Improvisation #14 offers a blue-skinned Indian woman in a sari, her left arm a blossoming tree branch; from the sari pallu held in her right hand, a tallit
Control of Tallit
Moussa gives Hezbollah and the Syrian army a major foothold in the area, given that the peak overlooks the vast expanse of the Qalamoun mountain range and could be used to monitor militant movements as far as the outskirts of the northeastern Lebanese border town of Arsal.
In his kollel, a space of communal prayer and study, Aaron fulfills the various religious and social obligations that establish strictly Orthodox Jewish masculinity: he wears tallit
and tefillin, he joins communal prayer, he is consulted by the rabbi concerning community affairs, he apparently competently engages in Torah study and theological discussions, he celebrates with his community.
Meir rushed to the site and spread his tallit
(apparently with its blue thread) over the grave of his master exclaiming: "Sleep for the night, which is this world, and when morning comes, which is the world to come, if the Good [God] redeem you, He will redeem you, and if He is unwilling to redeem you, I will redeem you."
The book includes comments by some of the featured artists, and a glossary of terms for ritual objects including ketubah, kiddush cups, menorah, mezuzah, seder plates, Shabbat candlesticks, tallit
, torah pointers, and tzedakah boxes.
Le rabbin double alors les manches de sa chemise et retire son tallit
In a scene set in his cabin, Fleischman has taken out an assortment of Jewish paraphernalia that has accompanied him to the last frontier: a tallit
, or prayer shawl, a yarmulka from Israel, photographs of his bar mitzvah, "some family stuff I never unpacked," he explains to his friend, pilot Maggie O'Connell, another immigrant from the lower forty-eight.
The newspaper said that name is exclusively Jewish as it means "weaver of the sabour," which is the Farsi word for a Jewish prayer shawl known in Hebrew as a tallit
The Sabourjians traditionally hail from Aradan, Ahmadinejad's birthplace, and the name derives from the Jewish for "weaver of the Sabour", the name for the Jewish Tallit
shawl in Persia.
It is a strength that has not found its match: simply standing there in tallit
and tefillin and praising God in Auschwitz ...
I would suggest that (he hanging strips of cloth are the tzitzit of his tallit
or prayer shawl, although it could be the long, perhaps liturgical, stole such as worn by a praying figure on a seal in the former Foroughi Collection (Lerner, Christian Seals of the Sasanian Period, no.
Regarding nonverbal aspects of prayer, women in Israeli liberal circles tend to wear prayer shawls (tallit
) and sometimes head covering (kippah).