In many parts of the world, being openly gay is still a challenge. But the visitors and others celebrating gay pride week in Tel Aviv were specifically invited to participate in the largest Friday night (Sabbath celebration) dinner in the world.  Organized by a coalition of private and public sector players, the event was meant to promote the city, traditional Sabbath celebration, engender fellowship between religious, secular, young, old, gay and straight people—and have fun doing it. Read more here. 

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