How do Daniel's view of Rosh and the attack against the caravan seem to contradict one another? Why did Rosh attack the caravan, and what is really going on?

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Daniel looks up to Rosh, seeing him as brave zealot whose example he wishes to emulate. Over time, however, he comes to be disillusioned with Rosh and his methods. Although Rosh purports to be a liberator of the Jewish people, it's often Jews who end up being robbed and beaten during the regular raids that he leads. And that's what happens in the raid...

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