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Thousands of chickens die needless deaths every year before Yom Kippur through a religious custom called "kaparot or kaparos", which means "atonement" for their actions. This custom involves an individual swinging a live chicken over their head three times. To make matters worse, the chickens are kept in very crowded and cramped cages nearby before the religious ceremony takes place.…
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