Paul Belitz, a New York podiatrist, arrived in Israel Friday with his son Yoel on a solidarity trip organized by the Jewish Orthodox Union. "These are our brothers and sisters and we want to be there for them," said Belitz, 43. On Friday, few passengers at Ben Gurion International were strictly tourists; most were in Israel for family, solidarity or religious travel. (Daniella Cheslow/MCT)
Paul Belitz, a New York podiatrist, arrived in Israel Friday with his son Yoel on a solidarity trip organized by the Jewish Orthodox Union. "These are our brothers and sisters and we want to be there for them," said Belitz, 43. On Friday, few passengers at Ben Gurion International were strictly tourists; most were in Israel for family, solidarity or religious travel. (Daniella Cheslow/MCT) MCT
Paul Belitz, a New York podiatrist, arrived in Israel Friday with his son Yoel on a solidarity trip organized by the Jewish Orthodox Union. "These are our brothers and sisters and we want to be there for them," said Belitz, 43. On Friday, few passengers at Ben Gurion International were strictly tourists; most were in Israel for family, solidarity or religious travel. (Daniella Cheslow/MCT) MCT

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