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Members of the Samaritan sect parade the Torah scroll as they take part in a pilgrimage for the holy day of the Tabernacles or Sukkot, in Mount Gerizim near the West Bank town of Nablus, October 13, 2008. The Samaritan religion is an ancient form of Judaism believing in the One God of Israel, and the Torah, the first five books of the Bible. The whole community numbers about 700 people, half at Mount Gerizim and the others in Holon near Tel Aviv in Israel. Picture taken using the slow shutter speed.[Xinhua/Reuters Photo]

(Xinhua News Agency October 14, 2008)

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