Jewish Religion

By: Cameron Cherry

The Jewish religion has traditions, festivals, and other customs. One of the Jewish tradition is when the man in a family goes to pray at the Wailing Wall. Every man in a Jewish family should visit and pray at the Wailing Wall. Jewish men wear a black hat, ear locks, beard, or Kippa during this tradition. Jewish people eat goat, sheep, bison, or other foods on this tradition. The emotions of this holiday is sadness.

Another important tradition is when a boy attends his bar-mitzvah which symbolizes that he is a man. During the bar-mitzvah, the boy should recite from the Torah. Other than boys girls attend a bat-mitzvah. Boys wear a Kippa doing this tradition, but girls do not. Jewish people eat sheep, goat, bison, or other foods on this tradition. The emotions of this tradition is happiness.

Hanukkah is a Jewish holiday. It is also known as the Festival Of Lights. Jewish people wear a Kippa during this festival. Jewish people eat goat, sheep, bison, or other foods on this holiday. The emotions of this holiday is happiness.

Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year Festival. It is also know as the Festival Of Year festival that is celebrated on the first day of September. It is marked by the blowing of the shofar. Jewish people wear a Kippa on this festival. Jewish people eat goat, sheep, bison, or other foods on this festival. The emotions of this festival is happiness.

Passover is the major Jewish spring festival. It marks the taking of the Israelites from Egyptian slavery. Jewish people wear a Kippa on this festival. Jewish people eat goat, sheep, bison, or other foods on this festival. The emotions of this festival is sadness.

Yom Kippur is the most formal religious fast of the Jewish year. It is also considered the Sabbath Of Sabbaths. Jewish people wear a Kippa on this holiday. Jewish people eat goat, sheep, bison or other foods on this holiday. The emotions of this holiday is happiness.

Jewish people do not eat the forbidden such as pork and shellfish. Jewish people do eat salmon, noodles, pomegranates, squash, plum, apples, oranges, stuffed peppers, figs, challah bread, sheep, goat, or bison.

Jewish women wear blouses, shirts with sleeves, skirts or dresses that end at the ankles. Jewish men wear black church clothing, black hats, ear locks, and beards.

Challah Bread sprinkled with sesame seeds.