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Great Neck delegation raises Hanukkah Menorah over Shiloh Valley

The delegation joined local youth to raise the menorah over the Shilo Valley, "as a testament that the Jewish people will not give up on their heritage, history and ancestral lands."

A delegation from Great Neck, N.Y., joins local youth to raise a large Chanukah menorah over the Shiloh Valley in Israel on Dec. 9, 2022. Credit: Courtesy of the Heartland Initiative.
A delegation from Great Neck, N.Y., joins local youth to raise a large Chanukah menorah over the Shiloh Valley in Israel on Dec. 9, 2022. Credit: Courtesy of the Heartland Initiative.

A delegation from Great Neck, NY, led by Mayor Pedram Bral joined youth from the community of Eli in Samaria, to raise a large Hanukkah menorah over the Shiloh Valley.

The site where the Menorah was raised is an area that local youth are attempting to develop into a new community that would become an extension of the Eli community.

The delegation joined the youth to raise the menorah over the Shilo Valley, “as a testament that the Jewish people will not give up on their heritage, history and ancestral lands.”

The delegation was organized and facilitated by the Heartland Initiative.

A delegation from Great Neck, NY joins local youth to raise a large Hanukkah menorah over the Shiloh valley, on December 9, 2022. Photo courtesy of the Heartland Initiative.
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