Amid criticism PM says he'll continue building in J'lem

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December 18, 2012 19:34

 
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Amid growing international criticism, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said on Tuesday that he will continue building in Jerusalem.

Speaking during a visit in the Acre hesder yeshiva, Netanyahu called on all Zionist parties to support building in the capital.

"Jerusalem is the eternal capital of Israel and the source of Zionism in Zion. I cannot understand how a Zionist party can object to building in Jerusalem," he said.

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