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Jerusalem in the Jewish Belief

There are a lot of active Jewish organizations, including historical, external, and international ones, that take care of the Jewish people and their matters. They’ve worked to strengthen and empower the Jewish nation among other nations and peoples.

Jewish New Year

The Jewish New Year is one of the most important Jewish holidays, although it has no history, yet they revere it. Their rites on this […]

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Jewish Yom Kippur

Yom Kippur is a Jewish holy day. It’s 8 days after Rosh Hashanah. This holiday is only for praying, fasting, soul-searching, and getting cleansed from […]

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Sacrifice to the Jews

The Jews believe that God ordered Ibrahim to Slaughter his son Isaac on the Rock of Al-Aqsa Mosque. He ordered him to take his only […]

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The Samaritan Jews

They are independent Jews in terms of faith and religion from other Jews, live in Nablus and consider it the holy place, and believe that […]

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The Ashkenazim

The Ashkenazim are the Jews who emigrated to Palestine from the West, characterized by strictness and non-openness to civilizations and their closure of the Bible. […]

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The Sephardim

They are Jews who emigrated to Palestine from Eastern countries, have independent religious and educational institutions, and are characterized by a great deal of isolation […]

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The Haredim

The word refers to religious Jews, and they have their horns raised to their chests, their hair is hung on their ears, they do not […]

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The Jewish Easter ( Passover)

The Jewish Passover is the holiday by which the Jews sacrifice a lamb or a sheep. The Jews celebrate the anniversary of the Israelis’ survival from […]

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