- Yiddish שטרײַמל (Wiktionary)
“The hats, known as shtreimel or spodik, could still be worn under a proposed bill to ban fur in Israel, but the ultra-Orthodox community fears the legislation poses a threat to its religious identity.”
“Indeed, the Wikipedia entry for "shtreimel" advises that synthetic fur is a common choice in Israel.”
“Yirmiyahu and shtreimel: If a woman decides to start laying tefillin every day, does that make her “more observant” or “less observant”?”
“Mas · April 19th, 2007 at 2:33 pm shtreimel, what does Zionism have to do with the Torah?”
“Point taken shtreimel but this story is about public officials being given expensive junkets from lobbyists when in theory they are not allowed to take gifts of more than $75 in value”
“Though I would take a shtreimel with fake fur, of course.”
“Gutzman says the shtreimel was worn in the Jewish ghettos of Poland, where it was known as a spodik.”
“The signature headdress of many Haredi Jewish men is called the shtreimel.”
“Since the shtreimel market accounts for 90% of the Israeli fur trade, MK Chaim Amsellem asserts "there's no logic in legislating a bill that doesn't do what it's supposed to".”
“But when it comes to items of ceremonial clothing, whether the shtreimel or the bearskin, there is far less weight behind the call for ethics to be superseded by tradition, especially in an age when synthetic fabrics are available as viable fur replacements.”
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