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THE JUDAISM

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on 5 December 2016

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WHAT IS THE JUDAISM?
The judaism is the religion of the jewish people. It's the oldest of the three monotheists religions: Christianity, Islam and Judaism and it's one of the oldest religious traditions which are practiced actually. Abraham is the first prophet of the Judaism.
THE JUDAISM
Judaism has its roots as a structured religion in the Middle East during the Bronze Age. Judaism is considered one of the oldest monotheistic religions.The Hebrews and Israelites were already referred to as "Jews" in later books of the Tanakh such as the Book of Esther, with the term Jews replacing the title "Children of Israel". Judaism's texts, traditions and values strongly influenced later Abrahamic religions, including Christianity, Islam and the Baha'i Faith. Many aspects of Judaism have also directly or indirectly influenced secular Western ethics and civil law.
beginning of the judaism
judaism in Spain
Love Thy Neighbor
Do Not Hate
Lashon Hara
Do Not Take Revenge or Bear a Grudge
Hurtful Words
Judging Fairly
Distance Yourself From Falsehood
Honoring Our Parents
Honoring Others
Visiting the Sick
Inviting Guests
Giving Joy to the Bride and Groom
Consoling Mourners
Do Not Stand Over Your Brother's Blood
Returning Lost Objects
Do Not Steal
Do Not Covet and Do Not Desire
Paying on Time
Geneivas Daas
Going Beyond the Letter of the Law
Walking In Hashem's Ways
Burying The Dead
VALUES AND RULES OF JUDAISM
Jewish population in Spain
Around the world we can find a jewish population about 14200000 people.
jewish sites
The jewish street of Girona(Catalonia)
> ​one of the most popular jewish communities since the year 888 and the best conserved of Europe.
The jewish museum of Madrid
> This museum opened in 2007 to coincide with the ninetieth anniversary of the most important synagogue in Madrid, constructed in 1917. It shows, through documents, photographs, letters, books and objects, the history of how this unique community has been living over the years.

Beth Yaacov synagogue in Madrid
> The present synagogue was built in 1968, after passage of the "Religious Freedom Law" of 1967.



Spanish Jews once constituted one of the largest and most prosperous Jewish communities in the world. This period ended definitively with the anti-Jewish riots of 1392 and Alhambra decree of 1492, as a result of which the majority of Jews in Spain (between 200,000 and 250,000) converted to Catholicism and those remaining (between 40,000 and 100,000) were forced into exile.


jewish festival
Shabbat—The Sabbath.
Rosh Chodesh—The New Month.
Rosh Hashanah—The Jewish New Year.Selichot.Rosh Hashanah. ...
Tzom Gedalia—Fast of Gedalia.
Yom Kippur—Day of Atonement.
Sukkot—Feast of Booths (or Tabernacles)
Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah.
Hanukkah—Festival of Lights.
CONFLICTS OF JUDAISM IN SPAIN
Nowadays, near 30000 jewish people is living in Spain.
In Spain there's no conflict with jewish people. They are accepted like spanish people. In 2014 it was announced that the descendants of Sephardic Jews who were expelled from Spain by the Alhambra Decree of 1492 would be offered Spanish citizenship, without being required to move to Spain and/or renounce any other citizenship they may have. In 2014, residents of a village in Spain called Castrillo Matajudios voted to change the name of their town due to risk of offence. it was changed by Castrillo Mota de Judíos. For that reason is so safe for tourists.
the appeal of the judaism to tourists
Spain is one of the regions of the world with a lot of jewish history and culture. There's a lot of jewish stuff in Spain, like Girona's Jewish Street, the synagogue of Cordoba, and the Jewish museum of Madrid. Like a tourist, you can enjoy Spain with its jewish history and tourism, there's a lot of things to do!
shabbat

summary
Judaism is one of the three monotheist religions, one of the oldest religious traditions which exists actually and the religion of Jewish people.
The first prophet of Judaism is Abraham.
Judaism is the inspiration of Christianity and Islam.
Judaism has a lot of festivities like Shabbat and has values like respect people, do not hate, etc.
In Spain there's around 30000 Jewish people.
In Spain there's a lot of Jewish history and Jewish sites like the Jewish museum of Madrid or the Jewish street of Girona(Catalonia).
In Spain Judaism is accepted and there isn't any problem or conflict between christian and jewish people.
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