Orthodox Judaism is a form of Judaism that is very traditional, demanding strict observance of
traditional Jewish laws. Such laws, for example, would include dietary laws which insist on kosher
foods, prepared in a specific manner with the exclusion of certain foods considered unclean, such as
pork and shellfish. Orthodox Jews also believe that both the Torah and Talmud are relevant laws given
to them from Moses through God. The Torah and Talmud contain the laws of the Jewish people as revealed
on Mount Sinai.
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