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July 06, 2012 
Esther Kreus (L), 13, brushes her brother's side-locks during their family's preparations for the Jewish... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
Esther Kreus twirls her brother's sidelocks during their family's preparations for the Jewish Sabbath... 
Esther Kreus (L), 13, brushes her brother's side-locks during their family's preparations for the Jewish Sabbath in Jerusalem's Mea Shearim neighbourhood June 29, 2012. The Kreus family are a member of Neturei Karta, a fringe ultra-Orthodox movement within the anti-Zionist bloc. The ultra-Orthodox Jews have gone from being a tiny minority in Israel's mostly secular society to its fastest-growing sector, now about 10 percent of the 7.8 million population. They are exempt from military duty in Israel but draft deferments and state subsidies for the ultra-Orthodox have become a divisive political issue in Israel, where the government must decide a new law by August to ensure more of them do military service. Picture taken June 29, 2012. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: RELIGION POLITICS SOCIETY MILITARY) 
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