Thursday, December 15, 2011

Bray of Fundie reflects on Yud Tes Kislev

"On the Chasidification of the rest of Jewry"


The Bray of Fundie said...


BelzFinAMool said...

good analysis, 1 minor nitpick.

Le'Shitos'kho, it should be spelled Khasidification

If you wanna go the Yiddisht/academic route, then go for it fully.

Az Men Est Khazer, Zoll Rinn'en Fin Boord

zvi said...

modern anti-zionist has nothing to do with chassidim, it has to do with litvishe and hungarian kanaus.

Anonymous said...

The Bray of Fundie 1:44 said...
"Did I write anything offensive?"

No not really except the misleading headline "On the Chasidification of the Rest of Jewry- A Ya"T Kislev Rumination "
It should of read כ"א כסלו what did 19 kislov had to do with any of the issues mentioned (except the debatable kiruv issue.. ) btw you left out kashrus! The #1 important change in America post WWII

The Bray of Fundie said...


Headlines are meant to be familiar abd attract readers to a spelling that they are comfortable with.

In the articles themselves I do my Q and kh hock

BelzFinAMool said...

Another result of the Iruv Parshiyos is that more people universally look for and say over a Vort, particularly a short Vort, on the Vokh'idige Parsha.
This has Khasidishe Up'Shtam , I feel.

The Bray of Fundie said...

I've addressed many of the criticisms in a new post. Check it out: