After meeting with Jesus, Daniel begins to see how Rosh has been mistreating his own people, the Jews. Jesus believes that we should love and understand each other, even the Romans. Daniel has trouble accepting this at first. His anger over the death of family members is all that drives him. Rosh believes he can take anything he wants or needs to defeat the Romans and drive them out. When he takes from the Jews, the people suffer from not having what was taken. Also, the Romans then retaliate against the Jews in the villages. Rosh coldly rejects what Daniel says and orders him out. After Rosh continually steals from his own people, the people begin to give the Romans information about Rosh and his group. Eventually the rebels will fall to superior forces when they lose the backing of their own people.