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July 29, 2015 / 13 Av, 5775
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Dead Sea Newlyweds

Dead Sea Newlyweds

Photo Credit: Ariel Ravinsky/Flash 90.

A bride and groom covered in Dead Sea mud and wearing king and queen crowns on their head, get a wedding picture taken as they go into the Dead Sea water.

I have no idea why.

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25 Responses to “Dead Sea Newlyweds”

  1. Joshua Namm says:

    I don’t know why either, but I love being Jewish and for some reason, this picture of this chasson and kallah re-enforce that!

  2. So the dignity and sanctity of marriage boils down to a mud bath?

  3. Lolly Rios says:

    Different strokes for different folks?

  4. Nothing wrong, how ever in my eyes it has nothing to do with Gods blessing. It is a wish done both together. Time to change clothes and send them to Laundry.

  5. Because it’s there.

  6. Strange… must be prophetic! <3

  7. WHY NOT ? IT’S THEIR CHOICE AFTER ALL…… ISN’T IT ???

  8. I love this photo! Maybe they met there.

  9. I love this photo! Maybe they met there.

  10. Roman Druker says:

    Why not wear nothing ?

  11. Because they want to be seen dressed in Black instead of White. White is a sign of Purity, for their strokes were more about Folkings

  12. Going Biblical but in a G rated way!

  13. I need jewish friends aww could someone add me up please

  14. THEY COME IN ALL SIZES AND SHAPES…..

  15. If that’s what floats your boat ……………

  16. Love their sense of humor!

  17. Waw this is cool nice one good luck lol

  18. I'd prefer it to jumping out of an airplane!
    The Dead Sea is spectacular.

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