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- Hasid (Hebrew: חסיד‬, "pious"; plural "Hasidim", חסידים) is a Jewish honorific, frequently used as a term of exceptional respect in the Talmudic and early...
- The Hasidim of Ashkenaz (Hebrew: חסידי אשכנז‬, trans. Khasidei Ashkenaz; "German Pietists") were a Jewish mystical, ascetic movement in the German Rhineland...
- succeeded by his oldest son, Chaim Tzvi Teitelbaum. A small fraction of his hasidim regarded his second son, Rabbi Joel Teitelbaum, as the appropriate heir...
- Regensburg in the modern day state of Bavaria in 1195. He wrote Sefer Hasidim (Book of the Pious), Sefer Gematriyot (a book on astrology) and Sefer Hakavod...
- incorporated itself under Agudas Chasidei Chabad ("****ociation of Chabad Hasidim"). The Chabad movement has been led by a succession of Hasidic rebbes...
- The Sefer Hasidim or Sefer Ch****idim (Hebrew: ספר חסדים‎, Book of the Pious) is a text by Judah ben Samuel of Regensburg, a foundation work of the teachings...
- Kfar Hasidim (Hebrew: כְּפַר חֲסִידִים‬, lit. Village of Hasidim), also known as Kfar Hasidim Alef to distinguish it from Kfar Hasidim Bet, is a moshav...
- in 1939. While Rabbi Aharon managed to escape Europe, most of the Belz Hasidim were killed. Rabbi Aharon re-established the Hasidut in Tel Aviv, Israel...
- parlance of modern times, the term "The Rebbe" is often used specifically by Hasidim to refer to the leader of their Hasidic movement. The Yiddish term rebbe...
- As such, they are sometimes referred to as the טויטער חסידים (the "Dead Hasidim"), since they have never had another formal Rebbe since Nachman's death...
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