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(photo credit: Seth J. Frantzman)
The humidity in the air was intense on a Thursday evening in Tel Aviv in late August. But that didn’t stop nearly 1,000 Israelis from across the country, whose lives were shattered by tragic loss over the past decade or so, from gathering in unity at the city’s Tahana complex.Greeting each other with warm hugs, this diverse mix of society was on hand in the presence of government ministers, MKs and other distinguished guests.
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