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One of the highest honors at a brit milah (Jewish circumcision) is holding the baby on one’s lap
Every week, for the 25 hours beginning just before sundown on Friday until after night has fallen on Saturday night, Jewish people celebrate Shabbat, a period of rest and spiritual rejuvenation.
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