Hasidic Jewish Hair Women & Men Orthodox Info

| October 5, 2019

Orthodox Hasidic Jews have unique ways in which they wear their hair. Their appearance might seem unusual to an outsider. This page will explain these devout traditions

Why Do Hasidic Jews Wear Curls? | Reference.com

| October 5, 2019

Hasidic Jewish men wear their unique sidecurls as a way of preserving an aspect of Hebrew culture. In addition to their distinctive hairstyles, Hasidic Jews of both genders typically wear styles which were historically popular among Jewish people throughout Europe

Labor Zionism – Wikipedia

| October 5, 2019

Labor Zionism or socialist Zionism[1] (Hebrew: , translit.

Haredim and Zionism – Wikipedia

| October 5, 2019

From the start of political Zionism in the 1890s, Haredi leaders voiced objections to its secular orientation, and before the establishment of the State of Israel, the vast majority of Haredi Jews were opposed to Zionism. This was chiefly due to the concern that secular nationalism would replace the Jewish faith and the observance of religion, and the view that it was forbidden for the Jews to re-constitute Jewish rule in the Land of Israel before the arrival of the Messiah. Those rabbis who did support Jewish settlement in Palestine in the late 19th century had no intention to conquer Palestine and declare its independence from the rule of the Ottoman Turks,[1] and some preferred that only observant Jews be allowed to settle there.[2] During the 1930s, some European Haredi leaders encouraged their followers not to leave for Palestine where the Zionists were gaining influence