Question by  hairdo (22)

What are the Orthodox Judaism customs?


Answer by  sonicfoundation (2597)

Orthodox Judaism is a conservative form of Judaism, but not as much as Hasidim. They keep the Sabbath and keep kosher and separate their fibers.


Answer by  Ali41 (1593)

Married women cover their hair with a wig, hat, or scarf. They don't drive on the Sabbath or use electricity.


Answer by  Andersen (628)

Involuntary circumcision of male infants.


Answer by  killermike (176)

Some customs include the wearing of the traditional Jewish Yamcha hat, and the wearing of a long black robe like garb.

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