27, a young man heaved a large brick at Abraham Gopin, a 63-year-old member of the Chabad Hasidic
community exercising in Lincoln Terrace Park, toward the eastern end of Crown Heights.
Idel address the preeminent status of the divine feminine power, also referred to as Female, within the theosophical structures of many important Kabbalist, Sabbatean thinkers, and Hasidic
Silver Screen, Hasidic
Jews: The Story of an Image.
A community of Hasidic
Jews in Beit Shemesh has turned to a distinctly modern strategy to build their new house of worship: crowdfunding.
It is a masterly, bold and impressive treatise that is compelling for scholars as well as for those interested in Hasidim and Hasidic
origins and culture.
A prominent Hasidic
singer from Brooklyn used a racial slur against President Barack Obama at a concert in Jerusalem, a video posted online showed. Mordechai Werdyger, who goes by the name Mordechai Ben David, was performing a song about peace on Dec. 29 when he slammed the outgoing U.S.
Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif met with the two Hasidic
men during a conference of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in Tehran to commemorate the Nakba , or "catastrophe," according to political observer Sam Tamiz.
More problematic, however, is Wood's treatment of Hasidism and Yiddishism in Chapter 5: "Encountering the Yiddish Other: Hasidic
Music in Today's Yiddish Canon." Here, the conflict between religious and ethical practice arises.
In Julia Dahl's second mystery starring Rebekah Roberts, the young reporter for a New York tabloid is once again drawn into the closed world of Hasidic
There is much ignorance about the insular Hasidic
communities, and fear by the modern, egalitarian province that Hasidic
women are being oppressed.
In this collection of short (one or two-page) Torah thoughts connected to the weekly Torah readings, mostly from Hasidic
sources, each vort is introduced with an explanation of its context and followed by a personal comment or observation from the author.
Seventeen-year-old Chanie Altman lives the protected life of a Lubavitcher Hasidic
girl in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, New York, in 1991.