Photo: 27 Mar 2005, JERUSALEM, Israel --- Ultra-Orthodox Hasidic Jews, members of a devout Jewish sect, gesture merrily after drinking during the celebrate of the Jewish Purim holiday at a synagogue in the Mea Shearim neighborhood in Jerusalem, March 27, 2005. Purim is a carnival-like celebration which commemorates the deliverance of the Persian Jews from a general massacre.    --- Image by © Gil Cohen Magen/Reuters/Corbis
Photo: 12 Mar 1998 --- ISRAEL: CARNIVAL FOR THE FESTIVAL OF PURIM --- Image by © GYORI ANTOINE/CORBIS SYGMA
Photo: April 1995, Jerusalem, Israel --- Two boys dress up and smoke cigarettes on Purim, when people dress up and celebrate the rescue of Persian Jews by Queen Esther. Mea She'arim is a strictly religious Jewish district. --- Image by © Annie Griffiths Belt/CORBIS
Photo: 27 Mar 2005, London, England, United Kingdom --- During the Jewish festival of Purim a group of Orthodox Jewish boys from the Viznitz Yeshiva (school) in fancy dress celebrate the festival with a feast. The evening quickly moves onto dancing on the tables that sends food flying everywhere. The school boys drink large amounts of alcohol throughout the day and night. --- Image by © Andy Aitchison/Corbis
Photo: 05 Mar 2007, JERUSALEM, Israel --- Jewish ultra orthodox celebrate during the Jewish holiday of Purim at the street in Beney Brak, near Tel Aviv.  Purim is a celebration of the Jew's salvation from genocide in ancient Persia.   --- Image by © PAVEL WOLBERG/epa/Corbis
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April 1995, Jerusalem, Israel --- Two boys dress up and smoke cigarettes on Purim, when people dress up and celebrate the rescue of Persian Jews by Queen Esther. Mea She'arim is a strictly religious Jewish district. --- Image by © Annie Griffiths Belt/CORBIS
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