Judaism•Holy land is important to Judaism because To Jews, it has been the holiest city and the spiritual homeland of the Jewish people. The Torah is the old law of Jews. Jews believe that the Christ didn't visit the Earth yet, so they celebrate Hanuka, which is meant to remember the that the Jewish people suffered. Many also believe they're meant to live in the "promised land." All religions have priests as well. They all believe in a "one true god" that created the whole universe. This is the same god of Abraham for the three religions. And Jews believe that the Christ didn't visit the Earth yetThis Photoby Unknown author is licensed under CC BY.
Christianity•The holy land is important to Christianity because To Christians, it is where Jesus Christ was crucified. The Bible is "the new pact" with the words of God's son. The differences between Christians and the other Religions are that Christians celebrate the Resurrection of Christ every year. And The religion