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Mr J Daykin

on 21 May 2014

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Transcript of Judaism

Passover is one of the most important festivals in Judaism and lasts for eight days. It is celebrated in early spring from the 14th to the 22nd in the hebrew month Nisan. The Hebrew name for passover is pesach.

Hanukkah or Chanukah is the Jewish festival of light . On the western calender, Hanukkah is celebrated in November or December.

Rosh Hashana
Rosh Hashana is celebrated on The Jewish new year. It lasts for two days and it commemorates the creation of the world.

Rosh Hashana is also a judgement day for Jews when they believe that God balances a person's good deeds and their bad deeds over the last year. Then he decides what their next year will be like.
The story of Passover
The story of Hanukkah
Passover is a celebration to commemorate Moses leading the children of Israel out of Egypt, away from the pharaoh who used them as slaves.

Pharaoh had refused to release the slaves so God sent ten plagues on Egypt to demonstrate his power. They were plagues of Blood, Frogs, Lice, Flies, Livestock, Boils, Hail, Locusts, Darkness and the death of every first born son.

After the last plague, the pharaoh let the Israelites go and Moses led them to the promised land. On the way the people were frustrated how long it was taking to get there and Moses received the ten commandments from God. Jewish people still live by them today.
Jews have celebrated Passover since about 1300 BC.
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