posted by kailin on .
I just need help in these three:what points would be good talk about the
(#1) different sects of judaism (modern day)
(#2)the nation of Israel
Modern-day Judaism has three sects. They are the Orthodox (the strictest), the Conservative, and the Reform (the most liberal).
The nation of Israel was established after World War II. Because of the Holocaust, the United Nations believed that the Jews should have their own country. Israel was established in the Jew's historic homeland on the eastern shore of the Mediterranean Sea. But since this was also the historic homeland of many Palestinians who are Muslim, they opposed the new country of Israel. Today, Israel is one of the most advanced countries in the world, but it hasn't solved the problem with the Palestinians who don't want the Jews there.
Judaism is the smallest world religion -- with less than 1/4 of one percent of the world following this religion.