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non jews and wearing a yarmulka [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Should one ask a non-Jew attending synagogue to wear a yarmulke? When a non jew visits the kotel he has to put on a yarmulka is there a halachic basis for this? Also ...
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Yirah HaShem/Shamayim & Yarmulkah

It's a little bit of a difficult question to ask, but i will try to explain it: Yarmulkah seems to come from the Aramaic phrase Yarei Malka (Yirah Melech); fear of the King. I know the verses of the ...
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Americans and Kippas [closed]

I'm from Israel, and when I just moved to the US, I went to one temple where things were different. I saw some women that wore kippot (plural kippa in Hebrew). Also, why is the kippa referred as a ...
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Were/are there any gedolim that do not wear a hat of some kind?

It seems like almost major rebbeim/poskim do/did ear some sort of additional head covering (black hat, streimel, cap, etc) for davening. If the practice is that universal among gedolim, that might ...
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Is it assur to play sports with a yarmulke?

Wearing a yarmulke is a minhag. Not putting a stumbling block is d'oreisa. Yet, I have noticed that Torah observant boys and young men play sports like basketball, flag football, and soccer with ...
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Do black hats make the Jew? [closed]

It seems that wearing a hat is required, because the Shulchan Aruch says you need to wear a double covering. But some apparently-frum men don't wear a hat. How is this possible?