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A baby girl will have a Kiddush, a special celebration, the Sabbath following her birth.By some orthodox Jews, at age three, a boy will have a special Jewish haircutting ceremony. A yarmulke and tzitzis will be worn from now on, and the child will be taught to read the Hebrew alphabet. This is when she reaches adulthood age according to Judaism. The Bar Mitzvah will be celebrated in Shul, or Synagougue, where the Bar Mitzvah boy will read from the Torah scroll his first time and will start putting on tefillin.It's important to know her values and ideals to make sure that they are a good fit.
There are many young Jewish singles who have taken their search to the internet.For example in the city of Jerusalem, Israel or Brooklyn, NY, there are tens of Thousands of orthodox Jewish families living in a closed tight knit community. All Orthodox Jews believe in one God (Hashem) and that the Jews are his chosen people.They Believe that there is only one way to interpret Judaism, which is the orthodox way. From those ultra-orthodox Jews who live in the US but hardly speak English, only Yiddish being their native language, to more modern-orthodox Jews that mingle among the secular croud.Rosh hasshanah by blowing the horn of a ram, Passover by not eating any leaven bread but only eating Matzah and Sukkot by sitting in a hut covered with branches and grass, for seven days. In any orthodox Jewish neighborhood you will find many Judaica stores.All orthodox Jewish holidays are special happy family time to celebrate. Judaica stores are a basic need for any orthodox Jew. Orthodox Jews study the laws of orthodox Judaism their whole life.