SHUL, STATE, AND THE PRICE OF BEING DIFFERENT
- VILLAGE PEOPLE. Rosen, Jeffrey // New Republic;4/11/94, Vol. 210 Issue 15, p11
Discusses the constitutional questions faced by the U.S. Supreme Court in the Kiryas Joel case in 1994. Dispute over the proposal to allow New York State to grant the Satmar village the powers of a religiously segregated public school district; Representation by the village and the school of a...
- PERSPECTIVE: Persistently Wrong: The Religious Right Must Accept Its Losses. Lynn, Barry W. // Church & State;Jan2010, Vol. 63 Issue 1, p23
In this article the author discusses the continued pursuit and persistence of groups and individuals who oppose separation of church and state. He muses on the unattainable efforts of many that may end up in frustration and squander of taxpayers money for an expensive mistake. The author hopes...
- Religious Liberty and Cultural and Ethnic Pluralism in the Colombian Constitution of 1991. Morales Hoyos, Viviane A. // Brigham Young University Law Review;1999, Vol. 1999 Issue 2, p561
Reflects upon the conflicts that have arisen between the fundamental right of religious liberty and the right to ethnic and cultural pluralism, both of which are recognized in the Political Constitution of Colombia in 1991. Discussion on the development of the fundamental right of religious...
- Our Post-Protestant Pluralism. McHugh, L. C. // America;3/5/1960, Vol. 102 Issue 22, p673
The article focuses on the different correlated pluralisms in the American society. It explains the existence of social pluralism which is created in the structure of the society that promotes common welfare and point that political pluralism is shown in the innate nature of hostility within a...
- Church-state controversy rattles Hasidic enclave. Walsh, Mark // Education Week;3/23/94, Vol. 13 Issue 26, p1
Discusses the impact of the law involving the Satmar Haidic sect on the separation of church and state. Furor over creation of public school district in Kiryas Joel, New York City; Doubts over the constitutionality of law; US Supreme Court's review of law; Educational programs offered at school...
- Jewish Yemenite Parents and Their Children are Finally Reunited in Israel. // Israel Faxx;8/12/2013, Vol. 21 Issue 158W, p9
The article reports on the reunion of two Yemenite Jew families in Israel who were separated in August 2011 when several members were brought to Argentina by Satmar Hasidim and the rest remains in Yemen in a Jewish Agency operation.
- Court weighs school district for Hasidic sect. Walsh, Mark // Education Week;4/6/94, Vol. 13 Issue 28, p15
Discusses the constitutionality of the Kiryas Joel Village school district established to serve the disabled children of a Hasidic Jewish settlement in New York State. Debate over legislation favoring the Satmar Hasidic sect; Dispute with surrounding Monroe-Woodbury district on services for...
- Satmars. Levine, Lauren // New York;5/22/2006, Vol. 39 Issue 18, p1
A letter to the editor in response to the May 8, 2006 article "Cityside: Hats On, Gloves Off," by Michael Powell is presented.
- Piety and Politics: The Case of the Satmar Rebbe. Nadler, Allan L. // Judaism;Spring82, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p135
Analyzes the Satmar Hasidim movement among the Jews. Hostility of the movement towards the Israeli state; Origins of the movement in Hungarian orthodoxy; Treatment of the Jewish community towards the movement.