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Other Jewish tribes, including Fadattr, Tedma and Magna reached similar deals.Muslim forces capture Caesarea, forcing the city's estimated 100,000 Jews to follow the Pact of Omar, which meant they had to pray quietly, not build new synagogues and not prevent Jews from converting to Islam.Municipal Services and Financial Overview – dated February 2010 – This baseline report provides an overview of municipal services and financial information for the Township and Borough of Chester. ” report, and presents relevant Township and Borough metrics on size, structure, finances and operations.The report establishes a foundational understanding of how the Township and Borough deliver and fund services, and will serve as an information baseline for examining options.Bowing political pressure, English King Edward I expels the Jews from England.They were only allowed to take what they could carry and most went to France, paying for thier passage only to be robbed and cast overboard by the ship captains.Heraclius' decree remained in effect until the Muslim conquest of Jerusalem.

Hundreds of Jews were killed and thousands exhiled to Egypt, ending the Jewish towns in the Galilee and Judea.

German Emperor Wenceslaus arrests Jews living in the Swabian League, a group of free cities in S. Later, he expelled the Jews of Strassburg after a community debate.

After a priest was hit with some sand from a few small Jewish boys playing in the street, he insisted that the Jewish community was plotting against him and began a virulent campaign against the city's Jews, resulting in the massacre of thousands and the destruction of the city's synagogue and Jewish cemetery.

The Jews were also forbidden from riding horses and holding judicial or civil posts, and were forced to wear a yellow patch for identification.

In the wake of a narrow military defeat over Muslim forces, Leo III of Constantinople decided his nation's weakness lay in its heterogenious population, and began the forcible conversion of the Jews, as well as the "New Christians." Most converted under Leo III clandestinely continued their Jewish practices.