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Photos: Tour by U.S. Ambassador to Israeli of Babylonian Jewish Heritage Center

Or-Yehuda, Israel
February 16, 2006

Mordechai Ben-Porat, director of the Babylonian Jewish Heritage Center, shows U.S. Ambassador to Israel Richard H. Jones and his wife Joan a copy of a 14th-century commentary on the Torah recently recovered from Iraq. The Ambassador viewed the book during a tour of the Babylonian Jewish Heritage Center in Or-Yehuda. U.S. Embassy Tel Aviv Photos by Matty Stern.

U.S. Ambassador to Israel views book during tour of Babylonian Jewish Heritage Center in Or-Yehuda, Israel. February 16, 2006. USEmbassy Tel Aviv photo.

U.S. Ambassador to Israel views book during tour of Babylonian Jewish Heritage Center in Or-Yehuda, Israel. February 16, 2006. USEmbassy Tel Aviv photo.

 


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