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Judaism is one of the oldest monotheistic religions and was founded over 3500 years ago in the Middle East. Jews believe that God appointed the Jews to be his chosen people in order to set an example of holiness and ethical behaviour to the world.
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Judaism - Wikipedia


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Judaism Facts: 30 Facts about Judaism ←FACTSlides→


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Judaism Facts - SoftSchools


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5 Surprising Facts about Judaism - Aish.com


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Judaism Fast Facts - CNN.com


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Judaism - ReligionFacts


Mar 17, 2004 ... Judaism began as early as the 8th century BCE as the religion of the small nation of the Hebrews. Through ... Jewish Fast Facts. Jewish ...

Judaism - Facts


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12 Things You Didn't Know About Judaism - Windows and Doors


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Fun and Interesting Facts About Judaism - HubPages


Apr 18, 2016 ... Funa and simple facts about the Judaic religion. ... Jews, adhere to 613 commandments, outlined in the Torah , as opposed to Christianity's 10.