In chapter 4 of his pictorial tour of the replicas of 770, Dovber Hechtman photographed the replica of 770 in the town of Sderot, with its unique Chanuka menorah made from the remains of 8 Kassam rockets.
Photos: Dovber Hechtman/Anash.org
In chapter 4 of his pictorial tour of the replicas of 770 in Eretz Yisroel, Dovber Hechtman photographed the replica of 770 in the town of Sderot, near the Gaza Strip.
Standing outside the Chabad House is a Chanuka menorah with its eight branches made from the remains of eight Kassam rockets. An intercepting Tamir missile from the Iron Dome system fills the spot of the shamash.
– Kfar Chabad
– Ramat Shlomo, Yerushalayim
– Pisgat Ze’ev, Yerushalayim
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