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  • CORONAVIRUS
    Yaakov Lederman
    ultra orthodox jewish
    ultra orthodox
    haredim
    haredi
    coronavirus
    Ultra orthodox jewish men pray at a public playground in Beit Shemesh on March 27, 2020. The government ordered on a partial lockdown in order to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus. Photo by Yaakov Lederman/Flash90
  • CORONAVIRUS
    Yaakov Lederman
    ultra orthodox jewish
    ultra orthodox
    haredim
    haredi
    coronavirus
    Ultra orthodox jewish men pray at a public playground in Beit Shemesh on March 27, 2020. The government ordered on a partial lockdown in order to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus. Photo by Yaakov Lederman/Flash90
  • CORONAVIRUS
    Yaakov Lederman
    ultra orthodox jewish
    ultra orthodox
    haredim
    haredi
    coronavirus
    Ultra orthodox jewish men pray at a public playground in Beit Shemesh on March 27, 2020. The government ordered on a partial lockdown in order to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus. Photo by Yaakov Lederman/Flash90
  • CORONAVIRUS
    Yaakov Lederman
    ultra orthodox jewish
    ultra orthodox
    haredim
    haredi
    coronavirus
    Ultra orthodox jewish men pray at a public playground in Beit Shemesh on March 27, 2020. The government ordered on a partial lockdown in order to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus. Photo by Yaakov Lederman/Flash90
  • CORONAVIRUS
    Yaakov Lederman
    ultra orthodox jewish
    ultra orthodox
    haredim
    haredi
    coronavirus
    Ultra orthodox jewish men pray at a public playground in Beit Shemesh on March 27, 2020. The government ordered on a partial lockdown in order to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus. Photo by Yaakov Lederman/Flash90
  • CORONAVIRUS
    Yaakov Lederman
    ultra orthodox jewish
    ultra orthodox
    haredim
    haredi
    coronavirus
    Ultra orthodox jewish men pray outside a closed yeshiva in Beit Shemesh on March 26, 2020. The government ordered on a partial lockdown in order to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus. Photo by Yaakov Lederman/Flash90
  • CORONAVIRUS
    Yaakov Lederman
    ultra orthodox jewish
    ultra orthodox
    haredim
    haredi
    coronavirus
    Ultra orthodox jewish men stand outside supermarket in Beit Shemesh on March 27, 2020. The government ordered on a partial lockdown in order to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus. Photo by Yaakov Lederman/Flash90
  • CORONAVIRUS
    Yaakov Lederman
    ultra orthodox jewish
    ultra orthodox
    haredim
    haredi
    coronavirus
    Ultra orthodox jewish men pray outside a closed yeshiva in Beit Shemesh on March 26, 2020. The government ordered on a partial lockdown in order to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus. Photo by Yaakov Lederman/Flash90
  • PALMACHIM BEACH
    yaakov Lederman
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    corona
    coronavirus
    beach
    Israelis at the Palmachim beach, March 16, 2020. Photo by Yaakov Lederman/FLASH90
  • PALMACHIM BEACH
    yaakov Lederman
    palmachim
    corona
    coronavirus
    beach
    Israelis at the Palmachim beach, March 16, 2020. Photo by Yaakov Lederman/FLASH90
  • PALMACHIM BEACH
    yaakov Lederman
    palmachim
    corona
    coronavirus
    beach
    Israelis at the Palmachim beach, March 16, 2020. Photo by Yaakov Lederman/FLASH90
  • PALMACHIM BEACH
    yaakov Lederman
    palmachim
    corona
    coronavirus
    beach
    Israelis at the Palmachim beach, March 16, 2020. Photo by Yaakov Lederman/FLASH90
  • PALMACHIM BEACH
    yaakov Lederman
    palmachim
    corona
    coronavirus
    beach
    Israelis at the Palmachim beach, March 16, 2020. Photo by Yaakov Lederman/FLASH90
  • PALMACHIM BEACH
    yaakov Lederman
    palmachim
    corona
    coronavirus
    beach
    Israelis at the Palmachim beach, March 16, 2020. Photo by Yaakov Lederman/FLASH90
  • PALMACHIM BEACH
    yaakov Lederman
    palmachim
    corona
    coronavirus
    beach
    Israelis at the Palmachim beach, March 16, 2020. Photo by Yaakov Lederman/FLASH90
  • PALMACHIM BEACH
    yaakov Lederman
    palmachim
    corona
    coronavirus
    beach
    Israelis at the Palmachim beach, March 16, 2020. Photo by Yaakov Lederman/FLASH90
  • PALMACHIM BEACH
    yaakov Lederman
    palmachim
    corona
    coronavirus
    beach
    Israelis at the Palmachim beach, March 16, 2020. Photo by Yaakov Lederman/FLASH90
  • PALMACHIM BEACH
    yaakov Lederman
    palmachim
    corona
    coronavirus
    beach
    Israelis at the Palmachim beach, March 16, 2020. Photo by Yaakov Lederman/FLASH90
  • PALMACHIM BEACH
    yaakov Lederman
    palmachim
    corona
    coronavirus
    beach
    Israelis at the Palmachim beach, March 16, 2020. Photo by Yaakov Lederman/FLASH90
  • PURIM
    Yaakov Lederman
    Ultra Orthodox Jewish
    Ultra Orthodox Jews
    Ultra Orthodox
    prayer
    Scroll of Esther
    Scroll
    custome
    purim
    beit shemesh
    Ultra Orthodox Jewish men from the Lelov (Hasidic Dynasty) read a Scroll of Esther, which tells the story of the Jewish festival of Purim, in Beit Shemesh, March 9, 2020. The Jewish holiday of Purim commemorates the Jews' salvation from genocide in ancient Persia, as recounted in the Book of Esther which is read in synagogues. Other customs include: sending food parcels and giving charity, dressing up in masks and costumes, eating a festive meal, and public celebration. Photo by Yaakov Lederman/Flash90
  • PURIM
    Yaakov Lederman
    Ultra Orthodox Jewish
    Ultra Orthodox Jews
    Ultra Orthodox
    prayer
    Scroll of Esther
    Scroll
    custome
    purim
    beit shemesh
    Ultra Orthodox Jewish men from the Lelov (Hasidic Dynasty) read a Scroll of Esther, which tells the story of the Jewish festival of Purim, in Beit Shemesh, March 9, 2020. The Jewish holiday of Purim commemorates the Jews' salvation from genocide in ancient Persia, as recounted in the Book of Esther which is read in synagogues. Other customs include: sending food parcels and giving charity, dressing up in masks and costumes, eating a festive meal, and public celebration. Photo by Yaakov Lederman/Flash90
  • PURIM
    Yaakov Lederman
    Ultra Orthodox Jewish
    Ultra Orthodox Jews
    Ultra Orthodox
    prayer
    Scroll of Esther
    Scroll
    custome
    purim
    beit shemesh
    Grand Rabbi of Lelov (Hasidic Dynasty) and Ultra Orthodox Jewish men read a Scroll of Esther, which tells the story of the Jewish festival of Purim, at the Lelov (Hasidic Dynasty) in Beit Shemesh, March 9, 2020. The Jewish holiday of Purim commemorates the Jews' salvation from genocide in ancient Persia, as recounted in the Book of Esther which is read in synagogues. Other customs include: sending food parcels and giving charity, dressing up in masks and costumes, eating a festive meal, and public celebration. Photo by Yaakov Lederman/Flash90
  • PURIM
    Yaakov Lederman
    Ultra Orthodox Jewish
    Ultra Orthodox Jews
    Ultra Orthodox
    prayer
    Scroll of Esther
    Scroll
    custome
    purim
    beit shemesh
    Ultra Orthodox Jewish men from the Lelov (Hasidic Dynasty) read a Scroll of Esther, which tells the story of the Jewish festival of Purim, in Beit Shemesh, March 9, 2020. The Jewish holiday of Purim commemorates the Jews' salvation from genocide in ancient Persia, as recounted in the Book of Esther which is read in synagogues. Other customs include: sending food parcels and giving charity, dressing up in masks and costumes, eating a festive meal, and public celebration. Photo by Yaakov Lederman/Flash90
  • PURIM
    Yaakov Lederman
    Ultra Orthodox Jewish
    Ultra Orthodox Jews
    Ultra Orthodox
    prayer
    Scroll of Esther
    Scroll
    custome
    purim
    beit shemesh
    Grand Rabbi of Lelov (Hasidic Dynasty) and Ultra Orthodox Jewish men read a Scroll of Esther, which tells the story of the Jewish festival of Purim, at the Lelov (Hasidic Dynasty) in Beit Shemesh, March 9, 2020. The Jewish holiday of Purim commemorates the Jews' salvation from genocide in ancient Persia, as recounted in the Book of Esther which is read in synagogues. Other customs include: sending food parcels and giving charity, dressing up in masks and costumes, eating a festive meal, and public celebration. Photo by Yaakov Lederman/Flash90
  • PURIM
    Yaakov Lederman
    Ultra Orthodox Jewish
    Ultra Orthodox Jews
    Ultra Orthodox
    prayer
    Scroll of Esther
    Scroll
    custome
    purim
    beit shemesh
    Grand Rabbi of Lelov (Hasidic Dynasty) and Ultra Orthodox Jewish men read a Scroll of Esther, which tells the story of the Jewish festival of Purim, at the Lelov (Hasidic Dynasty) in Beit Shemesh, March 9, 2020. The Jewish holiday of Purim commemorates the Jews' salvation from genocide in ancient Persia, as recounted in the Book of Esther which is read in synagogues. Other customs include: sending food parcels and giving charity, dressing up in masks and costumes, eating a festive meal, and public celebration. Photo by Yaakov Lederman/Flash90