1,400 flags representing victims of Hamas massacre in Beverly Hills display

City mayor says display is to remains open for a month, invites public to reflect on the people, 'the mothers, fathers, the children, the daughters who were lost, citizens of the world who were massacred that day'

1,400 flag display in Beverly Hills

A field of 1,400 flags from Israel as well as the flags of 30 other nations were planted in the ground in Beverley Hills in a display commemorating the victims of the October 7 massacre perpetrated by Hamas on Southern Israel.
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The display will be open for a month and is the initiative of the Israeli consulate in Los Angeles, the Beverly Hills City Council, and entrepreneur Dovi Frances, and is the first of its kind in the world. It is meant to show solidarity with the victims of the atrocities and highlight the unwavering support of the United States for Israel.
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Beverly Hills hosts display of 1,400 flags commemorating the victims of the Hamas October 7 massacre
Beverly Hills hosts display of 1,400 flags commemorating the victims of the Hamas October 7 massacre
Beverly Hills hosts display of 1,400 flags commemorating the victims of the Hamas October 7 massacre
Israel Bachar, Consul General to the Pacific Southwest said each flag represents the nationality of a victim, showing that the Oct. 7 terror attack was a global tragedy." We come together to remember their names, to remember their roots, and to proclaim that they will not have died in vain,” he said. “We must remain resolved to repair the universe of the Jewish people and the Jewish state and bring the remaining hostages homeץ"
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Display of 1,400 flags commemorating victims of Hamas massacre, on display in Beverly Hills
Display of 1,400 flags commemorating victims of Hamas massacre, on display in Beverly Hills
Display of 1,400 flags commemorating victims of Hamas massacre, on display in Beverly Hills
“We invite the public … to walk through this field of flags, this field of souls,” Mayor Dr. Julian Gold said. “Reflect on the people, the mothers, fathers, the children, the daughters who were lost, citizens of the world who were massacred that day.”
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