A Hassidic (ultra-orthodox) Jewish boy/man with peyot/peyas (religiously uncut portions of the hair before the ears) and Tefilim (religious boxes with Hebrew scrolls within strapped to the forehead and arm) davening (praying) before the Kotel (Western Wall, Wailing Wall, etc) in Jerusalem, Israel.

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A Hassidic (ultra-orthodox) Jewish boy/man with peyot/peyas (religiously uncut portions of the hair before the ears) and Tefilim (religious boxes with Hebrew scrolls within strapped to the forehead and arm) davening (praying) before the Kotel (Western Wall, Wailing Wall, etc) in Jerusalem, Israel. JRHMissouri, USA30
Israel. The Wall of Crying Jerusalem joannaPoland14
A Hassidic Jew in front of the Wailing Wall for some serious prayers. (note prayer pad on forhead to protect against unintentional divine meetings with the ground) MikeCanada5
Some may call it the wailing wall. joshbali4
People of G-d praying for peace on Holy Land Santiago LaparraChiapas, México3

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