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Christians of the world flock to Bethlehem to celebrate Christmas.
Christian pilgrims take photos of the star that marks the site where tradition believes Jesus Christ was born in the grotto in the Church of Nativity, in the biblical town of Bethlehem, West Bank, December 23, 2013. Christians of the world are expected to flock to Bethlehem to celebrate Christmas on December 25. UPI/Debbie Hill
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A Palestinian carves a baby Jesus out of olivewood in a workshop near the Church of Nativity, in the biblical town of Bethlehem, West Bank, December 23, 2013. Christians of the world are expected to flock to Bethlehem to celebrate Christmas on December 25. UPI/Debbie Hill
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A girl looks at a dancing Santa Claus outside a tourist shop near the Church of Nativity, traditionally believed to be the site where Jesus Christ was born, in the biblical town of Bethlehem, West Bank, December 23, 2013. Christians of the world are expected to flock to Bethlehem to celebrate Christmas on December 25. UPI/Debbie Hill
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Palestinian Christian Issa Kassissieh, dressed in a Santa Claus costume, jumps while carrying a small Christmas tree on top of the wall of the Old City of Jerusalem, Israel, December 22, 2013. The Jerusalem Municipality distributed small Christmas trees to Christian residents of the city for the Christmas holiday. UPI/Debbie Hill
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A Christian pilgrim kneels to pray in the grotto in the Church of Nativity, traditionally believed to be the site where Jesus Christ was born, in the biblical town of Bethlehem, West Bank, December 23, 2013. Christians of the world are expected to flock to Bethlehem to celebrate Christmas on December 25. UPI/Debbie Hill
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Christian pilgrims wait to pray in the grotto in the Church of Nativity, traditionally believed to be the site where Jesus Christ was born, in the biblical town of Bethlehem, West Bank, December 23, 2013. Christians of the world are expected to flock to Bethlehem to celebrate Christmas on December 25. UPI/Debbie Hill
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A Christian kneels to touch the star that marks the site where is tradition believes that Jesus Christ was born in the grotto in the Church of Nativity, in the biblical town of Bethlehem, West Bank, December 23, 2013. Christians of the world are expected to flock to Bethlehem to celebrate Christmas on December 25. UPI/Debbie Hill
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