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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It's time to put on our yarmulkes and venture beyond where we're comfortably entrenched.
It said that firms may ban all religious or political garb--Sikh turbans, Jewish yarmulkes, Islamic headscarves, Catholic crucifixes --but cannot pick and choose among them.
Its celebrity panel, comprised of Jayne Meadows, Don Ameche, Kitty Carlisle, and Tom Poston, was tasked with determining which of three guestseach wearing a suit and tie, sporting a large black yarmulke, and claiming to be Theodore Lewiswas in fact "the only Irish-born rabbi in the United States."
A short time later, Rabbi Goldstein came to the prison and handed the prison guards tefillin and a yarmulke, who then gave them to Marfi.
He tells us about being one of the most publically observant Jews in politics, why he never wore a yarmulke in the Senate, and whether the Gore White House would have had a kosher kitchen.
Winograd then blasted the Israel Police for even more draconian rules, such as banning religious Jews from wearing the kippah (yarmulke) and for even lifting their eyes to the heavens.
It's selling a T-shirt for $12.99 that says, "Meowy X-Mas" above a picture of a cat wearing a yarmulke. Below the cat are the words, "Just kitten around Happy Hanukkah."
It would bar civil servants from wearing the Jewish yarmulke or skullcap, the Sikh turban, large (but not small) Christian crosses used as jewelry, the burqa and the headscarf.
After explaining why he never wore a yarmulke in public life, and discussing the challenges of keeping kosher while traveling the world (short version: a lot of vegetarian, "kosher-style" eating) he confirmed (at 36:18 in the podcast) that he did vote for Hillary Clintonbut dropped the bombshell (at 39:30) that if he had to choose in 2020 between Trump and Elizabeth Warren, he is not certain would he would do, for it would be "a tough call." Bernie Sanders would be "an easier call," because he is at least "the genuine article."
The attack was believed to be an anti-Semitic behaviour as the boy was wearing a yarmulke or a Jewish cap.
The Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs has issued a response to the grave statements, which follow calls by the ruling PQ party in the national government to pass a bill banning religious symbols in public areas--including the yarmulke and head coverings for married women.
"It's acceptable for a Jewish student to wear his yarmulke under his uniform hat."