After Threats, Organizers Keep Location of Joint Israeli-Palestinian Memorial Event Secret

For the second year, the alternative Memorial Day ceremony on Tuesday will be broadcast online with only a small crowd attending physically

Ran Shimoni
Ran Shimoni
Ran Shimoni
Ran Shimoni

After years in which the ceremony was held before an audience of thousands, this year marks the second time the joint Israeli-Palestinian Memorial Ceremony – held on the eve of Israel’s official Memorial Day for fallen soldiers and victims of terror – was broadcasted on social media, and attended by a small crowd of 200.

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