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First evidence of the "blood libel" myth.

Date: 1144

The Story of The Colonizer Wound

"Blood libel" is the myth that Jewish people kill Christian children and take their blood to make matzah. The concept emerges in York, England, and reinforces the notion that Christian blood is more "pure" and should be protected.