Is this familiar in Jewish weddings? (1 Viewer)

lgorTudor

Senior Member
Jan 15, 2015
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#4
You need to give it some context.

Are you offended because you think that towel represented something palestinian and they make fun of it?
Or are you surprised because arab weddings have similar rituals?

I have never been to a wedding but I know that on orthodox jewish weddings men and women are separated. Maybe they wrapped towels over the woman in order to allow her to celebrate with men.
 

Raz

Senior Member
Nov 20, 2005
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#5
Are you referring to the ritual killing of a Palestine maiden? This is common in Jewish weddings, yes. As in weddings all over the world actually. Whenever there is a reason to celebrate in the West, a Palestine maiden is sacrificed.
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ReBeL

The Jackal
Jan 14, 2005
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#7
This has nothing to do with me being Palestinian or Martian. I really did not mean anything wrong when posting this but I just wanted to see if these rituals are familiar there.
 

Hustini

Senior Member
May 29, 2005
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#8
Are you referring to the ritual killing of a Palestine maiden? This is common in Jewish weddings, yes. As in weddings all over the world actually. Whenever there is a reason to celebrate in the West, a Palestine maiden is sacrificed.
:lol:
 

Zé Tahir

JhoolayLaaaal!
Moderator
Dec 10, 2004
29,279
#11
I did a bit of research. It's apparently called a "mitzvah tantz"


This one has some dope ultras (pun intended) chanting along.
 

swag

L'autista
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Sep 23, 2003
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#13
This has nothing to do with me being Palestinian or Martian. I really did not mean anything wrong when posting this but I just wanted to see if these rituals are familiar there.
I've been to multiple Jewish weddings in the U.S. None of them did that. There's the breaking glasses underfoot, there's the being carried around in a chair, etc. But burqas would be a new one for me.
 

lgorTudor

Senior Member
Jan 15, 2015
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#14
I've been to multiple Jewish weddings in the U.S. None of them did that. There's the breaking glasses underfoot, there's the being carried around in a chair, etc. But burqas would be a new one for me.
I guess you've been to regular jews' wedding, not orthodox. They have many rituals.
 

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