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In 458 BCE Ezra led a second group of Babylonian Jews to Jerusalem to reestablish the law of Moses. He compiled and redacted the Torah from a number of preexisting source documents and instituted very exclusive fundamentalist doctrines including a ban on Jews marrying Gentiles. Thus Orthodox Judaism as it is known to the present day was born.

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