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In 18th-century Germany, the Haskalah movement advocated for modernization, introducing the modern denominations and institutions of secular Jewish culture.
The small preexistent Polish Jewish community’s customs were displaced by the Ashkenazic prayer order, customs, and Yiddish language.Earlier this week, another video was released of the hooded culprit, apparently surveying the damage after setting a home ablaze on 67th Drive on Thanksgiving Day. 20, the homes have been vacant and under construction.Members of the large Bukharian Jewish community have been building bigger, more lavish houses, leading some to suspect they're being targeted.The video was taken this past Sunday, about the time of the seventh and most recent fire.In that case, a home on 69th Road was torched for the second time. I wouldn't think anyone would be sick enough," a neighbor said.The firebug seem to target buildings under construction, investigators said.
"He appears to be a young male of unknown ethnicity," FDNY spokesman Robert Boyce said.
A $62,000 is being offered by the community in order to catch the culprit.
For most Americans, traditional Jewish culture summons up images of Passover seders with steaming bowls of matzah ball soup, black-hatted, pale-skinned Hasidic men, and Yiddish-speaking bubbes (grandmothers) and zeydes (grandfathers).
However, the divergent histories of Jewish communities and their contacts with other cultural influences distinguish Jewish ethnic groups from one another, giving each a unique way of being Jewish.
In addition, thanks to intermarriage, conversion and interracial adoption growing numbers of American Jews are of color and have Latino, Asian or African-American ancestry.
FOREST HILLS, Queens – There's a new view of a serial arsonist terrorizing the Queens neighborhood of Forest Hills, where at least seven fires have been intentionally set in less than two months.