Scooter Braun Visited Israel

After the Visit to Gaza Strip Envelope: the Hollywood Producer Arrived at the Western Wall

The Jewish Hollywood producer Scooter Braun arrived in Israel last week for a visit of solidarity and close support, and did not forget to visit the Western Wall as well.

(Courtesy: Itzik Ohana 'Kikar HaShabbat' and 'The Rebbetzin of Instagram')

Scooter Braun, the Hollywood producer who discovered Justin Bieber, is an American Jew who expressed great support for Israel on social media. Last week he came to Israel for a visit of support and solidarity, and after visiting the Gaza Strip Envelope, the headquarters of the families of the abductees and arriving at the hospitals to meet the wounded, this morning Braun arrived at the Western Wall.

(Courtesy: Itzik Ohana 'Kikar HaShabbat' and 'The Rebbetzin of Instagram')

Braun is known in the world music industry as the manager of some of the world's most famous artists, including Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, Demi Lovato and more. On his active Instagram page, he documented for his 3.8 million followers the atrocities in Kfar Aza and Be'eri, and wrote that he came to see it for himself: "I am deeply glad I came," he wrote in a post on Instagram, but made it clear that this is not a political trip: "This is not a political trip. This is about humanity and support for those innocent lost on October 7th and the hostages still missing."

Braun also referred to the negative reactions he received upon his arrival in Israel, and wrote: "And for those of you that hate me for coming… I would come again and again, and you guessed it… again. Am Yisrael Chai!"

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Welcome to Israel, Scooter! Stay longer and come again.
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