Where asylum-seekers go to tie the knot
Ramat Gan’s National Park has turned into a popular wedding venue for migrants but between the great music and colorful suits, racism also raises its ugly head.
For some reason the community of Eritrean asylum seekers in Israel has turned the National Park in Ramat Gan into an indispensable wedding venue. Last Saturday, between 5 P.M. and 7 P.M., five wedding parties arrived - each of which comprised of at least 50 people in incredibly beautiful, colorful traditional Eritrean ceremonial clothing. They danced and strutted, and played music on the...
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