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April 17, 2008 
An Ultra-Orthodox Jewish family searches for the last remains of leavened bread by candle light as part... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
An Ultra-Orthodox Jewish family searches for the last remains of leavened bread by candle light in their... 
An Ultra-Orthodox Jewish family searches for the last remains of leavened bread by candle light as part of preparations for the festival of Passover, in their house in Jerusalem April 17, 2008. Jews believe their ancestors, in fleeing Egyptian bondage, did not have time to prepare leavened break. At Passover, only unleavened matza bread is eaten and especially devout Jews go as far as to "cleanse" their homes of any trace of leaven. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM) 
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