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What's It Like to Be a Christian in Israel?

With anti-Semitism rampant in Europe, a Jewish man recently showed how unsettling it is to walk the streets of Paris as a Jew.

Living freely as a Christian in Israel, Father Gabriel Naddaf – whose projects The Fellowship supports, and who Stand for Israel has long championed – wanted to show how well religious minorities are treated by their fellow Israelis, so he asked a friend to wear a cross through the streets of Haifa. Watch the video to see what happened!

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