“Thank you to our brothers who stand with us in times of need”

“Thank you to our brothers who stand with us in times of need”

Since the outbreak of the “Iron Swords” war, Diaspora Jewry mobilized in full force and stood by the State of Israel in support rallies, raising huge sums of money, aid to the Israeli home front and echoing the voices of the victims of the massacre in the world – all while having to deal with waves of hatred and anti-Semitism at record-breaking levels.

Last night, the Ministry of Diaspora and the Fight against Anti-Semitism, led by Minister Amichai Shikli, saluted them at a special recognition event.

The event included performances by leading artists in Israel, including Noa Kirel, Amir Dadon and Michal Gringlick, the sister of the late Shauli Gringlick, and directed by the actor Yadin Gelman who was wounded in the fighting on Kibbutz Bari on October 7th, who brought their voices to the stage and will perform for evacuees, new immigrants, children Diaspora youth and influencers who mobilized for Israeli advocacy.

During the event, the Minister of the Diaspora and the Fight against Anti-Semitism, Amichai Shikli, awarded tokens of appreciation to a number of prominent figures for their actions and work in recent months for the State of Israel and the Jewish people, including the actor and comedian Michael Rapaport, the singer Matsyaho, Aviva Klumps, a former speech writer for the Israeli delegation to the UN, and Stefan Thompson, founder of the X account “Vishgrad 24” which promotes a pro-Israeli narrative.

Minister Amichai Shikli: “Many of the Diaspora Jews mobilized for us in this war on a scale not seen here for years, endless support rallies, billions raised for aid and a series of leaders who fight for our people day by day hour by hour. This event is for one purpose: to tell our brothers in the world that they stand with us in times of need – Thanks”.

The event took place last night in the nation's buildings in Jerusalem and was broadcast to Jewish communities around the world.

Photo: Matan Harush Midnight Infinity
An event honoring Diaspora Jewry
Photo: Matan Harush Midnight Infinity
An event honoring Diaspora Jewry
Photo: Matan Harush Midnight Infinity
An event honoring Diaspora Jewry
Photo: Matan Harush Midnight Infinity

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