Guliani's lesson

Seventeen years after the worst terrorist atrocity in history, Giuliani’s message of solidarity with Israel is worth recording.

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September 25, 2018 09:41
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Rudy Guliani talks to OneFamily

Rudy Guliani talks to OneFamily. (photo credit: MEIR PAVLOVSKY)

 
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Rudy Giuliani, the legendary mayor of New York at the time of Al-Qaeda’s 9/11 assault on the US that claimed almost 3,000 lives, visited Israel in June and addressed a gathering at the OneFamily Center in Jerusalem. Seventeen years after the worst terrorist atrocity in history, Giuliani’s message of solidarity with Israel is worth recording.

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