Thursday, July 26, 2018

Jews in Bonn Germany gathered on 7/19/2018 for "Day of the Kippah"

"Day of the kippah" = 145 (English Ordinal)14/5 Israeli Independence Day

"Day of the kippah" = 73 (Full Reduction)21st prime

"Day of the kippah" = 233 (Reverse Ordinal)
(13th Fibonacci 51st prime)

"Day of the kippah" = 137 (Jewish Ordinal)33rd prime
"Mark of the Beast" = 137 (Jewish Ordinal)
"Scottish Rite of Freemasonry" = 137 (Jewish Reduction)
"The Kingdom of the House of David" = 137 (Jewish Reduction)

"Day of the kippah" = 722 (Jewish)7/22/2018 Tisha B'Av

Around 2,000 people attend "Day of the kippah" in Bonn

BONN. Around 2,000 people gathered in Bonn city center on Thursday for “Day of the kippah”.  The demonstration was organized in response to an anti-Semitic attack on an American-based Israeli professor who was visiting Bonn.


This sentence occurred throughout the speech from Margaret Traub: “It’s enough.”  The chairwoman of the Jewish community in Bonn said, "It is intolerable that we are being attacked for one reason only: because we are Jews."  The occasion for her speech was the “Day of the kippah,” held in Bonn on Thursday.

What triggered the demonstration was a recent incident in which a 20-year-old insulted and attacked the Jewish academic scholar Yitzhak Melamed at the Hofgarten park on Wednesday last week in broad daylight.  And it is apparently not an isolated case. Margaret Traub perceives a growing hatred of Jews in the society, "which is often hidden under the guise of criticism of Israel," she says.

Bonn’s Mayor Ashok Sridharan addressed Melamed in English: "I am ashamed of what happened to you in Bonn, and I invite you to come to Bonn one more time to see how open-minded and accepting the people of Bonn are.”  (Translator note: the word used by the mayor was “weltoffen”).  The city planned to let Melamed attend the event via Skype, but he could not accept the invitation because of a meeting with the German ambassador, he told GA. But Melamed emphasized the importance of the initiative and said that one must send a signal "against bigotry and racism in all its forms - from anti-Semitism to Islam hatred to xenophobia and hatred of migrants."

Day of the Kippah in Hebrew
"יום הכיפה" = 32 (Hebrew Reduction)
"יום הכיפה" = 77 (Hebrew Ordinal)

"כיפה" = 16 (Hebrew Reduction)
"כיפה" = 43 (Hebrew Ordinal)
"כיפה" = 115 (Hebrew Gematria)

"Kippah" = 34 (Full Reduction)
"Kippah" = 29 (Reverse Full Reduction)
"Kippah" = 61 (English Ordinal)
"Kippah" = 101 (Reverse Ordinal)
"Kippah" = 271 (Satanic)58th prime
"Kippah" = 311 (Reverse Satanic)64th prime
"Kippah" = 31 (Jewish Reduction)11th prime
"Kippah" = 58 (Jewish Ordinal)
"Kippah" = 148 (Jewish)
"Kippah" = 33 (LCH Kabbalah)

A kippah also spelled as kippa, kipah; Hebrew: כִּיפָּה‬, plural: כִּיפּוֹת‬ kippot; Yiddish: קאפל‎ koppel or יאַרמולקע) or yarmulke (/ˈjɑːrməlkə/, is a brimless cap, usually made of cloth, worn by Jews to fulfill the customary requirement held by Orthodox halachic authorities that the head be covered. It is usually worn by men in Orthodox communities at all times. Most synagogues and Jewish funeral services keep a ready supply of kippot.

Yiddish: קאפל‎ koppel or יאַרמולקע)

Kippah in Yiddish 
"קאפל" = 13 (Hebrew Reduction)
"קאפל" = 49 (Hebrew Ordinal)
"קאפל" = 211 (Hebrew Gematria)

"koppel" = 33 (Chaldean)
"koppel" = 522 (Reverse English Sumerian)
"koppel" = 70 (Jewish Ordinal)

"יאַרמולקע" = 25 (Hebrew Reduction)5*5
"יאַרמולקע" = 97 (Hebrew Ordinal)
25th prime
"יאַרמולקע" = 457 (Hebrew Gematria)88th prime

"yarmulke" = 34 (Full Reduction)
"yarmulke" = 47 (Reverse Full Reduction)

"kipah" = 88 (Jewish)
"kippa" = 26 (Full Reduction)

The term kippah (Hebrew: כיפה‬) literally means 'dome'

"dome" = 89 (Jewish)

The same concept is used in Islam, in which the term taqiyah, which refers to a skullcap worn for religious purposes, is derived from Persian ṭāq (طاق‬) which means 'arch'.

"taqiyah" = 999 (English Extended)

"skullcap" = 404 (Jewish)
"skullcap" = 89 (Jewish Ordinal)

"arch" = 21 (Full Reduction)

The Yiddish term yarmulke is derived from Ukrainian or Polish jarmulka, though it is often associated with an Aramaic phrase (ירא מלכא) meaning 'fear the King'. Some believe it's from "ירא מאלקא", which means "fear God".

"jarmulka" = 522 (English Sumerian)

"fear the King" = 55 (Jewish Reduction)
"fear God" = 38 (Full Reduction)

Fear the King Aramaic
"ירא מלכא" = 14 (Hebrew Reduction) Same as David

Kippahs were adopted as a symbol by some of the non-Jewish African American marchers in the 1965 Selma to Montgomery marches, most prominently by James Bevel.

"Bonn Germany" = 56 (Full Reduction)
"Tribe of Judah" = 56 (Full Reduction)
"All seeing eye" = 56 (Full Reduction)

"Blood of Judea" = 47 (Jewish Reduction)
"Bonn Germany" = 47 (Jewish Reduction)

Held 3 days before Tishabav 
From and including: Thursday, July 19, 2018
To, but not including Sunday, July 22, 2018
Result: 3 days

Thu, 19 July 2018 = 7th of Av, 5778
ז׳ בְּאָב תשע״ח
"7th of Av, 5778" = 106 (English Ordinal)
"yarmulke" = 106 (English Ordinal)
"19 July 2018" = 1241 (Jewish)
"ז׳ בְּאָב תשע״ח" = 34 (Hebrew Reduction)
"Kippah" = 34 (Full Reduction)

"July nineteenth twenty eighteen" = 137 (Full Reduction)
"Protocols of the Elders of Zion" = 137 (Full Reduction)

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