Netanyahu reaffirms commitment to Jerusalem, city of David

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
May 21, 2012 00:08

 
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu late Sunday promised never to abandon his commitment to Jerusalem.

Speaking at Merkaz Harav yeshiva on Jerusalem Day, Netanyahu said: "There are those who say that to guarantee our future we must divide Jerusalem. I say, to guarantee our future, I will make sure that Jerusalem remains our undivided capital."

Netanyahu added, "When I hear world leaders tell me not to build in Jerusalem I think of King David, who built this city before their nations existed."

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