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One Jewish leader called the law “reckless,” and some Jewish-majority municipalities have passed motions promising not to enforce the measure.
“Of course we have to take security precautions, use our heads and not walk into a place” that could be dangerous, said Berlin Rabbi Yehuda Teicht.
The publication follows controversial comments by Germany’s commissioner on anti-Semitism that he could not recommend that Jews wear kippot in public.
The black kippah has musical notes and “Frank” decorating its border. It was originally estimated at $200-$400.
The legislation would allow lawmakers to wear religious headwear in Congress after a 183-year ban on hats.
“The banning of religious symbols … is an assault on the fundamental rights and freedoms,” B’nai Brith Canada said.
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The attack led thousands of Jews and non-Jews to don kippahs and participate in “Wear a Kippah” rallies in Berlin and other German cities.
The handbook states it seeks primarily to “check the spread of extremist viewpoints.”