- "I am the lord your God , you shall not have any other gods before me".
- "You shall not take the name of the lord your God in vain."
- "Remember to keep holy the sabbath day"
- "Honour your father and mother".
- "You shall not kill".
- "You shall not commit adultery".
- "You shall not steal".
- "You shall not bate false witness against your neighbour ".
- "You shall not covet your neighbour's wife".
- "You shall not covet your neighbour's goods".
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A follower is called: Jew
Founded by: Abraham and Moses
When was it founded: 1,800(Abraham) 1,200(Moses)
Holy day: Sabbath (Saturday)
Holy books/writings: Torah and the Tenakh
Local leader: Rabbi
Place of worship: Synagogue
Some sacreds: Western wall
A follower is called: Christian
Founded by: Jesus
When was it founded: 2,000 years ago
Holy day: Sunday
Holy books/writings: Bible
Local leader: priests
Place of worship: church
Some sacreds: Jerusalem, Rome, Bethlehem
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Founded by: Mohammed
When was it founded: 1,500 years ago
Holy day: Friday
Holy books/writings: Qur'an
Local leader: Imam
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