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Also known as a yarmulke or skullcap, a kippah is a headcovering for Jews. A kippah (skullcap or yarmulke) is a small hat or headcovering. In traditional Jewish communities only men wear kippot (the plural of kippah) and they are worn at all times (except when sleeping and bathing).
AMSTERDAM (JTA) - The debate about wearing a kippah in Western Europe returned only a decade or so ago, but it has nonetheless come to follow a rigid pattern even in that short period of time. The cycle - there have been dozens of such cases - begins with an anti-Semitic assault.
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