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    Samaritans Celebrate The Festival Of Shavuot In The West Bank


    A priest of the ancient Samaritan community, wrapped in a prayer shawl, holds up a Tora scroll as worshippers pray during the holy day of Shavuot on Mount Gerizim on June 12, 2011 in Nablus, West Bank. Shavuot is a Jewish religious holiday and commemorates the anniversary of the day God is said to have given the Torah to the Israelites. (Photo by Uriel Sinai/Getty Images)


    Samaritans Celebrate The Festival Of Shavuot In The West Bank




    Samaritans Celebrate The Festival Of Shavuot In The West Bank




    Samaritans Celebrate The Festival Of Shavuot In The West Bank




    Samaritans Celebrate The Festival Of Shavuot In The West Bank




    Samaritans Celebrate The Festival Of Shavuot In The West Bank


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Samaritans Celebrate The Festival Of Shavuot In The West Bank


A priest of the ancient Samaritan community, wrapped in a prayer shawl, holds up a Tora scroll as worshippers pray during the holy day of Shavuot on Mount Gerizim on June 12, 2011 in Nablus, West Bank. Shavuot is a Jewish religious holiday and commemorates the anniversary of the day God is said to have given the Torah to the Israelites. (Photo by Uriel Sinai/Getty Images)


Samaritans Celebrate The Festival Of Shavuot In The West Bank




Samaritans Celebrate The Festival Of Shavuot In The West Bank




Samaritans Celebrate The Festival Of Shavuot In The West Bank




Samaritans Celebrate The Festival Of Shavuot In The West Bank




Samaritans Celebrate The Festival Of Shavuot In The West Bank


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