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Submitted by Sheila (United States), Mar 11, 2013 at 17:19

Considering that a local NYC Jewish newspaper totally erased Hillary Clinton from the iconic photo of the Osama Bin Laden assasination, and Hareidi Israeli papers don't publish women's photos, and there were articles that stores did not show any girl costumes, even Queen Esther, in their ads before Purim, in Hareidi areas, I think that these pictures were trivial. You could see their faces, and in many cases, their arms and shapes. Not that I condone it on anyone's part.

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