After Paris attack, US Embassy in Israel shows support for Yugoslavia

While much of the world is expressing solidarity with France, the US Embassy in Tel Aviv is apparently feeling love for pre-World War II Yugoslavia.

Journalist Yuval Ben-Ami posts on Facebook a picture of the embassy with either a flag from Yugoslavia before a star was added to it in 1943, or a sideways French flag, over an entrance.

Yugoslavia ceased to be a state in 1992.

It could also be an upside-down Dutch flag.

Posted by Yuval Ben-Ami on Tuesday, November 17, 2015

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