What's the difference between “orthodox” and “non orthodox” Jews?

Orthodox Jews believe that God gave Moses the whole Torah (Written and Oral) at Mount Sinai. Orthodox Jews believe that the Torah contains 613 mitzvot (commandments) that are binding upon Jews . Modern Orthodox Jews strictly observe …

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What's the difference between “orthodox” and “non orthodox” Jews?


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