Anti-ZionismDifferent type of Jews will have different ways in living their lives righteously. This is because distinctive sects of Jews will have diverse approaches of being righteous. For modern orthodox, they are more assimilated in the American community that they are living in and are more open to modern ideas. They also dress in modern clothing and seem to be less conservative on their culture. In other words, they “blend” with the American community, and can’t be distinguishable from others.
Even though modern orthodox have the acceptance towards contemporary ideas, they are committed to their religion. On the other hand, Hasidic Jews are closed communities that would reject modern ideas and are more conservative on the culture that they had before they came up to America. As a part of their cultural identity, they wear clothes that their ancestors used to wear to maintain their culture and make sure that it does not wear away. There are also differences between the faiths of each branch. Modern orthodox Jews believe that the Torah was written by man, but influenced by god.
They also believe in a national movement for the return of the Jewish people to their homeland and the resumption of Jewish control in the Promised Land. This movement is known as Zionism. On the other hand, Hasidic Jews believe that the torah was written by god, and it is the word of god. They are also an anti-Zionist group. They believe that God and the Jewish people exchanged three oaths at the time of the Jews’ exile from ancient Israel, forbidding the Jewish people from massively immigrating to the Promised Land.
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Regardless all of that, they have some similarities. Both branches read torah and Talmud, and they both have the milestones and the same festivals. They also have the same symbolism such as the menorah and the Star of David, and have the same dietary laws. However, that does not mean that one is more Jewish than the other. There are different approaches of the fathers and their sons in protecting Jewish life and living out a life of righteousness. Danny’s father saw that his son, as he grew older, had more sense of superiority.
He wanted to get rid of that without losing the love his son. Therefore, he decided to use the wisdom of the pain of silence to teach him a lesson that he will never forget. This made his superiority fade away, and his father now knows that Danny is a righteous man, and will not forget the commandments even after he goes to university. Reuvans’ father treated his son just as American father treats his son. Even though he allowed his son to live the American life, he made him read Talmud and Torah to protect the Jewish life.