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A Masada Mountaintop Bar Mitzvah

February 13, 2008
The seventh grade classes from two Israeli public middle schools held a joint celebration of their 600 members’ bar and bat mitzvahs at the country’s historic fortress of Masada. Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries from the students’ hometown of Ramat Hasharon arranged the party, complete with a klezmer band, singing and dancing that spanned two days earlier this week.
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A violinist sets the mood for a mass bar and bat mitzvah celebration organized by Chabad-Lubavitch of Ramat Hasharon, Israel, for some 600 of the town’s seventh-graders. The ceremony took place atop the country’s mountaintop fortress of Masada.
A violinist sets the mood for a mass bar and bat mitzvah celebration organized by Chabad-Lubavitch of Ramat Hasharon, Israel, for some 600 of the town’s seventh-graders. The ceremony took place atop the country’s mountaintop fortress of Masada.

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