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On Wednesday, the largest Jewish wedding in the history of the Persian Gulf took place in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates, with 1,500 invited guests.
Rabbi Levy Duchman, the first rabbi to serve in the UAE, combined his wedding with the celebration of the second anniversary of the Abraham Accords, which were officially signed in Washington on September 15.
Under the auspices of these agreements, Israel normalized relations with four Arab countries: the UAE, Bahrain, Morocco and Sudan.
The guests of the holiday admired the changes that have taken place over the past two years since the signing of the agreements. They noted that such a ceremony would not have been possible just three years ago.
“The Abraham Accords have brought many miracles,” said Emirati engineer Saud Sager, standing outside before the ceremony began.
< br /> “The Abraham Accords are a miracle, and hosting this wedding with a thousand people from different walks of life and different religions is one of those miracles,” said Sager.
— وكالة شهاب للأنباء (@ShehabAgency) September 15, 2022
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