Judaism Religion

Facts on the religion Judaism

Traditions and Sacraments

Some Jews only eat kosher. Kosher is a type of meat from animals like cow and sheep, but they must be killed a certain way to cause the least bit of pain possible. They do not eat meat such as pig or shellfish.

When a kid reaches the age 13 they are then a full member of the congregation.

Holy Cites/Days

The Jews most holy cite is the Western Wall (sometimes called the Wailing Wall) in Jerusalem. Some of their holy days are Yom Kippur, Rosh Hashanah, Pesach, and Hanukkah.

View of God

The Jews view their god as the cause of all existence.


About 13 million people follow the religion Judaism.

Worship Leader

Rabbi teaches people about Torah and is dedicated to the religous law.

Common Figure

2 common figures for the Jews were their god and Abraham.