Judaism beliefs include Abraham as their leader, and Moses the prophet. Jews must follow the 613 laws in the Torah, which is the Jewish holy book. It is made up of mostly the first 5 chapters of the Old Testament. The Jewish place of worship is the synagogue. The synagogue is considered the patriarch of all three monotheistic religions. It is also a safe place to study the Torah. The Rabbi is the holy leader of the praying session in the synagogue. The Jewish symbol is The Star of David. The Star of David is thought to be the shield or emblem of King David. The magic shield of King David protected him from enemies.
There are three main branches of Judaism. Orthodoxy Jews believe Jewish law non changing, and will remain the same. Conservative Jews disagree and believe that God's laws will change. Reconstruction Jews believe that the Jewish laws are just guidelines, and are free to follow and change the laws that they live by. The majority of Jews are Orthodox, and this branch remains politically and legally dominate. Jews do not believe in the Messiah, unlike Christians. They do not know what the afterlife is, because they are still waiting. Both Jews and Muslims operate around the Lunar Calendar, which revolvers around the moon. Jews and Christians, Muslims all believe in Abraham, as a prophet and leader.