As Irene Zohar wove through a crowd of more than 500, she stopped along the way to accept hugs from people she didn’t know, but considered family.
“No matter where we are, we’ll always be united. And that’s what I love about my religion and my people. No matter where we are, even if we don’t know each other, we’re all family,” the 22-year-old Coastal Carolina student said, clutching a bouquet of flowers.
A dual citizen of Israel and the United States, Zohar’s cousin Itay Glisko was killed Oct. 8 in an attack launched by Hamas.Glisko, 20, was eight months away […]
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