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Synonyms for Chassidim

a sect of Orthodox Jews that arose out of a pietistic movement originating in eastern Europe in the second half of the 18th century

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html; Boruch Shubert, As Heat Hits, Chassidim Hangs Tough, JEWISH VOICE (July 11, 2012), http://jewishvoiceny.
See also Velvel Pasternak, Songs of the Chassidim I and II (New York: Bloch, 1968 & 1971).
Since 1950, the Board of Deputies no longer represents British Jewry, which has become "pluralized" and "polarized" among chassidim, the younger orthodox anxious to escape their parents' assimilationist past, the Sephardim, liberal and reform Jews, and the upwardly mobile (377).
It is only when the woodcutter is removed that the person can peacefully expire (Sefer Chassidim, 234 and 723).
Knesset member Chaim Oron (Meretz) noted that SOS Israel was founded by Cha= bad-Lubavitch Chassidim, of whom Rabbi Wolpe is one, Oron called for a blan= ket ban on all Chabad activists entering IDF bases.
See Harshav, Yiddish, 23; William Shaffir, Life in a Religious Community: The Lubavitcher Chassidim in Montreal (Montreal, Holt, Rinehart and Winston of Canada, 1974), 84-92, 139-144.
If we who resemble him in these matters want to understand with what intimate joy they were invested for the Chassidim, we shall do best to go to Peretz.
The Uprighters are synonymous with zealous Jews, and the Slouchers are synonymous with a Woody Allen-ish vision of the Chassidim.
Neturei Karta Chassidim participated in a two-day Holocaust denial conference in Teheran Monday and Tuesday and were photographed kissing and embracing Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
Chabad Chassidim explained that despite the Postal Authority's desire to honor the Rebbe with his picture on the stamp, they explained that the Rebbe himself ruled out printing a stamp carrying the image of a previous Chabad Rebbe.
Before Feldman responds to these complaints, she presents three chapters to explain Chassidim in general and Lubavitchers in particular.
I wore the hat to a gathering of Stoliner Chassidim who were in Detroit for the Rebbe's yahrtzeit and they were grabbing friends to come look at the hat.