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Wishing You a Blessed Passover

Yad Vashem

In this photo from Yad Vashem, Israel’s Holocaust memorial, two Jewish girls in Austria celebrate Passover after the horrors of World War II have ended by eating matzah, the traditional unleavened bread that symbolizes the biblical Exodus of the Jewish people.

With Passover continuing this week, we’re suspending activity for April 9 and 10. We’ll be back on Monday, April 13. If any critical developments related to Israel come up in the meantime we will post them on the Stand for Israel blog. We wish our Jewish friends a joyous Passover. Thank you for always standing for Israel!

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