kaparot is a controversial Jewish ritual practiced by orthodox Jews on the eve of Yom Kippur. The person swings a live chicken or a bundle of coins over one's head three times, symbolically transferring one's sins to the chicken or coins. The chicken is then slaughtered and donated to the poor for consumption at the pre-fast meal. This gallery was taken in Jerusalem.

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kaparot is a controversial Jewish ritual practiced by orthodox Jews on the eve of Yom Kippur. The person swings a live chicken or a bundle of coins over one's head three times, symbolically transferring one's sins to the chicken or coins. The chicken is then slaughtered and donated to the poor for consumption at the pre-fast meal. This gallery was taken in Jerusalem.

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kaparot is a controversial Jewish ritual practiced by orthodox Jews on the eve of Yom Kippur. The person swings a live chicken or a bundle of coins over one's head three times, symbolically transferring one's sins to the chicken or coins. The chicken is then slaughtered and donated to the poor for consumption at the pre-fast meal. This gallery was taken in Jerusalem.

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kaparot is a controversial Jewish ritual practiced by orthodox Jews on the eve of Yom Kippur. The person swings a live chicken or a bundle of coins over one's head three times, symbolically transferring one's sins to the chicken or coins. The chicken is then slaughtered and donated to the poor for consumption at the pre-fast meal. This gallery was taken in Jerusalem.

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