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kip·pah

 (kē-pä′)
n. pl. kip·poth or kip·pot (-pōt′, -pōs′) or kip·pahs

[Mishnaic Hebrew kippâ, arch, vault, yarmulke, from Hebrew kāpap, to bend, bow; see gbb in Semitic roots.]
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Speaker, if I decide to wear a turban or you decide to wear a cross or he decides to wear a kippah or a skullcap or she decides to wear a hijab or a burqa, does that mean that it is open season for right honorable members of this House to make derogatory and divisive remarks about our appearance?" Dhesi went on to say.
An angry Mr Dhesi gestured around the Commons and asked: "If I decide to wear a turban, or you decide to wear a cross, or he decides to wear a kippah or a skull cap, does that mean that it is open season for right honourable members of this House to make divisive and derogatory remarks about our appearance?"
"If I decide to wear a turban or you decide to wear a cross, or he decides to wear a kippah or a skullcap, or she decides to wear a hijab or burqa, does that mean that it is an open season for members of this House to make derogatory and divisive remarks about our appearance?" he said.
An angry Mr Dhesi gestured around the Commons and asked: "Mr Speaker, if I decide to wear a turban, or you decide to wear a cross, or he decides to wear a kippah or a skull cap, or she decides to wear a hijab or burka, does that mean that it is open season for right honourable members of this House to make divisive and derogatory remarks about our appearance?
After staring at the 46-year-old victim, who was wearing a Jewish Kippah, the man began to verbally abuse him.
It would be better if they cast off their kippah and Shabbat [observance] and show their true faces."
In June, Quebec passed secularism legislation that prevents civil servants in positions of "authority" from wearing symbols like such as the kippah, turban or hijab while at work.
"I'm that weirdo walking around with a kippah and lashes this long," said the 28-year-old dancer, gesturing several inches in front of his face.
The New York Times has announced it will no longer include daily political cartoons in its international edition, weeks after apologising for publishing a caricature of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu deemed anti-Semitic.The cartoon, published in April, depicted Netanyahu as a guide dog wearing a Star of David collar and leading a blind Donald Trump -- who was wearing a kippah, or a Jewish skullcap.
G Ferguson, Coatbridge 8DA IT'S shocking that Jewish people in Germany have been advised they shouldn't wear kippah skullcaps in public after an increase in anti-Semitic hate crimes.
The bill, which was passed in Austria's parliament on May 15 and only aimed at Muslim children, is unconstitutional as the Christian crucifix is currently at every school in the country and Jewish children are allowed to wear the kippah, a religious head cover, according to Sonia Zaafrani, head of the Initiative for Discrimination-Free Education (IDB), Anadolu Agency reported.