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Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Smothered in a veil of lace and beads,Chassidishe Kalleh is led by horses to her wedding while thousands of men watch




  • Grandson of the Rabbi of the Tzanz Chassidic dynasty community married in Netanya, Israel 
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  • Veiled bride watches as male guests and honoured rabbis fulfill the Mitzvah tantz - to dance in front of her
  • Many guests arrived with binoculars because they were seated so far from the bride and groom  

  • Dance for me: The veiled bride arrived in the men's section of the wedding as the male well-wishers, wearing their traditional shtreimel hats, danced to fulfil the Mitzvah tantz part of the wedding, where men and honoured rabbis are invited to dance for the bride

    The bride holds a gartel while family members dance and the grandson of the Rabbi of the Tzanz Hasidic dynasty wore a tile-print robe


    Guests share a joke as the bride closes her eyes in prayer, her dress spread out around her
    Guests share a joke as the bride closes her eyes in prayer, her dress spread out around her
    Before the veil goes on, the Jewish bride arrives in a simple horse-drawn carriage with members of her family
    Before the veil goes on, the Jewish bride arrives in a simple horse-drawn carriage with members of her family
    The Jewish men attend the wedding in traditional shtreimel hats as they watch the proceedings


    An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man uses binoculars during the wedding to catch a glimpse of the bride

    8 comments:

    Echter yid said...

    (1) it makes no sense that the kallah ( bride ) and her family members are being brought to the wedding by horse and buggy,,because by rebbisha hoffen its would be called (goyish), especially when the chussen (the groom ) is going with such a nice blue pajamas and the kallah is being covered her eyes by the, mitzva (avierah) tantz, like we would be afraid that she would look on other married man by the mitzva tantz? Why didn't they cover her eyes when she was being brought on horse and buggy in the streets,? Why then is she aloud to look on other married people,? And on married man? What about married man catching a glimpse with (binoculars) on the,bride,? Is that in order with,,tzenuois,? Where did tzanz klozenburg found a heter to send around binoculars to the man to be able to catch a glimpse on the kalla,? So the married klosenburge man are aloud to look on new married brides ? but the bride is not aloud to look back on them, ? It doesn't sound to good for me,? (2) if we cover the brides eyes because we are afraid that she would start her new life by looking (no not on her newlywed /husband/chussen/) but on other married man ? If we have one percent in our minds that she will keep on looking on other married man by the mitzva tantz ? Then covering her eyes will never ever solve this problem ? Stop covering her eyes so you wouldn't have to be afraid of such a problem,? Sick,?

    Anonymous said...

    Hey Nazi what do you care about some kalle with a veil? The answer is simple you are a disgusting menuvel and noyef that's what bothers you, but we hope that you will get smothered asap and that will cause simcha layehudim

    Anonymous said...

    echter yid. Seldom do see a person that's so depressed as you are. You really need to get some serious meds, before u hurt yourself

    R2D2 said...

    http://www.starwars.com/video/c-3po-meets-r2-d2

    That dude with the binoculars looks like C3PO.

    Anonymous said...

    Entertainment . . what fun!

    Femineest said...

    http://www.recordonline.com/news/20160315/new-mayor-trustee-in-bloomingburg

    Wow, Satmar allowed a veibela to run in the election for Bloomingberg Trustee & she just won.

    Fred said...

    The dude in the last picture looks like he want's to be a sniper, or maybe a secret service agent.

    Anonymous said...

    She should just put a sheet over her head and be one with it.