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Orthodox Jewish Groups launch Israel Police Unity Tour in Brooklyn, NY

A powerful and emotional evening brought together various Jewish organizations, retired NYPD officers, and community leaders to honor and show appreciation for the dedication and hard work of the Israel Police. The Universal Jewish Police Association, Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce, Rabbinical Alliance of America, along with retired NYPD officers and community leaders, came together to host a reception in honor of their Israeli counterparts.

 

At the event, Israel's Chief Border Guard Superintendent Yoni Zeitak and his team were recognized for their service and commitment to protecting and serving the people of Israel. The organizations present, such as the Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce, expressed their gratitude and appreciation for the work of the Israel Police in ensuring the safety and security of the country and its citizens. The event was a way to show support and solidarity with the Israeli police officers who put their lives on the line every day to protect their communities.

 

Retired NYPD officer Louis Demarco, who was shot in the line of duty, presented the flag to the Israel Police in a moving tribute. His presence at the event served as a reminder of the risks and sacrifices that law enforcement officers make in the line of duty, both in the United States and in Israel. It was a touching moment that highlighted the bond and solidarity between police officers, regardless of where they serve.

In his opening remarks, Rabbi Tzvi Berkowitz expressed his gratitude for the opportunity to host such distinguished guests and to show his appreciation for the Israel Police. Mendy Mirocznik and Duvi Honig echoed his sentiments, emphasizing the Orthodox Jewish Community’s continuous support for Israel’s Security efforts, Highlighting the importance of unity and collaboration in supporting law enforcement officers around the world. The event was a powerful reminder of the impact that community support can have on those who serve and protect.

The reception was held at the Sephardic Lebanese Synagogue, a fitting location for an event that brought together members of the Jewish community to honor and support the Israel Police. The synagogue provided a warm and welcoming atmosphere for the event, allowing attendees to come together in unity and solidarity with their Israeli counterparts. The event was made possible by the sponsorship of Chop A Nosh restaurant, a local establishment in Brooklyn, NY. Their support and generosity helped make the event a success and allowed for a meaningful and memorable evening.

 

The launch of the Israel Police Unity Tour was a testament to the strong bonds that exist between the Jewish community and law enforcement officers in both Israel and the United States. The collaboration between the Universal Jewish Police Association, Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce, Rabbinical Alliance of America, retired NYPD officers, and community leaders demonstrated the importance of standing together and supporting those who put their lives on the line to protect others.

The launch of the Israel Police Unity Tour in Brooklyn, NY was a meaningful and impactful event that brought together members of the Jewish community, retired NYPD officers, and community leaders to show their support and appreciation for the Israel Police. The event was a powerful display of solidarity and unity, highlighting the importance of coming together to honor and recognize the sacrifices and hard work of law enforcement officers. It was a night filled with emotion, gratitude, and a shared commitment to standing together in support of those who protect and serve.