Although many people around the world tend to view Judaism as a single religion, it actually consists of different groups, each with its own characteristics that go beyond a change in nuances. Let us start with the historical definition:
As a country that is holy to so many different religions, Israel is home to Christians of different persuasions. They are not a homogeneous group, but are split up into different populations and denominations of Christianity.
The second largest religion by population in Israel, with approximately 1.42 million residents, is the Muslim population.
“Adyghe people”, this is how the Circassians call themselves. Why “Adyghe”? The source of the word Adyghe means a noble man, full of virtue, a complete man.