By Shelly Paz, June 6, 2008
Orthodox jews took to the streets of the Israeli capital on Monday to celebrate Jerusalem Day.
It has become a key event in the Israeli calendar and marks the moment that the city was reunited after the Six-Day War.
But it was one that past laregely without comment in London as few in the community had ever heard of it.
“The fact that I didn't know about it maybe means it should be a lot better publicised than it is, said Candice Joseph, 22, a research worker at the Institute of Psychiatry. "But now that I have been told what is it all about, it means a lot.”