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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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Its members were told not to wear yarmulkas or clothing with Hebrew slogans.
Some of the men wear yarmulkas (kippot), they strongly discourage marriage outside the tribe, and the custom of the tribe is to inscribe a Star of David on the gravestone of the deceased.
A number of Israeli soldiers wearing yarmulkas (skullcaps) and tallesim (Jewish prayer shawls) stood together, reading from their prayer books the morning service for Rosh Hashanah.