This is strictly about the religion and not what people do in the name of the religion or what jews do.
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Yes, because I am Jewish! haha0
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Let's say I know a thing or two about Judaism. We have mandatory religion-class in Switzerland on a primary school level and junior high level and the type of high school I attended also had mandatory religion class. So basically, I have been educated in different religions for my whole school career, except from university. Although I'm an atheist myself, I very much liked the religion classes. Especially in my high school, we had a very young and nice teacher who was very motivated about his job and very passionate about his subject. Also, what I especially loved and appreciated was that his teaching style was very neutral and objective. I know he himself was a Christian but I only know because I once asked him after class. So it wasn't like we were praying in class or anything like that, it was very much research-focused.
Anyway, so in that class I learned a lot about the different religions in the world. For the whole first year, we talked about Christianity. But for the remaining three years, we learned about Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, native tribal religions in Africa, Australia, South east Asia and the Amazon region, and also different religious cults and sects, such as Scientology. Back then I knew a lot about Judaism. I also had two girls Jewish girls in my class and they once brought in Jewish pastry that they had baked for the class. They're made with vegetable oil instead of butter, because butter is not kosher. I personally didn't like them so much because they were so oily but it was still very cool to try something new :-). Nowadays I don't remember so many things... it's been 10 years and I've forgotten stuff. So I'm certainly not an expert on Judaism but I know a few things :-).0