People from the island of Crete were strong, good-tempered, became enemies of many other races, by capturing a lot of land, even provoking Egyptian Pharaohs. They are known by the Israelis as Peleshet (English – Philistine), which means migrants and occupants. The name Palestine was first mentioned by a Greek historian, referring to a land where people of different tribes migrated and disputed.
More than 1,000 years later, the area was under the rule of the vast Roman Empire. The people of Israel then grew up and established a stable country, but they did not escape the Roman domination. They are constantly rebelling. The Roman emperor, after smashing an Israeli Jewish revolution, decided to rename the country to Palestine, merging with the vast land of the Arab ethnic groups around it to eliminate completely. imprint of the Jewish state. The names Palestine and Palestinians continued to be used by the Turkish and British empires to refer to the colonial regions including Israel, Jordan, Lebanon and part of Syria.