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Please submit sites that are Conservative synagogues. Each submission should have a brief description of the site and it''s features. The title should be in the following format: Name_of_Synagogue: Location, (example) Temple Beth El: Clearwater, Florida
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Sites regarding Hassidic communities, their doctrines, and their beliefs.
Please submit sites that are related to the Humanistic movement or are Humanistic Synagogues. Each submission should have a brief description of the site and it''s features. The title should be in the following format: Name_of_Synagogue: Location, (example) Temple Beth El: Clearwater, Florida
This Category is for sites that are related to the Humanistic Movement of Judaism.
Please only submit sites for this category that deal with the theology, practice and beliefs of Karaism. Reactions to Karaism should be published under Religion and Spirituality: Judaism.
Karaism is the practice of Judaism as dictated by the Torah and Tanakh, the Hebrew Bible. Karaites believe that the Tanakh (which includes the Torah) is the only legitimate source of Jewish law. Consequently, Karaites reject the Talmud (Rabbinic Oral Law) and other Rabbinic additions to Jewish law. Karaism does not reject Biblical interpretation. Rather, it holds every interpretation up to the same objective scrutiny regardless of its source.
Please submit only synagogues and/or organizations that are strictly Shomer Shabbat and adhere to or represent Torah Jewry.
Orthodox Jewry is perhaps the most frequently misunderstood branch of Judaism. It encompasses many groups with great variances from one another. However, because of our desire to encourage Achdus (the love of all Jews) - we consider an Orthodox synagogue or organization for these purposes to be one that is fully Shomer Shabbat (Sabbath observing), and follows the halachas (Jewish laws) as defined in our Torah, Talmud, Shulchan Aruach and other major texts.
Reconstructionism is the newest of the four major North American Jewish religious movements. It defines Judaism as the evolving religious civilization of the Jewish people. This category lists the web sites of Reconstructionist congregations, as well as other resources.
This category is for Reform sites. Sites about pluralistic Jewish schools and schooling which include Reform teachings will not be accepted here. They may be submitted to the more general category Society/Religion_and_Spirituality/Judaism/Education.
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The Samaritans are an ancient people based in northern Israel. There origins are Jewish but they split with the Jewish community in antiquity over doctrinal issues. They accept the Torah with variations including a distinct version of the Ten Commandments and their rituals are centred around Mount Gerizim. Today they number no more than a few hundred people with roughly half their community living in the Palestinian Authority near Mount Gerizim and half in the Israeli state.
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