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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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Donning his tallit and yarmulka, which visually mark him as Jewish, he gives a brief eulogy for his uncle, following the Jewish tradition of hesped (eulogy).
Furthermore, Orthodox Hebrew men must pray daily in a group of at least ten wearing yarmulka, tallis, and tefillin, and one of their daily required prayers gives thanks to God for "not making me a woman"
See, he's got a yarmulka and the little pigtails and everything.
Coming up with the ten men is not an easy task: The Mexican policeman who puts on a yarmulka to comply with the missing tenth man for the minyan, is discreetly dismissed without an explanation as the family cannot accept him because he is a Gentile; and the communist agnostic Jew who could be eligible, objects to participate on principle, as the minyan does not make any sense to him.
Some of the men took Hebrew names and wore a yarmulka all the time, but many, like Jeffrey, took theirs out in the hallway and clipped it on before entering.
The attackers grabbed 33 year old Menachem Vorchheimer's yarmulka and hat when he approached their minibus to find out the name of the team after the men hurled anti-Semitic remarks at him and his children.
Actualmente, Madrid tiene un parque que lleva el nombre del fundador de la ciudad, el emir Mohamed, y una sinagoga en la que el Rey Juan Carlos se puso la yarmulka para asistir a un servicio de reconciliacion en el aniversario del quinto centenario de la expulsion de los judios.
Forster's observation that while it may not be much, it may keep a splintered world functioning) to allow the headscarf (kirpan, yarmulka, cross, turban; choose your own religious object) in the secular space of the state educational institution.