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        Jewish Burial Practices | Religion and Ethics Weekly

        The Jewish tradition of tahara, the washing and purifying of a dead body, is considered one of the greatest of all good deeds--mitzvot. Those who perform taharas are volunteer members of the burial society, chevra kadisha. Women attend to deceased women, men to men.

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