Abrahamic Religions By: NICOLE METZLER AND HALEY NASH

JUDAISM: Judaism is the oldest religion in the Middle East. It was founded in the Middle East over 3500 years ago by their prophet they follow, Moses. They are similar to Christianity, because they worship the ten commandments and Yahweh. The Jews holy book is known as The Torah and their place of worship is a synagogue, run by Rabbi's.

Some holy and festive holidays include... Hanukkah, Yom Kippur, and The Sabbath.

A synagogue; the place of worship

CHRISTIANITY: Christianity is the second oldest religion in the Middle East. It was founded in the Middle East in 7 B.C. by their prophet they follow, Jesus. They are similar to Judaism, because they worship the ten commandments and Yahweh. The Christian's holy book is known as the Bible, to most. They worship it in a church where the leader is a priest. The main leader of the religion is the Pope.

Some holy and festive holidays include... Christmas, Easter, and lent.

ISLAM: Islam is the youngest religion in the Middle East. It was founded in the Middle East over 1400 years ago by their prophet they follow, Muhammad. They are similar to Christianity, because they are both split into different groups. Their holy books worshiped are known as the Qur'an and the Sunnah. Their place of worship is called a mosque. The Islam faith follows these 5 pillars... shahada, salat, zakal, siyam, and hajj.

Some holy and festive holidays include... Eid Al-Fitr, Eid Al- Adha,and Ramadan.

The Islam faith follows these 5 pillars... Shahadah, Salat, Zakat, Swam, and Hajj.

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