Rituals and Festivals in Judaism
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Rituals and Festivals in Judaism

Explore the significance of Shabbat, Sukkot, and Pesach in Judaism. Learn about the traditions, history, and symbolism behind these important festivals celebrated by the Jewish community.

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What is the significance of Yom Kippur (day of atonement) in Jewish tradition?

It is a day where the priest sprinkles blood on the ark and casts sins onto a scapegoat.

Which festival involves making a pilgrimage to the temple of Jerusalem?

Sukkot (feast of tabernacles/ boots)

What is the main concept behind Shabbat/ Sabbath in Jewish tradition?

God's creation of the universe in six days.

Which festival commemorates God passing over the homes of Israelites during the killing of the firstborn Egyptians?

<p>Pesach/ Passover (feast of unleavened bread)</p> Signup and view all the answers

What happens during Hanukkah (festival of lights) in Jewish tradition?

<p>The temple of Jerusalem is rededicated.</p> Signup and view all the answers

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