Palestine during the reign of Nebuchadnezzar
Nebuchadnezzar, the Chaldean, attacked Palestine in 597 B.C. and occupied Jerusalem, the capital of Jedua kingdom. He captured its king and most of its leaders and took them prisoners to Iraq. He established a new non-Hebrew regime.
In 586 B.C the rest of the Jews tried to rebel against the Sultan of Babylon in Palestine. This made Nebuchadnezzar invade Palestine again. He, now, destroyed Jerusalem and Palestine become ,again, Canaanite attached to Iraq.
The state of Jews in Palestine, disappeared after it lived between 1000-586 B.C., a period was replete with disputes, disturbances and wars.
That period is considered one of the most important ones in the history of the Palestine since it’s period which the Jews used to claim their right to own Palestine, which they called the promised land, now, although they ruled some parts of Palestine, for a short of time as invaders, not as indigenous people of it. This might make them a part of the history of Palestine, at most, or else, the Persians should claim the ownership of India where they ruled wide areas of which for hundreds of years.