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MIDEAST - ISRAEL RELIGION

Reform Jews from "Kol Haneshama" comunity in Kiryat Yovel sing and dance as they carry Torah scrolls and perform the Jewish ritual of encirclement during the celebration of Simhat Torah at the end of the Jewish holiday of Sukkot, on Oct 8,2012. Simhat Torah commemorates the end of the annual cycle of the reading of the entire Torah and the beginning of the next cycle of rereading it. Photo by Oren Nahshon.

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Reform Jews from "Kol Haneshama" comunity in Kiryat Yovel sing and dance as they carry Torah scrolls and perform the Jewish ritual of encirclement during the celebration of Simhat Torah at the end of the Jewish holiday of Sukkot, on Oct 8,2012. Simhat Torah commemorates the end of the annual cycle of the reading of the entire Torah and the beginning of the next cycle of rereading it. Photo by Oren Nahshon.