NEW! Torah scroll with Cover, 17.5" tall, As low as $29.95 in BULK! Comes with Velvet Cover and heavy Plastic Cover. Printed on laminated (only on top side) Paper! Torah is printed without vowels.
The simple reason the Torah has no vowels is that the Hebrew alphabet doesn't have any. The vowel sounds are sometimes written as dots under the letters. But they aren't necessary. Just as you can read tricky English words like 'psychic' and 'queue' without looking in a dictionary, Hebrew speakers can read Hebrew without the dots.
Hence, the entire Torah, Prophets, and Writings, the Mishna and Talmud, and all the classic commentaries were written without any vowels. Even today, Israelis read menus, soup cans, and street signs with no vowels.