Ultra-Orthodox and Orthodox Jews wear long locks at the temples, which are called Pace. This item is considered to be the hallmark of hairstyles Jew from non-Jew.
According to the traditions of Judaism, in addition to Pace believer man-Jew must be worn as a hat and beard.
Based on the precepts of the Torah, it is impossible to cut the edgeHair on the head and beard. The sages say that this postulate concerns strands at the temples - Pace. The Jews themselves call such unshorn locks of peyote, which means "the edge". In Yemen, the Jews use the term Sinani, which means "signs" of the Jews.
Pace - to whom they can be worn
During the persecution of the Jews religious men do notable to demonstrate that they belong to an ancient family by wearing sidelocks. In most countries, including the Russian Empire, Jews were forbidden to grow their hair at the temples, but also wearing a yarmulke, some clothes. Clothed in Jewish attire could only on the territory of the synagogues.
Kosher sidelocks are men different todayages, it is curious that growing a strand at the temples, according to all that the Torah is not a requirement. This is not a ban, but merely a prescription. However, to abandon traditional element of hairstyles believing Jews by men are not willing to.
Not only sufficiently long wear Pace, andstrand 6-7 cm long, the main thing that the whiskey had not shaved. By the way, Pacey length is determined based on the community customs. The Jewish philosopher, physician and rabbi Maimonides believed that otraschivaniya Pace should be left at the temples curl with a minimum of 40 hairs.
What should be the sidelocks
Some Jews frizz Pace, found inselling even overhead strands of whiskey, but they are buying more for fun. For example, to create an image of an orthodox Jew at the carnival. Overhead sidelocks used and if a man does not grow hair at the temples, with hair loss. In such cases, allowed to kosher cases were attached to the sides of the yarmulke or hat with wide and narrow fields.
peot length can regulate not onlytraditions of the community, but also the customs of a particular locality. Follow them and be guided only by his thoughts - it is every Jew. However, a more common arrangement tigations community, because the Jews Missed differ from prescribed standards relating to clothing, hairstyles or beards.
It is believed that thicker than a man's sidelocks at the temples, so they are more kosher, that is, "right", "useful". It is equally common to see sidelocks and good-looking old men, and boys.