Monday: Day in photos - Israel

An ultra-Orthodox Jewish boy looks on as he stands next to sticks used when baking special matzo, a traditional handmade <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="EVFES00016940" title="Passover" href="/topic/religion-belief/judaism/passover-EVFES00016940.topic">Passover</a> unleavened bread, in a Jerusalem bakery. Jews are forbidden to eat leavened foodstuffs during the Passover holiday. The week-long festival commemorates the exodus of the ancient Hebrews from Egypt and begins in April.

( Bernat Armangue / Associated Press / April 6, 2009 )

An ultra-Orthodox Jewish boy looks on as he stands next to sticks used when baking special matzo, a traditional handmade Passover unleavened bread, in a Jerusalem bakery. Jews are forbidden to eat leavened foodstuffs during the Passover holiday. The week-long festival commemorates the exodus of the ancient Hebrews from Egypt and begins in April.

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