My photos from yesterday’s march in Jerusalem by thousands of Christian friends of Israel

H/T Annemarie

In Jerusalem you never know what you’ll come across on any given day.

Yesterday, while I was strolling in the city center, thousands of pro-Israel Christians were marching in a passionate – and, at times, raucous – show of support for the Jewish state.  

The annual pro-Israel Sukkot (Feast of the Tabernacles) march – and week-long conference – is organized by the International Christian Embassy of Jerusalem, and, this year, drew around 6,000 Christian friends of Israel, representing over 100 countries, to Jerusalem.

Many of the marchers were waving Israeli flags, some sang Shalom Aleichem, while others loudly chanted ‘Am Yisrael Chai’ (The people of Israel live).

Here are some of the photos I took during the last hour of the demonstration.


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