of a new country.
26:53
Ma Kill organization returned and opened a new chapter after two hundred years.
In 1897, plans were made to restore the national flag and establish a country.
With support from the UK and USA, they participated in World War I and World War II.
In 1948, a new country was established after years of struggle and conflict in the Middle East.
Conclusion of the video segment.
27:34
Insights shared are meant to provide value to viewers.
Appreciation expressed for watching Tian Tian Reading Club.
Promise of future content and engagement with viewers.