A brief overview of Judaism

By Aidan harris

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Judaism is a monotheistic religion. While there is no formal agreement on what the Judaism belief system contains, it is widely agreed that the Jewish believe that god exists, and believe in the teachings of the bible and the Torah.
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Common Jewish rituals.

Jewish people commonly attend a synagogue to worship, and generally only worship on the sabbath, a day set aside for the worship of god. It is also common for the Jewish to have a kosher diet.

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Brief history of jewdaism.

Jewdaism was founded in 2000 B.C. In Canaan. It wasn't until one thousand years later that It became a major religion. Until the Second World War, Jewish history was rather uneventful. But in the Second World War, millions of Jews were murdered, and millions more enslaved in the holocaust.

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