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Kippah Sruga

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Breaking The Silence Draws Massive Fire
He entered the IDF as a paratrooper in a special operations unit in 2004, and served his three years in the West Bank wearing the kipa sruga, or knitted yarmulke, of Israel's religious Zionist class.
Kippah-Wearing Student Told to Prove Religion
Last week Steven Tanenbaum's 17-year-old son, Caleb, began coming to classes wearing a kippah sruga--a Jewish head covering that his mother had knitted for him. When the administration told Caleb to remove the kippah, Caleb refused, saying that he ...
This Series About Chaste Modern Orthodox Israelis Dating Is My Favorite TV
(The title means knitted, and refers to the stitching of a style of yarmulke, as well the characters' full integration into Israeli society).
Rabbi Who Called Zionist Orthodox Jews “Amalek” Appointed Head Of Shas Rabbis
Rabbi Shalom Cohen 2 Six months after the death of Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, Rabbi Shalom Cohen, the outspoken controversial head of the Sefardi haredi Porat Yosef Yeshiva in Jerusalem, has been named the head of the Sefardi haredi Shas Party's Council ...
American Orthodox community condemns Shas rabbi's comments against national
Cohen referred to the Modern Orthodox community as “kippa sruga,” or knitted kippa. “As long as there are knitted kippot, the throne [of God] is not whole.

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