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Ultra-Orthodox Jewish men and children pray during a 'Tashlich' ritual along the Mediterranean Sea in Herzliya, central Israel. 'Tashlich' ('to cast away') is a Jewish practice by which believers go to a flowing body of water and symbolically 'throw away' their sins, before the Day of Atonement ('Yom Kippur'), the holiest day in the Jewish calendar.