Judaism Ritual and Practice?

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Judaism ritual and practice is observed by the Jews. They are, of course, too numerous to even briefly describe. The Torah has 613 commands, and in addition there are details and customs. A few examples of Judaism rituals and practices are: Sabbath, Kosher food laws, prayers, Torah-reading, learning the Torah and Talmud, charity, avoiding slander or violence, the Holy Days and festivals, etc.
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