Middle East Religions

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  • Hello class! Today we are going to watch a video on some major religions in the Middle East!
  • Hi there. My name is Chris. The three major religions in the middle east are Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Judaism came first but was followed by Christianity. Last but not least came Islam. These religions are monotheistic and are referring to the same God. My friends Julia, Sarah, and Parker know more than I do, so lets go talk to them.
  • Hey, I'm Julia! I live in Israel, I am Jewish, and I read the Torah. The symbol for my religion is the Star of David. On of my favorite holidays is Hanukkah.
  • Teacher introduces the Middle East Religions video.
  • Hi, My name is Sarah, and I am a Christian. We also find the Torah holy, but we also read the Bible. The symbol that represents my religion is the cross. My favorite holiday is Christmas.
  • Chris introduces us to his friends and gives us basic information about the three religions.
  • Hello, my name is Parker. I am a Muslim, and I live in Iraq. I pray five times a day and read the Koran. My religion is represented with a crescent moon. My favorite holiday is Ramadan.
  • The Hebrew Bible and the Commentaries are other holy books while the New Testament is not. Passover, Rosh Hashanah, and Yom Kippur are also important holidays.
  • Alright class, that was it for today! Please remember this information for your quiz next week.
  • The Bible include the New and Old Testaments. Christians also celebrate Easter. Plus, there are many other variations of this religion.
  • Other holidays include Eid al-Fitr, Hijra, and Eid al-Adha. There also two different types of muslims (Sunni and Shia). These two groups still fight to this day.
  • Teacher dismisses the class and turns off the video.
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