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'Fifth Quarter' Judaica store in Jerusalem's Old City sells new line of kippot made of exotic animal skins, such as alligator and python, priced at thousands of shekels; ‘People wearing Gucci suits will want high-end kippah to go with it,’ says store's owner.
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