A group of Israel supporters from East Asia came to visit Samaria on Jerusalem Day last week.
The group included dozens of supporters from Hong Kong and China, who came to learn about the struggles the Jewish pioneers face and see their homes up close.
During the tour, the group visited Esh Kodesh near Shilo, where Lev Haolam founder Nati Rom lives. There, participants heard about how the producers and business owners in Judea and Samaria fight against the boycott and BDS movements.
The participants were ecstatic to learn that the timing of their trip coincided with the historic anniversary of the liberation of Judea, Samaria, and Jerusalem. Many participants bought products from several businesses operating in Judea and Samaria.
Among the group were several businessman who expressed their desire to establish partnerships with producers in Judea and Samaria in order to support the Israeli economy and the Jewish pioneers against the boycott.
"Thank God, there is growth in the number of Israel supporters of all stripes who visit Judea and Samaria," attorney Nati Rom said. "We were pleased to host this group of Israel supporters from East Asia that came to visit specifically during the celebration of Jerusalem and the liberation of Judea and Samaria."
"They came to express their support for Israel and the pioneers in Judea and Samaria. Despite the boycotts and anti-Semitism, the support of the Jewish pioneers continues to increase.
"Many Israel supporters refuse to remain on the sidelines and specifically want to purchase products from Judea and Samaria in order to take an active part against the boycotters and harassers of Israel."