Why Do Jewish Men Have Ringlets?

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The ringlets are actually called Peyote and are traditionally seen in Chassidic sects of Judaism. Nahant Bitten, an ultra-Orthodox Jew from the Mea Shea rim neighbourhood of Jerusalem, dances along to Muslim 'Gangue' music during a pilgrimage to the tomb of a famous rabbi in the Moroccan town of Safi on Sunday, July 6, 2008. Like Bitten, most of the worshippers attending the pilgrimage, or Hillel, were Jews of Moroccan descent who keeps strong ties to the country.
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