Precedent-setting ruling bypasses the adoption law requirement that the adoptive parent and the child must be of the same faith.02:11 26.11.15 | 0 comments
Another etymology is "yira-malka," Aramaic for "fear of the [Heavenly] kingdom." Yarmulka is the typical Yiddish term. Perhaps the Polish term derives from it; consider the German "meschugge," the English "sandal," etc. Some historians say that Muslims chose Friday for their holy day (and Christians, Sunday), precisely because it wasn't Saturday. That Hamas wants to make Thursday its second day off, makes sense. Thursday seems holy to no one, except perhaps to some worshippers of Norse deities. Ludendorff and some proto-Nazis seem to have tried to revive such practices.