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Ebrei ultraortodossi in una sinagoga di Bnei Brak, in Israele.

Ebrei ultraortodossi in una sinagoga di Bnei Brak, in Israele.

Traditional sing-a-long: Orthodox Jews sing and dance as they celebrate Purim in their community center in Bnei Brak, Israel

Eat, get shikker (that's Yiddish for extremely drunk) and be merry: Orthodox Jews enjoy colourful festival of Purim to celebrate their salvation

Traditional sing-a-long: Orthodox Jews sing and dance as they celebrate Purim in their community center in Bnei Brak, Israel

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Ortodox jews Children and friendship in the street of Jerusalem, Israel.

Credit: Menahem Kahana/AFP/Getty Images Ultra orthodox Jews belonging to the Vishnitz Hassidic sect gather around their Rabbi as they celebrate the Purim in Bnei Brak, a religious town near Tel Aviv

Jewish religious festival of Purim

Credit: Menahem Kahana/AFP/Getty Images Ultra orthodox Jews belonging to the Vishnitz Hassidic sect gather around their Rabbi as they celebrate the Purim in Bnei Brak, a religious town near Tel Aviv

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Hasidic - This law, which prohibits wearing a garment made of wool and linen, is described in the Torah as a ‘chok’ (plural, ‘chukim’), a decree or statute (not necessarily explained by rational

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Men dance with men, women with women at a Hasidic Jewish wedding. What I saw through the Mehitzah at Rifka's wedding,

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