Friday, May 28, 2004

I am curious to learn about more blogs by Orthodox/ ultra-Orthodox/ Hasidic Jews. I've stumbled across quite a few by journeying from other people's blogrolls (and I've highlighted some of them in my blog), but I'd like to find more. So if any of you, my readers, can point me in useful directions, please let me know via comments or e-mail. I'll post notices about the interesting blogs I find this way. (Oh, and by the way, I apparently misidentified Hasidic Rebbele's gender -- he is male, not female, as I originally thought. I think I was misled by my own unconscious prejudices -- he posts quite a lot about childrearing, which I must obviously have identified as primarily a woman's concern when trying to figure out the blogger's gender).


  1. u said- "I am curious to learn about more blogs by Orthodox/ ultra-Orthodox/ Hasidic Jews"

    is there anything specific that u r interested?

    hasidic rebbele

  2. You could use Blogdigger ( - a search engine for blogs. Search for terms you are interested in finding people posting about.

    Just found your blog today!


  3. Hasidic Rebel ( has long been my favorite Hasidic blog, but he stopped posting back in October. Alas. Still, reading through his archived posts is incredibly educational and fun. (According to a potentially-warped definition of "fun," admittedly, but hey. I liked it. :-)

    I also enjoy reading MOChassid (

    Hope this is helpful! :-)

  4. Hi Rebecca, I found my way here from PaleoJudaica. I am an Orthodox yeshiva student in Jerusalem, so my blog perhaps qualifies: It is called "Dreaming of S/Zion" and can be found at

    Thanks for taking a look.

    My friend Adi Neuman is also quite Orthodox and blogging from yeshivah at "Home Beis":

    "Peace in Your Gates" may also be worth a look:

  5. Check out my site, Orthodox Anarchist. I used to be frum and am about to embark on a year-long journey to Israel to study in a frum yeshiva.

    BTW--I'm in Ithaca too, for the moment. Moving out on Saturday tho...