The followers are called Jews.

By: Anukrithi Reddygari ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Class: 5

About Judaism

Jews beleive of Shabbat, study Torah, follow God's laws, including 10 commandments, and that God considers all people equal. They celebrate Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Passover, and Hanukkah. Some only eat Kosher foods, which is no pork, shellfish, or the milk and meat products. Bar and Bat Mitzvah is when you turn 13 and are officially adults. The place of worship is called a synagogues and the worship leader is called a rabbi. The holy book for Jews is called a tanakh. Some holy cities for Jews are Jerusalem, Hebron, Tiberias, and Safed. The holy book is Tanakh. Abraham is the common figure and God considers everyone equal. Islam, Judaism, and Christianity all believe that there is only 1 God, believing that there is only 1 God is called monotheism.