The Medieval times were a harsh time in the history of Jews. Many were killed just because of their race. They were not the standards of the people. The standard was to have all of Europe an all-Christian unity. This issue caused many conflicts in Europe. In the 14th century a disease known as the Plague killed 1/3 of the European populations, between 1348 and 1350. As the Plague was caused by bacterium carried by rats, people in that time thought it was the Jews. They were accused of spreading the disease and poisoning water and wells. Jews where killed for this false accusation, which shouldn't of happened.
Even worst, was being kicked out of the country just because of their heritage and moral status. This is what happened in one of the most important times of Jewish history. In the Untied Kingdom every Jew was to sentenced to leave in 1290, because of the hard time they had and by the decision of the King.
Why didn't they give the Jews a better chance and see if they could be equal? Why were they kicked out of the country? How were they treated? This report will examine the treatment of Jewish People.
Background Information on Jews
Jews were treated terribly over the medieval years. In fact, ever since they moved into England and were faced with Christianity things went bad. This is all related back to the days of Jesus and his suffering for us, his children. Sadly, tragic issues affected the status of the Jews. Emigration occurred in 1060, when the Jews came to England looking for a better life and escaping from the crusaders of the French. This was known as the Norman Conquest. Some had a better life in the beginning. They began to...