Supporters of Israel from across the globe marched in Jerusalem, two days after UNESCO adopted a resolution that denied the historic Jewish connection to the city.

The annual event, held during the festival of Sukkot, takes place in the center of the Israeli capital, with heightened security.

People of diverse religious backgrounds from all over the world expressed love and support for the Jewish state.

A woman from Kenya – whose leadership did not vote against the anti-Semitic UNESCO resolution, but abstained – said that the people of Kenya love Israel.

Watch the jubilant crowds proclaiming their love for Israel and for its eternal capital of Jerusalem.

Sign the Declaration to Keep Jerusalem United

Jerusalem Must Remain the United Capital of Israel

I declare that Jerusalem is the eternal capital of the Jewish People and support all efforts to maintain and strengthen a united Jerusalem as the undivided capital of the State of Israel.

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