Livni at J'lem march: I attended to thank WWII veterans

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May 11, 2011 16:08

 
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Hundreds of Jewish World War II veterans marched in the streets of Jerusalem on Wednesday on the 66th anniversary of the Allied victory over Nazi Germany, and Opposition Leader Tzipi Livni was on hand to show her support.

"Today I attended the Jerusalem march not only as Opposition Leader but on behalf of the entire people of Israel, to tell them thank you," Livni said on her Facebook page following the event. "We know the struggle for the existence of Israel did not begin in 1948, but much before ... You and they were partners in this struggle."

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