Judaism

Followers are called Jews

Judaisam

Jews believe to go to the Sabbath. The Sabbath is a holy day that goes from Friday evening to Saturday evening. The Jews study Tankah and they follow Gods laws, including 10 commandments which would include "Thou shalt have no other gods before Me." or "Honor thy father and thy mother." They also believe that God considers all people equal. The Jews sacrament is when they eat kosher foods, no pork, milk, shellfish, and meat. Some of their traditions include Rosh Hashana (the new year) which is when fasting starts. And Yom Kipper is when the fasting ends and that is when they celebrate. Jews usually worship in a Synagogue which is their holy place. Rabbis is the teacher of Torah he is the guide. Their holy books are Tanakh and Torah. One of the holidays they celebrate are Hanukkah. It celebrates miracle of oil lasting eight days when only enough for one day in the Temple. For Jews a common holy site would be the Western Wall (also called the Wailing Wall) is in Jerusalem.