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Ultra Orthodox Jews are encouraged to wrap the Tefillin, leather straps with small boxes containing a small scroll of the Torah, on their arm and head at the Western Wall, or Wailing Wall, in the Old City of Jerusalem. Wearing the Tefillin is a Jewish tradition in accordance with the Old Testament passages of Exodus 13:9, Exodus 13:16, Deuteronomy 6:8 and Deuteronomy 11:18.

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Ultra Orthodox Jews are encouraged to wrap the Tefillin, leather straps with small boxes containing a small scroll of the Torah, on their arm and head at the Western Wall, or Wailing Wall, in the Old City of Jerusalem. Wearing the Tefillin is a Jewish tradition in accordance with the Old Testament passages of Exodus 13:9, Exodus 13:16, Deuteronomy 6:8 and Deuteronomy 11:18.

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Thousands of worshipers flock to the Western Wall, known as the Wailing Wall, during the Israeli Memorial Day, in the Old City section of Jerusalem.

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A young Orthodox Jew reads and prays at the Western Wall, also known as the Wailing Wall, in Jerusalem.

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Portrait of a Jewish man at the Western Wall, also known as the ‘Wailing Wall,’ by outsiders because Jews gather here to mourn the loss of their temple that sits on the other side of the wall. The wall is a permanent place of worship for Jews and is their holiest site for prayer. The Western Wall Plaza, the large open area that faces the Western Wall, functions as an open-air synagogue that can accommodate thousands of worshipers.

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Men pray facing the Western Wall, also known as the ‘Wailing Wall,’ by outsiders because Jews gather here to mourn the loss of their temple that sits on the other side of the wall. The wall is a permanent place of worship for Jews and is their holiest site for prayer. The Western Wall Plaza, the large open area that faces the Western Wall, functions as an open-air synagogue that can accommodate thousands of worshipers.

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A Jewish man prays at the Western Wall, also known as the ‘Wailing Wall,’ by outsiders because Jews gather here to mourn the loss of their temple that sits on the other side of the wall. The wall is a permanent place of worship for Jews and is their holiest site for prayer. The Western Wall Plaza, the large open area that faces the Western Wall, functions as an open-air synagogue that can accommodate thousands of worshipers.

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