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Abraham Abraham is known as the father of the Jewish people.
Amidah The Amidah standing prayer is recited in the synagogue.
Ark The Ark is the holiest part of the Synagogue, it contains the Torah scrolls.
Bar The Bar Mitzvah is the coming of age ceremony for Jewish boys aged 13.
Bat The Bat Mitzvah is the coming of age ceremony for Jewish girls aged 12.
bimah The reading platform in a synagogue is called a bimah.
Brit Brit Milah is the religious practice of circumcision in the Jewish faith.
charity Charity is a key moral principle of Judaism; giving to those in need.
Commandments The Ten Commandments are a set of ten moral rules given to Moses by God.
covenant The Covenant is God's agreement to look after his chosen people.
Creator Belief in the Creator is the belief that God created the world from nothing.
dietary The dietary laws are rules given by God that state what may or may not be eaten by Jews.
Divine The Divine presence is the belief that God is beyond human understanding.
Ever-burning The Ever-burning light is a feature of the synagogue, burning constantly as a symbol of God's omnipresence.
free Free will is the belief that humans are free to do right or wrong.
Hakodesh Aron Hakodesh is another name for the Ark in a synagogue.
healing Healing the world is a key moral principle of Judaism.
judge Judaism believes in God as a fair and just judge.
judgement British English spelling Jews believe in a Day of Judgement, where God will judge both the living and the dead.
justice Justice is a key moral principle in Judaism.

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Bat
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Brit
charity
Commandments
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Creator
dietary
Divine
Ever-burning
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Hakodesh
healing
judge
judgement
justice

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