A shtreimel (Yiddish: שטרײַמל , pl. שטרײַמלעך shtreimlech) is a fur hat worn by many married haredi Jewish men, particularly (although not ...
It is possible to buy a shtreimel made of synthetic fur, which has become very common in Israel. Manufacturers in New York City, Montreal, B'nei Barak, and Jerusalem ...
SHTREIMEL SABLE FUR TAILS. The "Shtreimel" is what all married Hasidic men wear on Shabbas. Made out of genuine fur, it is the the most expensive Hasidic item around, ...
Shtreiml. Founded in 2002, Montreal/Philly-based Shtreiml offers a high-octane mix of not-so-traditional Eastern-European Jewish and Turkish music.
Because of the wide public discussion of the need to stop needless pain to animals, wearing a shtreimel today is a desecration of God's name.
Synthetic shtreimels are available nowadays for much lower prices than those discussed above, and they are not opposed by gedolim (as far as I know).
Most of the Hasidic groups favor the shtreimel (a wide fur hat) for the ... Whether and how these European hats are imported to the Hasidic community in America is ...
2007 August 19, Nicole Krauss, “The Walker and the Walk”, New York Times: My idea of a walk, influenced by Kazin and honed over these last nine years that I’ve ...
Shtreimel - So, What's In A Hat? While we were enjoying every moment of our Israel trip Bill and I barraged Graeme Stone, our guide, with a myriad of questions.
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