Dozens of Stars of David decorate border with Lebanon

By GIL STERN STERN SHEFLER
September 6, 2012 18:20

 
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Visitors to the Lebanese side of the border with Israel at Rosh Hanikra will have something new to look at this week other than the white cliffs and azure Mediterranean sea.

A group of Hungarian and American Jews taking part in a leadership seminar in the Western Galilee has hung dozens Stars of David made of cloth on the fence with Israel's northern neighbor.

The initiative was part of the project  Patnership2gether organized by the Jewish Agency for Israel that brings Jews from the Diaspora on stays in Israel where they volunteer and educate young children.

The stars were made to express solidarity with Israel.

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