Two rabbis of the Jewish Neturei Karta movement, a group of Jews opposed to the existence of Israel, toured the southern Lebanese port city of Sidon, Lebanese television reported on Monday.
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Residents of the southern city looked surprised to see the two U.S. members of Neturei Karta touring the old city and the site of a former synagogue.
The two rabbis were wearing Palestinian headscarves and carried signs reading, "I am a Jew, not a Zionist."
Judaism is one of the 18 religious sects officially recognized in Lebanon. Some Jewish families still live in Beirut, where they keep a low profile.
The two rabbis said that they were invited by Palestinian factions along with other Arab and foreign activists.