Table of Contents

Introduction: redefining male piety and fundamentalism.
Yeshiva fundamentalism in Israel's Haredi community.
On the edge of transgression: the study of Talmud and the evil inclination.
Challenges to the fundamentalist denouncement of work.
The idealization of soldiers' masculinity.
The domestication of masculine piety.
A case study: terror, ZAKA, and the "soldiers of piety".
Conclusion: a reconstruction of fundamentalism and piety.