Watch: Pro-Israel display on streets of Miami for Hanukkah

Israeli-American businessman Joe Zevuloni leadsspecial pro-Israel event on streets of Miami during Hanukkah.

Arutz Sheva Staff ,

Pro-Israel convoy in Miami during Hannukkah
Pro-Israel convoy in Miami during Hannukkah
Joe Zevuloni

For the third year in a row, Israeli-American businessman Joe Zevuloni led a convoy of motorcycles, trucks, and cars bearing pro-Israel signs and slogans down the streets of Miami to mark the Hanukkah festival.

Speaking with Arutz Sheva, Zevuloni said the convoy was organized by Rabbi Chaim Slavaticki, head of the Fort Lauderdale-based Las Olas Chabad Jewish Center, and included members of the local ‘Rolling Thunder’ advocacy group, which has held mass motorcycle rides to demonstrate on behalf of veterans and the families of soldiers killed in action.

“This is my third year leading the convoy,” said Zevuloni. “I had a plane fly over the city with the slogan ‘Keep Hanukkah Great! Am Yisrael Chai!’”

Zevuloni said the convoy was organized both as a pro-Israel event, and to mark the holiday of Hanukkah.

It was ‘in honor of Hanukkah and for the glory of Israel, and to show the intensity of light with which the [Jewish] people were blessed."