Ashkenazim

Some articles on ashkenazim:

Jewish Community Of Amsterdam - Ashkenazim
... The first Ashkenazim who arrived in Amsterdam were refugees from the Chmielnicki Uprising in Poland and the Thirty Years War ... despite the religious and cultural differences between the Yiddish-speaking Ashkenazim and the Portuguese-speaking Sephardim ...
Jewish Services - Daily Prayers - Ma'ariv/Arvit (evening Prayers)
... Ashkenazim outside of Israel (except Chabad-Lubavitch and followers of the Vilna Gaon) then add another blessing (Baruch Adonai le-Olam), which is made from a tapestry ... Ashkenazim, in the diaspora, do neither say Psalm 121 nor repeat Barechu, but conclude with Aleinu followed by the Mourner's Kaddish (in Israel ...
History Of The Jews In The Netherlands - History of Jews in The Netherlands - Ashkenazim
... Many Ashkenazim (so-called "German Jews") were also attracted to the newly independent Dutch provinces, especially near the end of the 17th century ...
Haluka - Among The Ashkenazim
... The Ashkenazim at that time formed but a small minority of the Jewish settlers in Palestine ... Not till the middle of the eighteenth century was the presence of the Ashkenazim felt ... Judah Meisels of Apta, written in Jerusalem, the Ashkenazim accused the Sephardim of bad faith, declaring that, in spite of assurances to the ...
Haluka - The Central Committee
... This committee represented the general interests of all the Ashkenazim in Palestine, while the Sephardim continued the management of their affairs under the guidance of the hakam ... competition with the meshulachim of the Ashkenazim ... In 1871 the Sephardim and Ashkenazim compromised on the following basis of settlement regarding the American contributions (1) Jerusalem to be the point for all remittances (2 ...