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Yom Kippur

Summary: Discusses the Jewish holiday of Yom Kippur. Explores the history of the holiday. Considers the different purposes of fasting and why fasting is linked to God.
All the religion's are based on methodology. Some religions believe that by praying once a day will bring them closer to God, and some think praying five times a day will bring them closer to God. For example, Hindus have a day called Carva Choth, Muslims have Ramadan, and the Jews have Yom Kippur. They all have different purposes for fasting, but there is one thing in common, which is a connection through humans to God. In World War Two, the Nazi Germans captured all the Jewish people and put them in concentrations camps, also known as the "Holocaust." By Fasting and linking to God by prayers, they asked God for forgiveness for all their sins they have committed. At that time Fasting had multipurpose, it showed the Germans that not everything can be taken away from the Jewish people, because they believe in God.

By Fasting, it...

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