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    Sentences forHaymanot

    • They practiced Haymanot (Religion), which are generally recognized as a non-Rabbinic Judaism (in Israel practicing both Haymanot and Rabbinic Judaism).Jewish religious movements-Wikipedia
    • While some Beta Israel now follow Rabbinical Jewish practices, the Ethiopian Jewish religious tradition (Haymanot) uses the word Kahen to refer to a type non-hereditary cleric.Priest-Wikipedia
    • In Israel, this form of Judaism is referred to as Haymanot.Beta Israel-Wikipedia
    • This term consists of Beta Israel who did not adhere to Israelite law, as well as converts to Christianity, who did so either voluntarily or who were forced to do so.Beta Israel-Wikipedia
    • Additionally, Ethiopian Jews, whose branch of practiced Judaism is known as Haymanot, have been included under the oversight of Israel's already broad Sephardic Chief Rabbinate.Sephardi Jews-Wikipedia
    • Additionally they sought to unify the Beta Israel and prevent them from abandoning the Haymanot (laws and traditions) under persecution.Sigd-Wikipedia

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