50 couples marry in Israel.

“This is the real answer against our enemy,” said one of Israel’s two chief rabbis, Yonah Metzger, who presided over the ceremony at the pier. “We send him the biggest bomb that we can after 50 grooms break their glasses. This is the real answer.” 

Each couple was allowed 100 guests. But with wedding-crashers, press and other interlopers
there were at least 6,000 people, organizers said.