Exodus (disambiguation)

Exodus (disambiguation)

Exodus is the second book of the Torah and the Christian Bible. The Exodus is the departure of Hebrew slaves from Egypt under the leadership of Moses as related in the above book.

Exodus or The Exodus may also refer to:

In modern history

* Operation Exodus, an Allied operation to bring back European prisoners of War to Britain in Second World War
* Exodus (ship), the ship carrying thousands of Jewish refugees that was refused entry into Palestine
* Jewish exodus from Arab lands, the twentieth century emigration of Jews from Arab lands
* German exodus from Eastern Europe, the exodus of Germans to the east of Germany's and Austria's post-World War II borders
* Istrian exodus, the exodus of Italians from Istria, Fiume and Dalmatia after World War II
* 1948 Palestinian exodus, the exodus of Palestinian Arabs during the 1948 Arab-Israeli war
* 1959 Tibetan exodus, 80.000 Tibetans crossed the Himalaya for India. [ [http://www.galleryespace.com/about_spot_in_the_mountain.php In 1960, a mass exodus from Tibet took place] ]
* 1967 Palestinian exodus, the exodus of Palestinian Arabs during the 1967 Six-Day War
* Mormon pioneers, members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who migrated across the United States from the Midwest to the Salt Lake Valley in what is today the U.S. state of Utah
* The Kansas Exodus (the Exodus of 1879), in which black Americans known as Exodusters fled the Southern United States for Kansas

In literature

* "Exodus" (poem), an Anglo-Saxon poem about the Biblical departure
* "Exodus" (novel), a 1958 novel by Leon Uris, based partly on the story of the above Jewish refugee ship
* "Exodus" (2002 novel), a 2002 children's novel by Julie Bertagna

In film

* "Exodus" (film), a 1960 film by Otto Preminger based on the novel by Leon Uris
* "Exodus Decoded", a 2006 documentary produced by Simcha Jacobovici claiming to verify the biblical story
* "Exodus" (2007 film), a contemporary retelling of the Biblical story of Exodus
* "Exodus" (2007 Hong Kong film), a film by Pang Ho-Cheung

In music

* Exodus (band), a thrash metal band from California
* Exodus (Icelandic band), an Icelandic band
* Exodus (Polish band), a Polish symphonic rock band
* "Exodus" (album), a 1977 album by Bob Marley and the Wailers
** "Exodus" is a song by Bob Marley and the Wailers from the above album
* "Exodus" (Andy Hunter album), a 2002 album by DJ Andy Hunter
* "Exodus" (Ja Rule album), a 2005 greatest-hits album by Ja Rule
* "Exodus" (New Power Generation album), a 1995 album by the New Power Generation
* "Exodus" (Samael album), a 1998 EP by Samael
* "Exodus" (compilation album), a 1998 album featuring various Christian artists
* "Exodus" (Utada Hikaru album), a 2004 album by Utada
* "Exodus" (Maksim Mrvica song), a song by Maksim Mrvica
* Exodus Records, semi-independent label started in 1966
* "Exodus" (soundtrack), soundtrack album by Ernest Gold from the 1960 film
* "Theme of Exodus", Grammy-award winning piece by Ernest Gold from the 1960 film

In entertainment

* Exodus (comics), a Marvel Comics character and former leader of the Acolytes
* , an expansion to the "Magic: The Gathering" collectible card game
* , a 2004 expansion for the science fiction MMORPG game, "EVE Online"
* "", a 1983 computer role-playing game in the "Ultima" series
* "", a 2004 real-time tactical game in the "Ground Control" series
* "Exodus" (role-playing game), a post-apocalyptic role-playing game by Glutton Creeper Games
* Exodus (pro-wrestler), a British professional wrestler
* Exodus, the ninth episode and first season finale of the revived MMO game,

In television

* "Exodus" (Battlestar Galactica), a two part episode of "Battlestar Galactica"
* "Exodus" (Entourage), an episode of "Entourage"
* "Exodus" (Stargate SG-1), an episode of "Stargate SG-1"
* "Exodus" (Lost), a 2-part episode of the TV series "Lost"
* "Exodus" (ER), an episode of the TV series "ER"
* "Exodus" (Smallville), an episode of "Smallville"
* "The Exodus", an episode of "Sliders", see List of Sliders episodes
* "Exodus", the original subtitle of the third volume of "Heroes" (TV series)

In sociology

* Rural exodus, the migratory patterns that normally occur in a region following the mechanisation of agriculture
* Emigration, the action and the phenomenon of leaving one's native country to settle abroad

In other fields

* Exodus Refugee Immigration, a refugee resettlement agency in Indianapolis, Indiana.
* Exodus (instant messaging client), an open source instant messaging client
* Exodus Collective, a British organisation formed in Luton
* Exodus International, an ex-gay organization
* Christian Exodus, a group promoting mass emigration of Christian fundamentalists to South Carolina
* EXODUS (NGO), an organization to bring international fugitive Jung Myung Seok to justice
* Exodus Communications, a failed internet hosting company

ee also

* Hijra
* Diaspora (disambiguation)
* Human migration

References


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