Chassidic


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Synonyms for Chassidic

of or relating to the Jewish Hasidim or its members or their beliefs and practices

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CHABAD is a nonprofit organization of Chassidic Jewish members that believe in observing for one's self and transmitting to others the beauty, depth, awareness and joy inherent in the Torah-true way of life.
The list includes some of the greatest acknowledged Torah scholars of the generation and heads of the most distinguished yeshivos, across a wide spectrum of Jewish communities, from yeshivish, to chassidic, sephardic and modern orthodox.
Both stemmed from families steeped in mitnaggid tradition with a basic mistrust of the Chassidic world and of mysticism in general.
Tuesday's tour, hosted by the Chassidic Discovery Welcome Center, garners international media attention
Vilna Gaon, leading opponent of the Chassidic movement .
The program will have live music by The Baal Shem Tov Chassidic Rock Band, and a giant Sukkah or green-topped hut in honor of Sukkas, the most joyous festival of the Jewish year.
Another particularly suggestive example of the treatment given this theme is observed in Rachel's Daughter: Newly Orthodox Jewish Women (24) Thus in a footnote Kaufman states that, among her study subjects, only half the women belonging to the Modern Orthodox trend use wigs, in contrast to the total number of Chassidic women.
Fisher has recorded more than 20 albums and has traveled throughout the world, bringing traditional Chassidic, Yiddish and cantorial music to audiences.
The rightward shift in Orthodoxy following the Holocaust, with a concentration of authority in Roshei Yeshivot and the expansion of the Chassidic sects, whose "rebbes" determine the life course of their acolytes, was already apparent in the early 1980s.
The famed Yossi Piamenta whose wailing Chassidic guitar wizardry has earned him comparison to the late rock and roll legend Jimi Hendrix will hold center stage at 1:30 p.
As she guides me through the reading of Shemot, enriching the weekly parashot with a deft use of classical commentaries including the Chassidic masters, my Torah study leads me to reach for an understanding of our people's ancient history as present experience.
Synopsis: For twenty-five years, Rabbi Tovia Halberstam, a scion of leading Chassidic dynasties, told riveting Chassidic tales to an audience of thousands on the Yiddish radio in New York.
The brief, drafted by attorney Philip Fertik of Chicago and funded by the Satmar Chassidic community and other non-Zionist Jews, argues that the court should dismiss the case on procedural grounds: the petitioner has suffered no cognizable "injury in fact" from the fact that the passport does not say "Israel" and therefore has no standing to sue under the Supreme Court's interpretation of Article III of the Constitution.
Siach HaSadeh performs improvised Jewish chamber music unique and improvisational takes on early Chassidic niggunim.
Kafka evidently found Jiri a kindred spirit; his diary contains several Chassidic myths and legends which he had heard from Jiri" (xxiii).