Lack of water for the Israelites/ bitter water. Lack of food for the Israelites. Complaining/ grumbling by the Israelites/ refusing to heed to instructions/ stubborn/ stiff necked. Warring tribes in the desert/ Amalekites.
What challenge did the Israelites face when they returned to Canaan?
What problems did the Israelites face when they returned to Canaan? They found other people living there. They had to conquer the land. Once they did conquer the people they divided the land among the 12 tribes.
What are some difficulties that await the Israelites in the desert?
What are some difficulties that await the Israelites? They had no land, no government, and they were not yet a nation. Once free, what is the first concern and complaint of the Israelites. The concern and complaint was that they would not get food and water.
What is Canaan called today?
The land known as Canaan was situated in the territory of the southern Levant, which today encompasses Israel, the West Bank and Gaza, Jordan, and the southern portions of Syria and Lebanon.
What were the main problems faced by the Israelites?
What were the main problems faced by the Israelites between 1800 B.C. and 700 B.C.? The Israelites were put in slavery, spent 40 years in the desert, were taxed and overworked, and exiled by the Babylonians.
How many Israelites left Egypt?
“There is virtually no evidence, as the Torah says, that 600,000 Jewish males, with their wives and children and elders, left Egypt in the Exodus,” said Rabbi Burt Visotzky, a professor of Talmud and Rabbinics at the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York.
Where is Sodom and Gomorrah today?
Sodom and Gomorrah are possibly located under or adjacent to the shallow waters south of Al-Lisān, a former peninsula in the central part of the Dead Sea in Israel that now fully separates the sea’s northern and southern basins.