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"No person has superiority over another person": Ran Denkar in a statement hours before the demonstration Israel today


The singer went for a walk in the wild nature of the Holy Land with his family, and even before he returned home, insights were gathered in his head which he chose to share in real time with his followers on the web

A few hours before another night of tumultuous demonstrations, Ran Denkar was inspired by the Israeli nature and called on surfers last night (Saturday) on his Instagram account, which has 199 thousand followers, to unite.

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"I'm walking in the wild and pondering thoughts to myself," Danker wrote on the background of a photo of him smiling with a flower in his mouth.

"I remind myself that nature was here before me and nature will be here after me, only nature has a wonderful balance, and without making a fuss, it just knows," he added.

"Nature has everything: wisdom and heart, and it is full of mystery, things we will probably never know," he claimed.

"So in days of harsh division between us, I try to remind myself how small we are and at the same time we are one with this wonderful thing," he emphasized what is important to him.

He later expressed hope for change.

"I wish we would learn from nature equality and unity, and also the contrasts, but modestly. No person has and will not have superiority over another person," he ruled firmly in his reference to the concerns of the LGBT people about harming their rights. "This is a miserable illusion," he stated. "Let us unite against what Equality does not serve, let's unite for a diverse and strong society, which goes forward and not backward, and gives an equal place to everyone", he called to the readers of his lines.

Ran Denker, photo: Gerard Alon

"I believe there is no one who disagrees with me that every male and female citizen deserves equal rights, without maybes or buts or roughly. Equal," he estimated.

"It will do us so much good!", he predicted enthusiastically.

"Going back to travel with my beautiful and equal family. Go see how beautiful it is here, and you will understand the value of keeping our color layered and mixed as only nature knows," he offered for a second before returning to his relatives.

Ran Denker, photo: Daniel Kaminsky

Hours later, when Danker returned to Tel Aviv, he noticed a rainbow in the sky of the great city.

"Wow, the colors of the rainbow," he enthused.

"I told you that nature is stronger than everything. The colors of pride are everywhere. Be proud of who you are wherever you are," he said.

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Source: israelhayom

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