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How to use "Jewish-orthodox" in context?
Jewish Orthodoxy is a branch of Judaism that adheres to religious beliefs and practices unique to the Orthodox community. These beliefs and practices center around the observance of traditional Jewish law and values. Orthodoxy is considered to be the most conservative form of Judaism and is typically associated with Hasidic Judaism.
Jewish Orthodoxy is one of the oldest branches of Judaism and dates back to the time of the first Jewish prophets. Orthodoxy is based on the ancient Hebrew religious texts known as the Torah and the Talmud. Orthodox Jews believe that these religious texts are the only reliable source of religious guidance.
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