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"We want to reach peace through negotiations," Abbas told Prince William.
The Gestapo interrogated her and her daughters married Nazi officials, but the royal daughter hid a Jewish family and saved their lives during the Holocaust.
While there’s no doubt that the visit by Prince William is historic since it’s official, the truth of the matter is that British princes have been visiting Jerusalem for more than 150 years.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
On his way over to them, the prince made the effort to stop and talk to people watching and cheering from the sidelines before telling them to "enjoy the beach."
By TAMARA ZIEVE
“We must not forget the Holocaust – the murder of 6 million men, women and children, simply because they were Jewish.”
By HERB KEINON
After beginning his day at Yad Vashem and meeting with President Rivlin and Prime Minister Netanyahu, William has arrived in Ramat Gan to speak at the embassy.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,HERB KEINON
The trip is being widely characterized as William’s most high-profile and politically sensitive trip yet.
By HERB KEINON,TOVAH LAZAROFF
British officials have stressed in the run-up to the visit that William is an apolitical figure, and that he will not be carrying any political message.
"We hope that he will address the honorable connection between the history of the Holocaust and the courageous actions of his great-grandmother in his written remarks in the Yad Vashem guest book"
By IRIS GEORLETTE/MAARIV,HAGAY HACOHEN
To His Royal Highness the Duke of Cambridge.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
What brought the 36-year-old Duke of Cambridge, the second in line to the British throne, to Israel now, I was asked by fellow journalists.
By LIAT COLLINS
While Prince William will get to view the Holy Land for only a few days, his family’s legacy will be instilled here forever.
By MIKE EVANS
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