In how many countries have Jews been kicked out in the entire history?
Jews have had a long history of segregation, violence, and widespread migration due to the traditions and attitudes of European and Middle Eastern societies. They were first expelled from the region of modern day Israel after the failed Jewish revolt of the 1st century AD, but many expulsions occurred after this until the modern day.
They were expelled from England and France by decree in the 13th century and both Jews and Muslims were expelled from Spain and Portugal in the 15th century. Widespread killings and expulsions of Jews occurred in Russia throughout its history on countless occasions along within the Kingdom of Poland. Germany also either expelled or executed Jewish families during the Second World War which led to the deaths of up to 6 million Jews during this period.