Jews are followers of Judaism. They are Monotheism people believing in one God, the God of Abraham, known as Adonai. Judaism followers believe in the Hebrew Bible also called the Tanakh. Their key beliefs are prayer and morality. Through prayer, Jews become close to God. Judaism teaches Jews to live a moral life. Jews follow the ten commandments of the Jewish Law. For example they eat only foods that are allowed by the Bible. These foods are called "kosher". During major holidays many Jews do not work. They also practice fasting during one of their holidays. Jewish places of worship are called Synagogues. During worship, members read from the Torah, the Jewish Bible. A Jewish leader is called a Rabbi. The different sects of Judaism is Orthodox, reformed, and conservative. Holidays that Jewish celebrate are Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur and Passover. Rosh Hashanah celebrates the Jewish New Year. Yom Kippur is a time when Jewish people ask for forgiveness from others and God. Passover celebrates Israelites from slavery. Jewish people worship on the Sabbath. The Holy site of the Jewish people is Jerusalem - the sacred city of Prophets.