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Judaism
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The Brothers Karamazov
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  • He made the acquaintance at first, in his own words, "of a lot of low Jews, Jewesses, and Jewkins," and ended by being received by "Jews high and low alike."
  • He made the acquaintance at first, in his own words, "of a lot of low Jews, Jewesses, and Jewkins," and ended by being received by "Jews high and low alike."
  • He snatched it up and carried it to a Jewish watchmaker who had a shop in the market-place.
  • Are we to leave it all to the Jews?
  • But we’ve Jews that play the cymbals and the fiddle in the village, so one might send for them.
  • He would have put his lawyers, Poles and Jews, on to the job, and might have got, not three thousand, but the whole property out of the old man.
  • All the girls who had come had been there then; the Jewish band with fiddles and zithers had come, too, and at last the long expected cart had arrived with the wines and provisions.
  • The landlord brought in a new, unopened pack, and informed Mitya that the girls were getting ready, and that the Jews with the cymbals would most likely be here soon; but the cart with the provisions had not yet arrived.
  • Alyosha, is it true that at Easter the Jews steal a child and kill it?

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  • Jerusalem is a holy city for Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
  • Jerusalem’s Western Wall is Judaism’s holiest prayer site.

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