Livni at Western Wall: This 'holy place will remain under Israeli sovereignty forever.'

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December 21, 2014 17:38

 
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Tzipi Livni along with Chaim Herzog lit Hannuka candles Sunday night at the Western Wall. There, Livni spoke about the importance of the wall: "Israeli sovereignty here, in this place, in Jerusalem, is the expression of the historic connection between a nation and its country that was realized with the actualization of sovereignty over Jerusalem. This holy place, this historic place, this place to which we are connected to the depths of our souls, will remain under Israeli sovereignty forever."

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