TENS OF THOUSANDS FLOCK TO UMAN FOR ANNUAL BRESLOV PILGRIMAGE TO CELEBRATE ROSH HASHANA

This year an estimated 37,000 Jews from Israel and around the world have boarded planes to head to the site so far.

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