ultraorthodox


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ultraorthodox

(ˌʌltrəˈɔːθəˌdɒks)
adj
extremely or excessively orthodox, esp with regards to religion
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But as taciturn as he is playing Tewfiq, Gabay is garrulous in the recent Israeli series "Shtisel," a slice of life examining ultraorthodox Jews in Jerusalem.
Police closed the gate this morning after 56 settlers and ultraorthodox Jews made into the Al Aqsa plaza where they performed prayers in a provocation against Muslim worshippers and guards.
In putting the draft of ultraorthodox youth into the military at the centre of public debate, Lieberman hopes to gain enough support beyond his traditional core of former immigrants from the Soviet Union, and thus, come September, to be the kingmaker.
The report reiterates that three members of a family - Khalil, his wife Nabila and a daughter - were innocent, but claims that the driver, Zeeshan, was an alleged terrorist working for the ultraorthodox terrorist group Islamic State (IS) or Da'ish.
Some ultraorthodox Jewish groups prohibit or discourage their faithful from touching members of the opposite sex outside their immediate families.
Al-Mutawakkil, who became caliph after Wathiq, was ultraorthodox and put a break on this cultural movement in Baghdad.
That scenario is fast changing not just in India alone but even in an ultraorthodox society like that of the Saudi Arabia.
It was because of government's negligence that some madrassas promoted extreme and ultraorthodox ideologies and continued to impose a hard-core interpretation of Islam,' Rizvi said
justia.com/2015/09/17/the-plight-of-children-at-risk-in-the-ultra-orthodox-jewishcommunities-and-the-failure-of- government-and-pandering- politicians-to- protect-them [http://perma.cc/AV7V-9FRP] ("As with the FLDS, the ultraOrthodox communities have put children at risk due to inadequate medical treatment, educational neglect, and mostly undeterred child sex abuse."); Public Hearing Into Yeshivah Melbourne and Yeshivah Bondi to be Held, Royal Comm'n into Institutional Responses to Child Sex Abuse (Jan.
Afghanistan became peaceful and drugs cultivation was ended; however, their rule was very conservative, much like if ultraorthodox Jews ruled over Israel or conservative evangelical Christians became the majority party in America.
It is believed that the government, led by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, has (http://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/business/1.763577) come under pressure from the ultraorthodox factions in his coalition.
"Gender, Religion, and New Media: Attitudes and Behaviors Related to the Internet Among UltraOrthodox Women Employed in Computerized Environments." International Journal of Communication 5 (2011): 875-895.