yarmulke


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yarmulke

Judaism a skullcap worn by orthodox male Jews at all times, and by others during prayer
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com has a great range of Kippahs for every occasion and also supply yarmulkes to schools, synagogues and Jewish organizations of repute.
Jewish Airman who wants to wear his yarmulke during work and a
As the court pointed out, the kindergartener has the right to wear his hair in traditional braids as a form of expressing his family's religious beliefs--just as a Catholic student has a right to wear a rosary or a Jewish student to wear a yarmulke.
These range from wearing religious attire or other symbols (for example, Muslim headscarves, Sikh turbans, Jewish yarmulke, Christian cross, taonga Mdori) to the content of the curriculum and classes".
Since I did not wear a yarmulke or other head covering.
Workers in Oregon will be able to wear a turban or yarmulke on the job under a bill passed by the state Legislature that protects religious practices for almost everyone, except public school teachers.
But the Seattle Post-Intelligencer staffer did express regrets, and removed a yarmulke from one of the characters when sending out a revised version of the cartoon for syndication.
But the truly awesome sight was my father on the bima, addressing God as he was directly, in his long white robe and square white yarmulke, and his ankle-length tallis with the silver brocaded collar, hands upraised, imploring.
But don't expect Willy to don a yarmulke or light Shabbat candles.
Orthodox Jew and reggae rapper Matisyahu -- with his yarmulke and beard, and his tiny infant clutched in his arms -- stood out in the crowd.
American Airlines would never back a flight attendant who told a Jewish passenger to take off a yarmulke because the plane contained people of "all ages, backgrounds, creeds, and races" who needed to be kept comfortable in their anti-Semitism.
Titone converted to Judaism before the wedding, for which Sandler wore a dinner jacket and a yarmulke - as did his bulldog, Meatball, who was the ringbearer.