This Day, October 12, In Jewish History by Mitchell A. Levin

OCTOBER 12 539 BCE: The Persian armies of Cyrus the Great captured Babylon.  Within the year, Cyrus would make it possible for the Jews to return to their homeland. 1129: The tombstone of Elijah ben Simon dated October 12, 1129 is among the oldest evidence of the Jewish settlement in Nuremberg goes back to the 12thcentury. Tovább »

This Day, October 12, In Jewish History by Mitchell A. Levin

539 BCE: The Persian armies of Cyrus the Great captured .Within the year, Cyrus would make it possible for the Jews to return to their homeland. 1285: The Jews of Munich () were caught in a claim of blood libel which resulted in the death of most the Jewish community.When 180 Jewish survivors refused baptism, they were burned alive in their synagogue.