Roles Bribery Anti-Semitic
Roles bribery Then Haman went to the king and said: Your Majesty, there are some people who live all over your kingdom and wont have a thing to do with anyone else. They have customs that are different from everyone elses, and they refuse to obey your laws.
We would be better off to get rid of them! Why not give orders for all of them to be killed? I can promise that you will get tons of silver for your treasury. The king handed his official ring to Haman, who hated the Jews, and the king told him, Do what you want with those people! You can keep their money.
On the thirteenth day of Nisan, Haman called in the kings secretaries and ordered them to write letters in every language used in the kingdom. The letters were written in the name of the king and sealed by using the kings own ring. At once they were sent to the kings highest officials, the governors of each province, and the leaders of the different nations in the kingdom of Xerxes.
Roles bribery Anti-Semitic toward the Jews.
The letters were taken by messengers to every part of the kingdom, and this is what was said in the letters: On the thirteenth day of Adar, the twelfth month, all Jewish men, women, and children are to be killed. And their property is to be taken. Roles Bribery.
King Xerxes gave orders for these letters to be posted where they could be seen by everyone all over the kingdom. The kings command was obeyed, and one of the letters was read aloud to the people in the walled city of Susa. Then the king and Haman sat down to drink together, but no one in the city could figure out what was going on. Esther 3:8-15
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