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Hasidism – Jewish Virtual Library

| April 13, 2014

The Hasidic movement started in the 1700's (CE) in Eastern Europe in response to a void felt by many average observant Jews of the day. The founder of Hasidism, Rabbi Israel Baal Shem Tov (referred to as the "Besht," an acronym of his name) was a great scholar and mystic, devoted to both the revealed, outer aspect, and hidden, inner aspect of Torah

My Orthodox exodus: When I left my community, I discovered myself

| April 13, 2014

Until I was 25 years old, I believed that Passover was about liberation. I had left my Hasidic community three years earlier, and when I received my divorce judgment on the eve of Passover in 2012, I reflected on the irony of celebrating my freedom from an arranged marriage while celebrating the deliverance of the Jewish people

FROM MAN TO BRAND

| April 9, 2014

Carmelo Anthony and a Hasidic Jew walk into an elevator. This is not a joke

Brooklyn Hasidic advertisement – Video

| April 7, 2014

Brooklyn Hasidic advertisement A truck advertising shtreimel (fur hats) using a unique style of advertising, with moving mannequins. By: Yossi Weinberger

Yismechu hashamayim (hasidic shabat song) – Video

| April 7, 2014

Yismechu hashamayim (hasidic shabat song) , 2011. By:

What Is the Difference Between Haredi, Hasidic, and …

| April 6, 2014

Haredi Judaism, Hasidic Judaism, and Orthodox Judaism are all names for different religious movements within the Jewish faith.

Dressing up Hasidic Making Fun? Ask the Rabbi Live with Rabbi Mintz – Video

| April 5, 2014

Dressing up Hasidic Making Fun?

Zumba gets kosher makeover so Hasidic Jewish women can join fitness craze

| April 3, 2014

Under Jewish laws co-ed Zumba is 'out of the question' as women are forbidden from dancing provocatively in front of men Rabbi Eliyahu Fink says some religious leaders also believe women-only classes violate rules as the dance moves 'harm ones spirituality' By Sadie Whitelocks Published: 14:28 EST, 3 April 2014 | Updated: 14:44 EST, 3 April 2014 Zumba has been given a kosher makeover so Orthodox Jewish women can finally join the sexy Latin-inspired fitness craze.

New York Hasidic Enclave To Desegregate Public Park After ACLU Settlement

| April 2, 2014

A public park in the Hasidic enclave of Kiryas Joel in Monroe, N.Y., will desegregate the sexes after settling a lawsuit with the New York Civil Liberties Union and the American Civil Liberties Union. The NYCLU and the ACLU sued the Village of Kiryas Joel in December for forcing men and woman to congregate in separate areas of Kinder Park, which is located on unincorporated land in the Town of Monroe. Areas for women and girls were marked with red benches and red playground equipment, while the area for males were marked with blue.

Hasidic Village of Kiryas Joel Agrees To End Gender Segregation at Park

| April 2, 2014

Deal Ensures Equal Access at Public Space wikipedia Published April 01, 2014. Kiryas Joel in upstate New York agreed to halt gender segregation at a public park in the Hasidic village. The decision announced Monday by Kiryas Joel, which is populated by Satmar Hasidim, settles a lawsuit filed in December by civil liberties groups, according to the Courthouse News Service


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