Followers are called Jews
The jews believe in the God Adonia of Abrham. They follow their 613 commandments to live a moral life and get salvation (forever life in heaven). They also pray A LOT on Yom Kippur. They eat kosher food (no meat prepared with dairy, no shellfish, and no pork!) The Jews pray in a synagouge and their worship leaders are called Rabbi's. Their holy book is called the Tora (Torah, Nevi, Ketuvim). Holidays in the Jewish religion are Yom Kippur and Rosh Hashama. Yom Kippur is the day of Atoement when you fast, act like an angel and pray, pray and pray! Rosh Hashama is the Jewish New Year. Lots of people eat honey covered apples and pray. The sects are orthodox, conservative, and reformed. The holiest place in the Jewish religion is Jerusalem because it's their homeland and the birthplace of their religion. The common figure is Abraham and the common view of God is he's the one all powerful God.
Jews cant eat meat prepared with dairy, shellfish or pork.
The Jewish Holy Book
3 sections- Te Na Kh
Jerusalem is the common site in all 3 religions. It was where the Jewish homeland is and where it was created.