How are you celebrating Yom Ha'atzmaut?

Whether it's a day spent in the park having a barbecue with family or a night enjoying one of the many street parties, we want your pictures!

May 9, 2011 20:13
Israeli flags fly

Israeli flags 311. (photo credit: Marc Israel Sellem)


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Yom Ha'atzmaut is a day of celebration for Israelis and Jews around the world. As Israel celebrates its 63rd birthday, parties and ceremonies mark this joyous occasion.

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