"Let My People Go"
Moses and "Black Moses"
Moses is considered the greatest prophet in Judaism. He was a political and spiritual leader and a lawmaker. He belonged to the enslaved Hebrew people in Egypt in the 14th and 13th century BC. He himself was a privileged person, adopted at the court of Pharaoh. His life took a new direction when he observed an Egyptian overseer abusing a slave. Moses was so provoked by this violence that he killed the overseer, afterwards fleeing from Egypt to Midian. There Yahweh called him to lead the opressed Hebrew people out of bondage.
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