「ケヒッラー」の版間の差分

編集の要約なし
* [[墓地 (ユダヤ教)]]
* [[ヘブラー・カッディーシャー]] [[:en:chevra kadisha|chevra kadisha]]
* [[ツェダーカー]]の機関
 
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Image:V08p388001 Synagogue of the Israelitischen Religionsgesellschaft, Mayence.jpg|マインツのシナゴーグ
Image:V08p072001 Libraries.jpg|ユダヤ教文献の図書館
Image:Göttingen-Beschneidungswerkzeuge.02.JPG|道具
Image:V10p162003_Prague.jpg|[[墓地]]
Image:Gaon-V.jpg|ラビ
Image:C 080b.jpg|ハッザーン
Image:Old_Salomon_Sulzer001.jpg|ハッザーン
Image:Mikwe Mikwa Judentum Tauchbad rituell.jpg|[[ミクワー]]
Image:Schect.jpg|ショーヘートによる[[シェヒーター]]
Image:Cheder.jpg|ヘデル([[タルムード・トーラー]])での研究
Image:V08p532001 Mezuzah.jpg|メズーザー<br>ユダヤ人の家であることがわかる
Image:Shabbat_meal.jpg|[[シャッバート]]
Image:Wassilevsky_Cheder.jpg|[[プーリーム|<font lang=he>פּוּרִיםשפיל</font>]], cheder
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A '''''kehilla''''' or '''''kehillah''''' (קהלה, [[Hebrew language|Hebrew]]: "community") is a [[Jewish]] [[community]]. In pre-War Europe, all towns or cities with a Jewish population had one communal organisation, or occasionally more. As a result of the dispersal caused by the War, larger agglomerations may have more than one community, each centred around one [[synagogue]], with the various communities together providing the services previously run by the ''kehilla'', such as a ''[[mikvah]]'' (ritual bath), ''gemach'' (loan society) and ''[[kashrut]]'' (supervision of kosher food production).
 
cities with a Jewish population had one communal organisation, or occasionally more. As a result of the dispersal caused by the War, larger agglomerations may have more than one community, each centred around one [[synagogue]], with the various communities together providing the services previously run by the ''kehilla'', such as a ''[[mikvah]]'' (ritual bath), ''gemach'' (loan society) and ''[[kashrut]]'' (supervision of kosher food production).
 
 
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