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Grapevine: On parade

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The Jerusalem parade, originally named Adloyada, was renamed United Purim after objections were raised by families of hostages. The event, though smaller than usual, still attracted a large number of spectators and participants. The attendance figure was estimated to be around 30,000. While some protesters expressed displeasure at the festive event being held while hostages remained captive, Jerusalem Mayor Moshe Lion defended the parade as a way to bring happiness to evacuee children. In other news, Cochav Elkayam-Levy, a legal expert from the Hebrew University, has been named among the recipients of the Israel Prize for her work in raising awareness about the crimes committed by Hamas against Israeli women, children, men, and families.

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