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French Honor

French in Jerusalem Theater

Photo Credit: Hadas Parush/Flash90

The Jerusalem Theater was packed full of French Olim on Sunday, there to celebrate and honor other French Olim who served in the IDF and fought and participated in Operation Protective Edge.

c’est un honneur

French IDF Soldiers

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