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Yigals and his three Generals is a story of courage and thrust Yigal a simple olive worker spoke up for the safety of a small town called Makor In this story the town of Makor has to resist two Roman armies The first being Petronius and his men who were suppose to place a statue of Caligula all over the known world and the second being Vespasian and his men who were sent by Nero to stop all the revolts of the Jews and conquer everything for Rome When Caesar Caligula ordered that General Petronius was to place the Caligula statues throughout the known world the Jews in Makor were distressed They did not want a graven image of anything put in their town They worshipped God and no one else When Yigal heard about what was going to happen he went to the leader of the town Simeon an old wise man and told him that they must resist the forces of Petronius Simeon did not agree with Yigals reasoning but there was one person who promptly agrees and sided with Yigal This mans name was Naaman So together Naaman and Yigal made plans to resist the Romans against Simeons wishes However Yigal and Naaman did not do this alone many other people of the town also agreed with them and joined them in their resist So one day Yigal Naaman and their people left the little town of Makor and headed out for where the Romans army was Ptolemais There they made camp and rested for Makor but blocking their way was Yigal and Naaman Yigal argued with Petronius telling him that they would not allow the graven images of Caligula into their land Yigal and Naaman were taken prisoners and Petroniuss army continued their march to Makor On the road a little ways further they found a large group of Jews blocking the road These were Yigals people They were instructed not
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