Different Sects of Judaism?

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There are five different sects of Judaism with Orthodox Judaism being one of the more practiced denomination. The other sects are Conservative Judaism, Reform Judaism, Reconstructionist Judaism and Humanistic Judaism. Out of an estimated 13 million Jewish people in the world about 40 percent live in Israel and another 40 percent live in the US and Canada.
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