Argentinian star Lali Espósito in Israel to receive Friend of Zion award

"This is my eighth time visiting Israel, and the Friends of Zion Museum was my most moving experience out of all the sights," said Esposito.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
May 5, 2016 06:13
Argentinian singer and actress Mariana "Lali" Espósito receives the Friend of Zion Friendship award

Argentinian singer and actress Mariana "Lali" Espósito receives the Friend of Zion Friendship award from Ilan Scolnik. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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Popular Argentinian singer and actress Mariana "Lali" Espósito, one of the most famous Latin American performers for her leading roles in smash TV shows "Esperanza Mía" and "Casi Ángeles," recently visited Jerusalem after performing in Tel Aviv.

On a visit to the Friends Of Zion Museum, she received the Friend of Zion Friendship award from Ilan Scolnik director of marketing and sale friends of the museum.

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"This is my eighth time visiting Israel, and the Friends of Zion Museum was my most moving experience out of all the sights," said Esposito.

The museum opened last September as a bridge, connecting people from around the world and motivating more communities to come out in support of Israel.

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