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Israeli Culture

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Alisson Mariona

on 18 October 2017

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Israeli Culture
A Jewish Wedding Tradition, a Chuppah is a canopy representing safety and security.
Braided Bread and Wine
An Example of a Tent in Sukkot
There is only one God, known as Elohim. or they use Hashem.
The Torah teaches that the Creator does not change. (Malachi 3:6)
That He is merciful, that receives and cherishes to every prayer said to Him.
Judaism accepts and studies the teachings of all the true prophets, which includes all of those in the Jewish Bible
The Creator has promised that we will be rescued from our exile. When we are finally rescued, we will be returned to Israel, and a King will be restored to the throne of David. He will be the King Messiah.
Beliefs
Alisson Mariona & Monica Quintanilla
Primary Language
Their main dialect is Hebrew
The others would be Arabic, English, and Russian.
Jewish Customs
They have spiritual leaders named Rabbis'. Their place of worship are usually Synagogues; which can be used as a place to study the Word.
Jewish men are obligated to pray three times a day, meanwhile for women it's once a day. Prayer is a commandment from Elohim (God), to have constant communication with Him.
Jewish people wear Kippahs (brimless hats) to cover their heads.
Kippahs/ Yarmulke
A Rabbi
Traditions
On Sabbath days, which is the 7th day of the week (on the Jewish Calendar), they practice the Shabbat. Which is a day where you don't work or go out, you have to spend time with Elohim, read and study His word.
Rosh Hashanah which is New Year, but is celebrated in a different month on the first day of Tishrei.
Yom Kippur, a day where you fast and spend your day truly repenting. It's a day of atonement.
Sukkot, the feast of booths (or Tabernacles). You have to be in a tent for this one. For a week.
Jewish Calendar
To name a few:
A Tent
Judaism Culture
of Israel
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