Haredi Judaism
Haredi Judaism (Hebrew: חֲרֵדִי Ḥaredi, [χaʁeˈdi]; also spelled Charedi, plural Charedim) is a stream of Orthodox Judaism characterized by rejection of modern secular culture. Its members are often re...
Haredi Judaism - Wikipedia
Haredim and Zionism
From the start of political Zionism in the 1890s, Haredi leaders voiced objection to its secular orientation and before the establishment of the State of Israel, the majority of Haredi Jews were oppos...
Haredim and Zionism - Wikipedia
Religious relations in Israel
Religious relations in Israel are relations between Haredim, non-Haredi Orthodox, Karaite, Ethiopian, Reform, Conservative, and secular Jews, as well as relations between different religions represent...
Religious relations in Israel - Wikipedia
Education in Israel
Education in Israel refers to the comprehensive education system of Israel. Expenditure on education accounts for only approximately 10% of GDP, and most schools are subsidized by the state. The educa...
Education in Israel - Wikipedia
Moetzes Gedolei HaTorah
Moetzes Gedolei HaTorah (Heb.: מועצת גדולי התורה ("Council of [great] Torah Sages")) refers to the supreme rabbinical policy-making council of several related prestigious Haredi Jewish intra national...
Moetzes Gedolei HaTorah - Wikipedia
Musar movement
The Musar movement (also Mussar movement) is a Jewish ethical, educational and cultural movement that developed in the 19th century in Eastern Europe, particularly among Orthodox Lithuanian Jews. The ...
Gedolim pictures
Gedolim pictures are photos or sketches of (or attributed to) famous rabbis, known as gedolim admired by Jews. It is a cultural phenomenon found largely in the Orthodox and Haredi Jewish communities. ...
Gedolim pictures - Wikipedia
Avraham Kalmanowitz
Avraham Kalmanowitz (Hebrew: אברהם קלמנוביץ‎; 1891 – 15 February 1964) was an Orthodox rabbi and rosh yeshiva of the Mir yeshiva in Brooklyn, New York from 1946 to 1964. Born in Belarus, he ...
Avraham Kalmanowitz - Wikipedia
Ira F. Stone
Rabbi Ira F. Stone is a leading figure in the contemporary renewal of the Musar movement, a Jewish ethical movement. Stone was ordained as a rabbi at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in 197...
Shtiebel
A shtiebel (Yiddish: שטיבל shtibl, pl. shtiebelekh or shtiebels, meaning "little house" or "little room") is a place used for communal Jewish prayer. In contrast to a formal synagogue, a shtiebel ...
Shtiebel - Wikipedia
A T.I.M.E.
A T.I.M.E. (A Torah Infertility Medium of Exchange), a New York-based non-profit support group for Orthodox Jewish infertile couples. A TIME also works to educate doctors in halachic matters and rabbi...
Vayoel Moshe
Vayoel Moshe (Hebrew: ויואל משה‎) is a Hebrew book written by Rabbi Joel Teitelbaum, leader of the Satmar Hasidic movement, in 1961. It made his case that Judaism is against Zionism.The name of ...
Vayoel Moshe - Wikipedia
Nosson Meir Wachtfogel
Nosson Meir Wachtfogel (Hebrew: נתן מאיר וכטפוגל‎) (18 February 1910 in Kuhl, Lithuania – 21 November 1998 in Lakewood, New Jersey, USA), known as the Lakewood Mashgiach, was an Orthod...
Nosson Meir Wachtfogel - Wikipedia
Agudas Israel Housing Association
Agudas Israel Housing Association, also known by the acronym AIHA, is a Registered Social Landlord providing low-cost rental housing to the Jewish community in London and Salford. It owns and manages ...
Machon Yaakov
Machon Yaakov www.machonyaakov.org is a baal teshuva yeshiva for men located in Har Nof, Jerusalem, Israel. Its faculty and student body are all English speaking.The program, which is designed for stu...
Machon Yaakov - Wikipedia
Elya Svei
Rabbi Elya Svei (March 19, 1924 (Taanis Esther 5684) – March 26, 2009 (Rosh Chodesh Nisan 5769)) was the Rosh Yeshiva of the Talmudical Yeshiva of Philadelphia together with Rabbi Shmuel Kamenetsky, a...
Satmar (Hasidic dynasty)
Satmar (Hebrew: סאטמאר or סאטמר) is a Hasidic sect originating from the city of Satu Mare, Transylvania, where it was founded in 1905 by Rabbi Joel Teitelbaum. Following World War II it was reestablis...
Satmar (Hasidic dynasty) - Wikipedia
Three Oaths
The Three Oaths is the popular name for a Midrash found in the Talmud, which relates that God adjured three oaths upon the world. Two of the oaths pertain to the Jewish people, and one of the oaths p...
Yisroel Salanter
Rabbi Yisroel ben Ze'ev Wolf Lipkin, also known as "Yisroel Salanter" or "Israel Salanter" (November 3, 1810, Zhagory – February 2, 1883, Königsberg), was the father of the Musar movement in Orthodox ...
Neturei Karta
Neturei Karta (Jewish Babylonian Aramaic: נטורי קרתא nāṭūrī qarṯā, literally "Guardians of the City") is a Jewish religious group, formally created in Jerusalem, British Mandate of Palestine, in 1938...
Neturei Karta - Wikipedia
Making of a Godol
Making of a Godol: A Study of Episodes in the Lives of Great Torah Personalities is a two-volume book written and published in 2002, with an improved edition published in 2005, by Rabbi Nathan Kamenet...
Shmuel Kamenetsky
Shmuel Kamenetsky (born November 1924) is a Haredi rabbi and founder and rosh yeshiva (dean) of the Talmudical Yeshiva of Philadelphia. He is one of the best-known living Haredi Litvish Jewish gedolim...
Shmuel Kamenetsky - Wikipedia
Naftoli Trop
Rabbi Naftoli Trop (1871–September 24, 1928) was a renowned Talmudist and Talmid Chacham. He served as rosh yeshiva of Yeshiva Chofetz Chaim in Raduń, Poland.
He was born in Grodno, where he...
Naftoli Trop - Wikipedia