Hundreds hold prayer rally at Western Wall against peace talks

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January 30, 2014 17:20

 
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Hundreds of people from the national-religious movement held a mass prayer rally at the Western Wall on Thursday for Greater Israel and against Israeli-Palestinian peace talks.

Among those at the rally were Bayit Yehudi Minister Uri Ariel, Deputy Minister Eli Ben-Daham and MK Motti Yogev, as well as senior national religious leaders Rabbis Haim Druckman, Shmuel Eliyahu, and Dov Lior.

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