The Beliefs of Judaic Rabbis
When the followers of Abraham heard about their great grandfather, Abraham they decided to bury him and start their new life in Islam. The people from the scripture took the Torah and they applied it to various needs, especially for the people living in the conquered lands. But the people from Islamic lands also adopted the Judaic laws and culture. In fact this is how the evolution of judaism started. Their sacred temple was built in the bible but the people from Islamic nations kept changing the location of their holy temple. But even today in Islamic nations you will find that the Judaic commandments are still obeyed.
Some jews believe that the teachings of the judaism can be found in the Old Testament and they do not accept modern technology when it comes to their religion. They believe that the messengers sent by Allah to the earth did not carry any commandments or Torah. In fact the bible itself mentions only one law of the Ten Commandments which is quite different than judaism. Many scholars believe that there are no differences between Judaic and Islam and that both are preaching the same religion.
Modern day jewis are allowed to follow the dietary requirements of the Jews however they are not allowed to convert to judaism. The followers of judaism do not observe any ritualistic observances and they believe in performing all acts as a way of worshiping the almighty. They believe in performing all works of worship according to the dictate of their god, the ijtihad. The religion of judaism is different from the other religions of the Jews in that it has some characteristics of monotheism and asceticism yet it does not have the strict rules and regulations of the Jews.