Samaritans priest insert their skewered Passover sacrifices into the oven during the ritual of Sacrifice, part of a Samaritan Passover ceremony, in Mount Grizin, overlooking the West Bank town of Nablus, Tuesday May 1, 2007. Samaritans descended from the ancient Israelite tribes of Menashe and Efraim but broke away from mainstream Judaism 2,800 years ago. Today, the remaining 700 Samaritans, live in the Palestinian city of Nablus in the West Bank and the Israeli seaside town of Holon, south of Tel Aviv (image by Kobi Wolf)
Samaritans priest insert their skewered Passover sacrifices into the oven during the ritual of Sacrifice, part of a Samaritan Passover ceremony, in Mount Grizin, overlooking the West Bank town of Nablus, Tuesday May 1, 2007. Samaritans descended from the ancient Israelite tribes of Menashe and Efraim but broke away from mainstream Judaism 2,800 years ago. Today, the remaining 700 Samaritans, live in the Palestinian city of Nablus in the West Bank and the Israeli seaside town of Holon, south of Tel Aviv
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