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Ultra-Orthodox Jews wait for their slaughtered chickens to be cleaned-up, after performing a 'Kaparot' ceremony, in the ultra-orthodox Jewish city of Bnei Brak, near Tel Aviv, Israel. The participants in the Jewish ritual believe they transfer their past year's sins to the chicken, and perform it before the Day of Atonement ('Yom Kippur'), the holiest day in the Jewish calendar.