Judaism

Judaism is a monotheistic religion whose followers are called Jews. Jews worship their God Yaweh in a synagog. Their worship leader is called a rabbi. The rabbi teaches the Jewish holy book called the Torah. Some common holy sites for Judaism are the Temple Mount and the Western Wall in Jerusalem. Some key beliefs are the sabbath which is a weekly day or rest and worship, prayer, the study of the Torah, justice emphasized and the Ten Commandments.

Some traditions in the Jewishs religion are eating kosher foods, Bat Mitzvah, and a Bar Mitzvah. Kosher foods are approved by Jewish dietary law. Bat Mitzvah and Bar Mitzvah is the age when Jewish children become accountable for their actions. Some Jewish holidays include Yom Kippur, Passover, Hanukkah, and Rosh Hashanah. Yom Kippur is the day of atonement where Jews fast and pray. Passover is the celebration of God helping the Israelites escape from slavery. Hanukkah celebrates with miracle of oil lasting lasts 8 days when only enough for 1 day in a menorah in the temple. Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year and meals usually include apples and honey to symbolize a sweet New Year.
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Common to all 3 religions: Christianity, Islam, and Judaism

Abraham is a common figure in all 3 religions.


All 3 religions view God as the Creator and the source of moral law