to fit in to the culture of a country you have immigrated to
Liberal Jews see themselves as religiously Jewish, but prefer a more liberal interpretation of the laws. Secular Jews may or may not see themselves as practicing the Jewish religion, but are much more assimilated into the culture, and do not practice many Jewish traditions.
Orthodox Jews abide by the commands of the Torah and the Oral Torah (Talmud).
Prior to 586 BCE, the Hebrews were divided into 12 tribes. After the Babylonian Exile, most of the tribes assimilated into Babylonian culture and were lost. The surviving people were mainly from the Tribe of Judah. So they were called Judeans, which later became shorted to Jews.
absorb: take up mentally; "he absorbed the knowledge or beliefs of his tribe"become similar to one's environment; "Immigrants often want to assimilate quickly"take (gas, light or heat) into a solutionbecome similar in sound; "The nasal assimilates to the following consonant"
basically because they had assimilated, Denmark held one of the oldest Jewish communities.
They copied some stuff but not the complete culture.Answer:More accurately, they assimilated Greek culture as Greece became part of the Empire.
schools help them become assimilated into american culture
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Jews are a culture derived from an ancient religion. Many Jews aren't religious but are still part of a culture that identifies themselves as Jews.