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Ultra-orthodox Jews celebrate Kaparot ceremony amid pandemic

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Bnei Brak (Israel), Sep 23 (EFE / EPA), (Camera: Abir Sultan).- The Jewish ceremony of Kaparot was celebrated on Thursday among the Orthodox community in Israel despite the lockdown measures imposed by the government.FOOTAGE OF THE KARAPOT CEREMONY IN BNEI BRAK, ISRAEL.

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