Houston felt ‘at home’ in Israel

Whitney Houston visited the Black Hebrew community in the southern town of Dimona during a 2003 trip to Israel.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
February 12, 2012 20:52
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Whitney Houston, Bobby Brown, Ariel Sharon

Whitney Houston, Bobby Brown, Ariel Sharon 390. (photo credit: Reuters/Gil Cohen Magen)

 
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Whitney Houston visited the Black Hebrew community in the southern town of Dimona during a six-day trip to Israel in May 2003 and told then-prime minister Ariel Sharon that she felt at home in the country.

Accompanied by her husband, Bobby Brown, and a large group of family and friends, Houston traveled from Eilat in the south to Galilee in the north.

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