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  Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Shtreimel
The most widley seen shtreimel is typically worn by the Hassidim of Galicia, Romania Hungary and was once worn by Lithuanian Jews pre world war-II; Hassidim from Congress Poland wear a spodik.
The shtreimel is usually made of the genuine fur, from the tips of the tails, typically from Canadian or Russian sable but also from Stone Marten and American Gray Fox.
Many religious Jews proudly wear the shtreimel since it originated of a decree that was lifted some 3 or 400 years ago that Jews wear tails of an animal on their head to signify that Jews are "animals".
www.reference.com /browse/wiki/Shtreimel   (458 words)

  
 Shtreimel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A Shtreimel is a fur hat worn by many married Haredi Jewish men, particularly (though not exclusively) members of Hasidic sects, on the Sabbath and during Jewish holidays and festive occasions.
The Shtreimel is made out of the genuine fur, from the tips of the tails, typically from Canadian or Russian sable,but, also from Stone Marten, Bow Marten, and American grey fox.
It is usually the bride's father who purchases the Shtreimel for the groom upon his wedding.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Shtreimel   (227 words)

  
 There are no feminists on a sinking ship: a "cap" on shtreimel prices....
The focus of the meeting was the ongoing effort to stem the accelerating costs of marrying off children, particularly the cost of a shtreimel.
One, more expensive, is an elegant shtreimel meant to be worn under the chuppah, as well as for special occasions.
The second, somewhat cheaper, is called a raigen shtreimel meant to be worn in inclement weather, thus preserving the other more costly shtreimel.
nfonss.blogspot.com /2007/06/cap-on-shtreimel-prices.html   (344 words)

  
 What did Jews look like in the time of Tanakh? - Hashkafah.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
I don't necessarily agree with shtreimels or fl hats (in fact, I don't agree with that) but I think peyos and yarmulkes are okay, that is to say, harmless.
If we compare this photo Sefardic Shtreimel to this onePolish rabbi one sees a very similiar mode of dress and appearance that suggests in such removed Kehillos a similair mesorah on dress.
You don't have to resort to the pure conjecture that shtreimels are actually 2000 year old dress, absent all evidence.
www.hashkafah.com /index.php?act=findpost&pid=191660   (2067 words)

  
 Maintaining Connections, but Keeping the Web at Bay - New York Times
His blogger pen name is Shtreimel, the Yiddish word for the round fur hat that a Hasidic man wears on Sabbath.
And Shtreimel is not alone in posting his doubts in a public forum (conartistic.blogspot.com is his latest address).
Shtreimel said that he first dipped into the Internet out of curiosity and soon was confiding his religious skepticism in e-mail messages.
www.nytimes.com /2005/11/23/nyregion/23computer.html?ei=5088&en=969c44b2d4aabd44&ex=1290402000&partner=rssnyt&emc=rss&pagewanted=print   (891 words)

  
 A Hassid and a Heretic: Farewell   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Shtreimel, your blog has been the most important one that I have seen in the Jewish community.
For Shtreimel to go frum because it's easier (as he claims in his comments) makes a lot of sense.
Like I said Shtreimel, if it's pragmatic and all the thillim zugging is pragmatic too then go for it (if you're sure that this is what you want).
hassid.blogspot.com /2005/10/farewell.html   (5506 words)

  
 "Blogs Offer Glimpse Into Hidden Corners of Orthodox Life - Forward.com"
Married with several children, Shtreimel still lives in the Hasidic community where he was born.
Shtreimel’s first posts addressed a secular audience, giving readers a sarcastic primer on Hasidism.
Dissident Hasidim such as Shtreimel have formed a small blogging community online, connecting via their comments sections.
www.forward.com /articles/blogs-offer-glimpse-into-hidden-corners-of-orthodo   (1021 words)

  
 Wings of Morning - Parsha
As is known, Hasidim wear a shtreimel on the Sabbath.
After the prayers were over, when R. Shneur Zalman put on his shtreimel, he sensed that one of the Hasidim had worn it.
After the hat maker put the shtreimel back together, he placed it into the oven to dry, as was the custom.
www.shemayisrael.co.il /parsha/review/archives/vayak_pek61.htm   (1484 words)

  
 shtreimel | English | Dictionary & Translation by Babylon
A Shtreimel is a fur hat worn by many married Haredi Jewish men, particularly (though not exclusively) members of Hasidic sects, on the Sabbath and during Jewish holidays and festive occasions.
In some families, particularly those native to Jerusalem, boys begin to wear a Shtreimel after they marry.
Due to decrees made by the Czarist regime of Russia during the 19th Century, Belarusian, Ukrainian and Lithuanian Jews generally do not wear a Shtreimel.
www.babylon.com /definition/shtreimel   (103 words)

  
 Fear of being regarded as one who is in a fantasy world...
He was dressed in traditional Chassidic garb, with a velvet hat, silk bekishe (coat), trousers tucked in his socks, long curly pe'ot (sidelocks).
But a shtreimel which is worn only on Shabbos, by married men, seemed too conspicuous to him - not part of his normal dress.
As long as Moshiach is a distant concept for us, as long as it is something we put on once in a while and is of recent vintage, it is natural to feel uncomfortable about it.
www.tiferes.org /4moshiachhg17.htm   (343 words)

  
 Hasidic Shtreimel  Shtreiml Sable Tail Hat as worn on Shabbat by Chaiidic hasidic orthodox  jews
A shtreimel is a fur hat worn by many married Hasidic Orthodox Jewish men on Shabbat (the Jewish Sabbath) and during other festive occasions.
It is usually the bride's father who purchases the Shtreimel for the groom upon his wedding.
It is identical to the shtreimel worn by many if not most Chasidic Jews on Sabbath and holidays today.
www.peterpalms.com /shtreimel   (1528 words)

  
 RavFrand List - Rabbi Frand on Parshas Netzavim - Rosh Hashana - Torah.org
Like many others, one of the honorable and wealthy Chassidim left his Shtreimel [fur hat worn by Chassidim] at his seat.
The chossid came to the Rebbe and the Rebbe told him "You stole the Shtreimel".
The way that I knew who stole the Shtreimel was as follows.
torah.org /learning/ravfrand/5759/netzavim.html   (1667 words)

  
 A Hassid and a Heretic: Not Alive, Not Yet Dead   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Shtreimel, I think this is a beautiful and terrifying post.
Shtreimel, very haunting and I feel your pain.
Shtreimel: I feel your pain, my man. Blogging can be a tremendously cathartic experience; I'm sure you feel the same way.
hassid.blogspot.com /2006/09/not-alive-not-yet-dead.html   (3674 words)

  
 Shtreimel - Chabad Talk - Jewish Forum
Rebbe put on a shtreimel only when in Poland, to do as the natives did.
The FR wore something similar to a spodik, a fur hat which is about twice the height of a shtreimel and narrower, this covering is favoured by Polish dynasties such as Ger, Alexander, Amshinov, Sochatchov, Modzitz
He answered that he thought that the real reason is that his mother-in-law wouldn't let him have the FR's shtreimel.
www.chabadtalk.com /forum/showthread.php3?t=1525   (1305 words)

  
 Wings of Morning - Parsha
According to Shivchei Habaal Shem Tov, on the Sabbath, Hasidim wore a "hoot," or hat.
Assuming this to be a reliable source, we see that in the days of the Baal Shem Tov Hasidim wore a "hat" and not a shtreimel.
If we cannot be sure whether Hasidim in the days of the Baal Shem Tov wore a shtreimel, we do know from Shivchei Habaal Shem Tov, that on the Sabbath the Baal Shem Tov and his students wore white gaberdines.
www.shemayisrael.co.il /parsha/review/archives/tzav61.htm   (1356 words)

  
 katif.net in English   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The venerable Rabbi lifted the young man's shtreimel off his head and began to shake it quite vigourously.
The young man felt himself being pelted with light small objects.
The Rabbi told him: "What you just felt were numerous barley grains that remained stuck in your shtreimel from the time of your "aufruf." (The custom in
english.katif.net /index.php?id=113%E2%8A%82=6   (409 words)

  
 Shtreimel :: Definition for Shtreimel - Timothy Ministries
In some families, particularly those native to Jerusalem, boys begin to wear a Shtreimel after their Bar Mitzvah (age 13).
Made out of genuine fur, typically from sable, it is the most expensive article of Hasidic clothing, ranging in price from $1800 to $5400.
A cheaper version (sells for $800-1,500), called the Regen Shtreimel (Rain Shtreimel) is used for occasions where the expensive one may get damaged.
timothyministries.org /TheologicalDictionary/references.aspx?theword=Shtreimel   (225 words)

  
 Comments on: Orthodox attempting to address pre-marital sex
Shtreimel, I ain't lookin' but I know a young woman who may be and it so happens that she may be heading out to live in your part of the world.
Shtreimel, I happen to have posted before and I'm sorry if you don't appreciate what I have to say...
Shtreimel, if Toronto doesn't work out, you might want to try the Upper West Side, where aforementioned Conservadox women dwell in droves.
www.jewlicious.com /?feed=rss2&p=917   (16252 words)

  
 Orchos Chaim :: Chagim Pesach
Rabbi Salant asked the newlywed to as he took the young man's shtreimel off his head and shook.
Rabbi Salant was not surprised with his find, but this newlywed was "bowled over" with the abundance of chometz in his shtreimel.
Rabbi Salant said to him "before you find fault in your mother-in-law's kitchen, find fault in your own shtreimel!" A person should do a cheshbon hanefesh before they do one on someone else and all the more so a close relative.
www.orchos.org /torah/chagim/pesach/pesachbarelyprint.html   (262 words)

  
 Hasidic Shtreimel  Shtreiml Sable Tail Hat as worn on Shabbat by Chaiidic hasidic orthodox  jews
In Chasidic circles, satin and brocaded long coats (mostly fl in color), together with expensive fur hats (shtreimel) are de rigeur for male Sabbath clothing.
The fur hats are copies of the types of headgear worn in the eighteenth century by Polish and Russian nobility and royalty.
It is identical to the shtreimel worn by many if not most Chasidic Jews on Sabbath and holidays today.
peterpalms.com /shtreimel/index.html   (1528 words)

  
 Jewltide offers mixed holiday fare - The Boston Globe
Opener Shtreimel fell somewhere between a klezmer group and a jam band.
But part of the charm of klezmer has always been its adaptivity, and if most of the songs kept the basic harmonic vocabulary, the instrumental band was more rhythmically and structurally experimental.
Despite unconfident assistance from Shtreimel's bassist and clarinetist, Socalled was essentially just singer Josh Dolgin and his sampler, like Atom and His Package with magic tricks and relentless sub-Borscht Belt jokes.
www.boston.com /ae/music/articles/2006/12/23/jewltide_offers_mixed_holiday_fare   (364 words)

  
 RavFrand List - Rabbi Frand on Parshas Netzavim - Rosh Hashana - Torah.org
Like many others, one of the honorable and wealthy Chassidim left his Shtreimel [fur hat worn by Chassidim] at his seat.
The chossid came to the Rebbe and the Rebbe told him "You stole the Shtreimel".
The way that I knew who stole the Shtreimel was as follows.
roshhashanah.torah.org /learning/ravfrand/5759/netzavim.html   (1649 words)

  
 Pearls of Wisdom
There are many responsa that deal with the permissibility of dressing in a secular fashion.
When a decree was made by the ruling powers of Poland that Jews could no longer wear a shtreimel, the great Rav Yitzchok of Vork immediately sent a delegation of Hassidim to try to annul the decree.
The Rebbe held that the principle of wearing a shtreimel was fundamental to maintaining Jewish identity.
www.jewishpress.com /page.do/13512/Pearls_of_Wisdom.html   (744 words)

  
 Olas Shabbos - Vayera, 5764 - Torah.org
A Jew "from the heim" once told me the following vignette: It is customary that the parents of the bride purchase the shtreimel (traditional fur hat worn on Shabbos) for the groom, which can be a costly item.
His brother had recently become engaged, and one day a large package arrived in the mail.
With excitement, he opened it up and took out his brand-new shtreimel.
www.torah.org /learning/olas-shabbos/5764/vayera.html   (1150 words)

  
 Shtreimel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
This is a summary of an article on Shtreimel.
To read the full article see the link at the bottom of the page.
A 'shtreimel' is a fur hat worn by many married Hasidic Orthodox Jewish men on Shabbat (the Jewish Sabbath) and during other festive occasions.
wiki-shorts.freestat.pl /25-2112-Shtreimel.html   (129 words)

  
 I almost ruined my tinfoil shtreimel - The Frumspace Forums   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
I needed to wrap a package of cold cuts - and I saw what looked like a large piece of unused but crumpled tin foil on my counter.
Once I got closer I realized that I was looking at a true davar shebekedusha (or dvar sheker) - the Admou"r's shtreimel which goes on sale motzash on Ebay! What a tragedy that would have been had I been mechalel such a hyliger object!
Gevalt! This is truely a sign that you are wandering off the derech subcontiously.
www.frumspace.com /forums/index.php?act=findpost&pid=26656   (821 words)

  
 LISTSERV 15.5 - MAIL-JEWISH Archives
An extra one of the same Bunsen burner contraptions can be used for libun of things like stove grates etc. which are used in direct contact with fire and should therefore be kashered the same way.
Hasiddim are often the most reactionary of all Jews > and as a movement (with the usual exception of Habad) have not made > any new contribution to Judaism in recent years (about a century).
Noyekh Miller ---------------------------------------------------------------------- From: Ben Katz <[log in to unmask]> Date: Wed, 28 Dec 2005 00:22:28 -0600 Subject: Re: Shtreimel >From: Saul Davis <[log in to unmask]> >The passage of the shtreimel from the (often anti-Semitic) Eastern >European upper-class to poor hasiddim is obscure but has examples in >other places.
listserv.shamash.org /cgi-bin/wa?A2=ind0601&L=mail-jewish&T=0&P=72   (1780 words)

  
 Beloved Companions
Since the rabbi did not have any cash this time either, he took his shtreimel off his head and gave it to the poor man, so that he could sell it and have some parnassah.
But the embittered man took the shtreimel, threw it into the rabbi's face, and began cursing the rabbi vehemently for not giving him cash.
The rabbi said to himself, "If this person is acting in such a harsh manner, who knows how many troubles and how much pain he has.
www.shemayisrael.com /parsha/feinhandler/archives/miketz.htm   (1233 words)

  
 JewishJournal.com
While I appreciate The Journal’s attempt at Purim humor, as a long time and very proud shtreimel wearer, I was saddened by your cover of Michael Jackson, currently under indictment and on trial for [alleged] child molestation (Purim Cover, March 25).
As a senior bureau chaplain for the Los Angeles Police Department and chief of operations for Hatzolah Rescue Team, I, unfortunately, have witnessed too much pain and suffering of children (and adults) at the hands of sexual predators.
A shtreimel situated on the head of our governor, mayor or even the latest Hollywood macher (not currently under indictment) would have garnered a prominent position on our shteilbel’s bulletin board.
www.jewishjournal.com /home/print.php?id=13930   (4243 words)

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