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Noam Yitzchaki (Israel)
Noam Yitzchaki (Israel)

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Join date : 2019-01-21

PostSubject: דִינַת יִשְׂרָאֵל   Mon Jan 21, 2019 11:20 pm

Noam Yitzchaki.

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Human: 26
Historical: Abraham, who was said to live 4000 years ago, was said to be given the land by God.

Brief personality:
Noam is a self-righteous individual who tries to stay away from typical stereotypes of his people. Though he is a bit materialistic at times, he makes a good name for his people by being caring. He often finds himself getting dragged into trouble by other people, despite having a strong moral disposition. Since he is a man with an ability to quickly adapt and learn, he eventually finds a way to get out of all trouble. Though he hates going against his moral code, he sometimes gets pressured into doing things he doesn't want by others, especially if their opinions matter to him. He can also get irritated with people pretty easily if they go against his morals, and he has a short temper regarding this. Because of his compassion for others, he will often try to help out if someone else gets hurt emotionally or physically. Despite letting his emotions get ahold of him sometimes, he is known to find logical solutions to almost every situation, not really believing in supernatural or paranormal activity.

He's rather perceptive of people's intentions, though he occasionally is naive to negative intentions because he believes in the good in everyone. His beliefs and emotions heavily affect his decisions, so he can manipulated by his feelings or lured into fights. There have been instances where he would abandon his beliefs and self-justify his actions if there is a reward involved. He can be neurotic sometimes, and perhaps even mean, depending on the situation.

Despite all this, he is a proud Jewish man who loves his faith more than anything. He is a rather progressive man, so he makes sure to change with the times, as long as he is comfortable with it. Still, he would die for his religion and follows many traditions during the holidays and at home. He keeps kosher at home, but is not afraid to break it when he goes out to eat. Because of the horrors and trials the Israelites went through, he has a strong will and refuses to give up on anything. He fights until he can fight no more, and he is very motivated to keep on his toes, no matter what is thrown at him. Although he refuses to say God aloud aside from reading scriptures and praying, he does have a bit of a dirty mouth.

Noam enjoys many hobbies, such as reading, writing, watching TV, and playing video games. He's rather good at writing poetry, mainly because of how much he reads. He spends about 4 hours a week reading books, and some of that includes reading newspapers, which he does often. His favourite things to read about on the newspapers are politics, economics, and sports. The sports he enjoys most are soccer and basketball, enjoying both watching and playing them. When he watches TV, it can be the news, sports, and even sometimes comedy shows if he's in the mood. He enjoys movies too, going out perhaps once a month to see a movie at least. One hobby he enjoys a lot is playing video games, including even violent ones. He is very musically talented, especially with the violin, but doesn't really show it that often because of the stereotype. Unfortunately doesn't dance well because he can't keep rhythm, despite his musical abilities. He's also good with computers, and could be considered very intelligent, especially with book smarts.

Brief physical description:
Noam is a taller than average man at 6'2 with a rather toned build. He has olive skin, bright blue eyes, and curly, messy black hair. He often wears trendy clothing, not super fancy, but more like a street style. He would be considered very attractive, with a sharp jawline, thick but neat eyebrows, and alluring eyes. His eyelashes are dark and long, making his ice blue eyes pop even more, especially against his dark skin and hair. He has a little stubble sometimes when he forgets to shave, which is not often. His skin is smooth and flawless, radiating in the sun.


Brief history:
The people of Israel (also called the "Jewish People") trace their origin to Abraham, who established the belief that there is only one God, the creator of the universe (see Torah). Abraham, his son Yitshak (Isaac), and grandson Jacob (Israel) are referred to as the patriarchs of the Israelites. All three patriarchs lived in the Land of Canaan, that later came to be known as the Land of Israel. They and their wives are buried in the Ma'arat HaMachpela, the Tomb of the Patriarchs, in Hebron (Genesis Chapter 23).

The name Israel derives from the name given to Jacob (Genesis 32:29). His 12 sons were the kernels of 12 tribes that later developed into the Jewish nation. The name Jew derives from Yehuda (Judah) one of the 12 sons of Jacob (Reuben, Shimon, Levi, Yehuda, Dan, Naphtali, Gad, Asher, Yisachar, Zevulun, Yosef, Binyamin)(Exodus 1:1). So, the names Israel, Israeli or Jewish refer to people of the same origin.

The descendants of Abraham crystallized into a nation at about 1300 BCE after their Exodus from Egypt under the leadership of Moses (Moshe in Hebrew). Soon after the Exodus, Moses transmitted to the people of this newly emerging nation, the Torah, and the Ten Commandments (Exodus Chapter 20). After 40 years in the Sinai desert, Moses led them to the Land of Israel, that is cited in The Bible as the land promised by G-d to the descendants of the patriarchs, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob (Genesis 17:8).

The people of modern day Israel share the same language and culture shaped by the Jewish heritage and religion passed through generations starting with the founding father Abraham (ca. 1800 BCE). Thus, Jews have had a continuous presence in the land of Israel for the past 3,300 years.

The rule of Israelites in the land of Israel starts with the conquests of Joshua (ca. 1250 BCE). The period from 1000-587 BCE is known as the "Period of the Kings". The most noteworthy kings were King David (1010-970 BCE), who made Jerusalem the Capital of Israel, and his son Solomon (Shlomo, 970-931 BCE), who built the first Temple in Jerusalem as prescribed in the Tanach (Old Testament).

In 587 BCE, Babylonian Nebuchadnezzar's army captured Jerusalem, destroyed the Temple, and exiled the Jews to Babylon (modern day Iraq).

The year 587 BCE marks a turning point in the history of the region. From this year onwards, the region was ruled or controlled by a succession of superpower empires of the time in the following order: Babylonian, Persian, Greek Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine Empires, Islamic and Christian crusaders, Ottoman Empire, and the British Empire.

After the exile by the Romans at 70 CE, the Jewish people migrated to Europe and North Africa. In the Diaspora (scattered outside of the Land of Israel), they established rich cultural and economic lives, and contributed greatly to the societies where they lived. Yet, they continued their national culture and prayed to return to Israel through centuries. In the first half of the 20th century there were major waves of immigration of Jews back to Israel from Arab countries and from Europe. During the British rule in Palestine, the Jewish people were subject to great violence and massacres directed by Arab civilians or forces of the neighboring Arab states. During World War II, the Nazi regime in Germany decimated about 6 million Jews creating the great tragedy of The Holocaust.

In 1948, the Jewish Community in Israel under the leadership of David Ben-Gurion reestablished sovereignty over their ancient homeland. Declaration of independence of the modern State of Israel was announced on the day that the last British forces left Israel (May 14, 1948).

A day after the declaration of independence of the State of Israel, armies of five Arab countries, Egypt, Syria, Transjordan, Lebanon, and Iraq, invaded Israel. This marked the beginning of the War of Independence. Arab states have jointly waged four full-scale wars against Israel:

> 1948 War of Independence
> 1956 Sinai War
> 1967 Six Day War
> 1973 Yom Kippur War

Despite the numerical superiority of the Arab armies, Israel defended itself each time and won. After each war Israeli army withdrew from most of the areas it captured (see maps). This is unprecedented in World history and shows Israel's willingness to reach peace even at the risk of fighting for its very existence each time anew.

Note that with Judea and Samaria Israel is only 40 miles wide. Thus, Israel can be crossed from the Mediterranean coast to the Eastern border at Jordan river within two hours of driving.

Religious affiliation:

Any special powers or abilities:
N/A. (May be changed later)

This character's hexcode is #00356B.
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