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Tens of thousands of Ultra-Orthodox Jews of the Belz Hasidic Dynasty take part in the wedding ceremony of Rabbi Shalom Rokach, the Grandson of the Belz Rabbi to Hana Batya Pener, early morrning of May 22, 2013. in Jerusalem, Israel. Some 25,000 Ultra-Orthodox Jews participated in one of the biggest weddings of the of Ultra-Orthodox Jewish community in the past few years.

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Tens of thousands of Ultra-Orthodox Jews of the Belz Hasidic dynasty on Tuesday took part in the wedding ceremony of Rabbi Shalom Rokach, the grandson of the Belz Rabbi to Hana Batya Pener in Jerusalem, Israel. About 25,000 Ultra-Orthodox Jews participated in one of the biggest weddings of the community in the past few years.

A woman looks at men praying from behind a metal screen at the Western Wall Judaism's holiest prayer site, in Jerusalem's Old City

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A woman watches men praying from behind a metal screen at the Western Wall, Judaism’s holiest prayer site, in Jerusalem’s Old City on April 11 2013. Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu is to consider liberalising access to the Western Wall, officials said on Wednesday, citing concern that police-enforced Orthodox controls on female worshippers alienate Jews abroad.