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May a woman wear a Kipah?

Question: I understand that it is not required for women to wear a kipah, but is it frowned upon? is it acceptable for a woman to be seen wearing one? I...

Yiddishe Kopp

"I’ve got a question for you," someone in my office began. A slight pause, "Er... It’s a religious question mind you."...

Why don't women wear kippahs?

Rabbi Shlomo: Welcome. I'll be with you in a moment...what's on your mind? Shirley27: hello rabbi Shirley27: my question is why do the men wear...

How can I get my child to want to wear his Tzitzit and Kipah?

Sally: My 9 year old son won't wear his tzitzit, and often argues over wearing his kipah. He admits that people who don't know what they are...

Can I take off my kipah under certain circumstances.

Rabbi Shlomo Chein: Welcome. I'll be with you in a moment...what's on your mind?not sure: why do men have to wear a yalkmuka at all times? if one...

I don't observe the Shabbat -- why should I wear a Kipah?

Rabbi Shlomo Chein: Welcome. I'll be with you in a moment...what's on your mind?Matt: Good afternoon. I first want to say that I think this...

How do I dispose of a Kipah or Tzitzit?

Rabbi Yossi Turk: Bienvenidos Welcome. Un minuto , ya lo atiendo. I'll be with you in a moment...Rabbi Yossi Turk: hiJewboy: hiJewboy: i have 2...

Is it true that that head covering is a custom, with no traceable roots?

mbs: I do not cover my head. I have heard that head covering is a custom, with no traceable roots...perhaps only to separate us from the nations. What do...

Why do the Jews wear yarmulkes (kipah)?

Yarmulkes are head-coverings, also known as beanies. One who wears a yarmulke is in effect saying that reality does not begin with me—there is...

Do you know the origin of the Kipah or Yarmulkah?

I don't know when it first started, but there is a story in the Talmud about a rabbi who ate a fruit that was not his and he said that he had made this...