The Epiphany ceremony in the Jordan River.
The ancient community of the Samaritans celebrates the traditional harvest holiday with their own unique practices.
Purim is a Jewish holiday commemorates the saving of the Jewish people from annihilation as told in the Book of Esther. Purim is celebrated by exchanging gifts, eating a celebratory meal known as Purim Tish, wearing masks and costumes. Men are encouraged to drink wine or any other alcoholic beverage.
Kapparot is a customary atonement ritual practice by some Ortodox Jewson the eve of Yom Kippur.
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