Photo Friday: A Special Relationship and a Resilient Spirit

Tel Aviv city hall lit with American flag

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This week, the night sky of Tel Aviv was lit up with the colors of Israel’s greatest ally, the United States. The Tel Aviv city hall was illuminated in red, white, and blue to highlight the ongoing friendship between the two great nations, even as we both struggle with the current coronavirus pandemic.

The U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem shared the following heartening note about the Israeli showing of Old Glory:

Our two countries have long cherished a special relationship and share a resilient spirit. We will get through this together.

Shabbat shalom, friends.

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