This might be an OK question, just not here. Yes it's tangentially related to Christianity, but in general, it's not a question about Christianity. It's a question about Judaism/Israel/first-century history.
Those things are not on topic here. They are on topic on the History site, though the moderators decided (with agreement from SE staff in this particular case), that this question was not of sufficient quality to migrate.
As far as whether or not Caleb has a personal grudge against you, I cannot say. I can say that the answer you proffered, while interestingly relevant, was not an answer to the question per se, and at the very least made an odd semantic argument. If the question was deemed on topic, it might stay, but was already garnering quite the land slide of negative votes and your attitude in the comments might have led to deletion or suspension of your privileges.
Something that I need to say right now. If you want to continue to participate on this site you need to accept that your opinions will be one of many, that many versions of events are acceptable here and ultimately, this community will not make any considerations on what is and is not the truth. Most of us believe quite strongly that there is truth, but this site strives to be an academic resource, not a definitive source of truth. That's why we have strict requirements for scoping related to truth questions, so that alternative versions of the "truth" do not compete for votes and become a popularity contest.
Your behavior on this question does not lend itself to this kind of community, and your attacks on respected members of this site are unwelcome here. Please stop. No one has a vendetta against you, we evaluate users based on their contributions—not anything personal.