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Synonyms for Hasidic

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

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Shaina Hammerman's Silver Screen, Hasidic Jews makes a valuable contribution to a growing body of scholarly work on Jewish visibility in cinema.
The biographies of individual Hasidic rebbes are extensive and placed in historical context.
The two Hasidic men in the photos are Yousef Rosenberg and David Weiss, Tamiz said.
The second is Frank London, the virtuosic trumpet improviser of the Klezmatics, who is also one of Wood's secularist informers; he thus has little claim to insider status within Hasidic communities.
You, you celebrate Hanukkah?) --Myriam Beaudoin, Hadassa If the Hasidic characters in francophone Quebecois writer Myriam Beaudoin's 2006 novel, Hadassa, are curious about what a non-Jewish person in Quebec does, thinks, and knows, the same sentiment could be said to exist tenfold in reverse, both within the book and outside of it.
Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson (April 5, 1902 OS-June 12, 1994 NS), known as the Lubavitcher Rebbe or just the Rebbe was a prominent Hasidic rabbi who was the seventh and last Rebbe (Hasidic leader) of the Chabad-Lubavitch movement.
The World Outside tells of seventeen-year-old Chanie Altman, a Hasidic girl in Brooklyn who lives a protected life in 1991.
So why would a Hasidic Jewish woman stock a store with clothes she can't wear?
1700-1760) was the legendary founder of Judaism's mystical Hasidic movement.
The rest of the two couple's children arrived from Buenos Aires, Argentina, where a Hasidic Jewish community had sheltered them for the past two years.
God, love, authenticity, the Kaballah, and the coming of Moshiach (the Jewish messiah) are common themes for this Hasidic Jew-reggae-rap-rocker whose new album climbed to number one on the Billboard reggae chart.
The son of Hasidic leader Reb Saunders, Danny looks to be his father's successor as spiritual leader or Tzaddik.
Thus it seems unreasonable to ask Feldman to write kindly of the sources of the Satmar Hasidic strictness, unreasonable to ask for "reflective commentary ...
Like the characters in I Am Forbidden, Anouk Markovits grew up in an ultra-orthodox Satmar Jewish community, an insular Hasidic sect.