Moments before they returned to Montreal, Canada, Arutz Sheva spoke with one family about their decision to fly to Israel in order to see Sara Litman marry her new husband, Ariel Beigel.
Everyone in the Biche family expressed their happiness at being able to take part in the momentous occasion, even though it meant flying across the world for only a few days.
"It was out of this world. So many young people. So many people that I know from Hillel back home, from my camp back home," father Jeff said.
"It's almost an easy decision, even though it was a hard decision. It's an easy way for us to show a little support that we can for people we love and for a country that we love and that we always call home, even if we don't live here."
"The whole Jewish people is one big mishpaha [family], and we came to a family wedding. That's how we look at it.
Sara Litman's father and brother were both murdered by terrorists shortly before her wedding. The young couple refused to be held back by terror and not only held her wedding, but also invited all of the Jewish people to take part in the celebration.