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Groom Undaunted by Deep Cut Breaking Glass
A wedding in Tel Aviv was marred on Sunday, as the Jewish tradition of breaking a glass under the chuppah (wedding canopy), in memory of the destruction of the First and Second Temples, left the groom with a deep cut in his foot.