Karas found no merit in the allegation that four Rockland County villages--Pomona, Wesley Hills, Chestnut Ridge, and Montebello, all in the Town of Ramapo--were established to discriminate again Chassidim
Idelsohn, "Chassidic Song," in Jewish Music in its Historical Development (New York: Henry Holt, 1929), 411-434; Idelsohn, Songs of the Chassidim
CDATA[ Police were called in over disturbances between Chabad and Gerrer Chassidim
at the citys Ashkenazi central synagogue.
Some people, I think the Chassidim
, use this rigid law for that; and I think dancers use dancing, and other people use, unfortunately, bombs.
song, have been integral to the practice of chassidim
from its founding
Life in a Religious Community: The Lubavitcher Chassidim
But elsewhere she hastens to qualify her visionary proposition: for the backward "semi-Orientals, Kabalists and Chassidim
, who constitute the vast majority of East European Israelites, some more practical meas ure of reform must be devised" (Epistle 77).
and all the more so when I learn that over a quarter of these black-clad chassidim
work for Microsoft
Tan imposible como me resulto penetrar en el pasado Chassidim
de Chagall, me resulta ahora acceder a Chihuahua, con ese tremendo pasado precolombino que Sebastian lleva consigo, unido a la posterior arquitectura hispanica.
The development of Jewish and Catholic scholasticism and mysticism in pre-expulsion Spain and of later Christian Pietism and Chassidim
in Eastern Europe are obvious examples.