A self-described Jewish feminist who grew up in a Reform household, Fader was drawn initially to her subject by nostalgia for the lives of her great grandparents. Indeed, Fader said, it is the duty of Hasidic women and girls to protect the men and boys by filtering, sampling and enjoying secular culture. The first book to explore the upbringing of Hasidic Jewish girls in the United States , Mitzvah Girls also details the many customs and rules that women are expected to follow. The choice varies, depending on what each family deems appropriate. Another way of straddling the secular and religious worlds is through language.
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With a costumed crowd pressing against velvet ropes begging to be let in, the Brooklyn criminal courtroom resembled a nightclub Wednesday. The iconoclastic garb of the Satmar Hasidic Jewish sect was unmistakable as members showed up to support Nechemya Weberman when he took the stand to defend himself against charges that he sexually molested a beautiful Satmar teenager while he was supposed to be her therapist. Lubavitcher and Modern Orthodox Jews showed up to support the woman, sequestered in another room, quietly celebrating, if you could call it that, her 18th birthday. Ladies in wigs and hats, with long skirts and arms and legs covered, sat apart from the men in dark suits, wearing yarmulkes, their hair in forelocks, as the jury as diverse as Brooklyn itself stared out over the insular community and got a lesson in Hasidism from the testimony. Like the fact that what you wear is no joke, as the alleged victim found out when she began to break the dress code with short skirts and sheer tights, and when she began to share pop songs like "Love Can Kill You" and sneak off to Hollywood movies. The recalcitrant teen had come to the attention of an internal committee of men called the Va'ad Hatznius, which helps enforce modesty rules — among commandments Satmar members believe must be followed.
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JTA — Political turmoil, terror attacks and natural disasters around the world: had plenty of people feeling down, for good reason. But there were also notable moments of light. As this year draws to a close, here is a chronology of some of the more heartwarming stories JTA published this year. After President Donald Trump issued his first executive order banning immigrants from seven predominantly Muslim countries, Alexander Rapaport, a Hasidic Jew, wanted to show his support for his neighbors in Brooklyn.
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