Hutterites Vs Amish

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Orthodox Jews are believers and live their lives on the basis of religion, doing everything possible to follow the 613 norms of religious life (mitzvot). This generally does not imply that these people try to live in isolation from the societies in which they find themselves, but are an integral part of them. The ultra-Orthodox religious are the most conservative branch of Judaism. Not only do they differ in respecting all mitzvot to rajatabla, but also because in some cases, depending on the degree of conservatism of their rabbis, they live almost 200 years ago, almost completely isolated from the rest of society and the world, dedicated alone and only to their religion. The Mennonites, Hutterites and Amish are some examples of this form of
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