Hebrew people

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The Hebrew people was an original Semitic people in the Land of Israel. However, it does not only concern the Israelites follower of Judaism but rather refers to Abraham, Ishmael and Isaac (ancestor of the Arabs and Jews) and also designates an ethnic category name such as : Europeans and Iranians make up the category of Indo-Europeans. They escape from Egypt is recounted in the Torah in the book called Exodus in English, or Shemot in Hebrew.

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  • "Hebrews." Britannica Student Library. Encyclopædia Britannica Ultimate Reference Suite. Chicago: Encyclopædia Britannica, 2010.