Several members of an anti-Zionist Jewish sect have spent the Jewish Sabbath in Gaza with some of Israel's most bitter enemies, the Islamic group Hamas.
Yisroel Dovid Weiss, a leader of the radical Neturei Karta, said Saturday that his group was in Gaza to show support for the Palestinian people.
NK member praying with children in Gaza (Photo: AP)
The sect decries Israel's existence because they believe Jews must live in exile without a country of their own until the coming of the Messiah.
Neturei Karta traditionally supports Israel's enemies - most notably Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, whom members hugged at a Holocaust denial conference in 2006.
They are estimated to have up to a few thousand followers and are mostly shunned by mainstream Judaism.