Samaritan village of Kyriat Luza. Nablus, West Bank, Palestinian territories.
Women and babies are waiting for the men outside the synagogue during the last pray that celebrates the end of Sukkot religious festival. Most of women got a chance to get close to the Abisha Scroll, an early manuscript (written between 12th and 14th century) of the Samaritan Pentateuch (a version of the first five books of the Old Testament). It is traditionally believed to have been written by Abishua, the great-grandson of Aaron. Modern scholarship, however, dates the manuscript to between the 12th and 14th centuries.