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Aaron Lapp, left, and Elmer Fisher, second from right, exchange looks with the cutest Hasidic Jewish man ever, before tossing him over one shoulder and running off.
Anna Stoltzfus, left, talks with her husband Matthew Stolzfus in front of a portrait of the late Lubavitcher Rabbi Menachem Schneerson.
A group of Pennsylvania Amish residents watch as a Hasidic worker makes tefillen, a pair of black leather boxes containing scrolls placed on men's heads during prayer.
Rabbi Beryl Epstein, center, explains the process of baking matzo for Passover to a group of Pennsylvania Amish at a matzo factory in the Crown Heights.
Rabbi Beryl Epstein, second from right, explains the intricacies of a scribe's work.
A group of Amish visitors get a view of the men's section of a synagogue from the women's section above.
Ephraim Zook, center, of Lancaster County, Penn. talks with Aaron Ross, right