by Taylor Period 1
Followers of Judaism are called Jews. A key belief of Judaism is Sabbath where you must rest and pray from Friday to Saturday. Jews worship in a place called synagogue. The person who leads the service is called a Rabbi he gives sermons. The holy book of Judaism is the Tanakh. Some holidays of Judaism are Hanukkah which is the burning of eight candles and Yom Kippur which is the day of atonement and you have to go 25 hours of fasting and intensive prayer. One holy place of Judaism is Jerusalem. A common figure to all three of these religions is Abraham.
This is Jerusalem the holiest place for Jews.
This is a Rabbi he is the one who gives the sermons.
Jews must rest and pray from Friday to Saturday.