Yair Lapid, the media celebrity who recently announced his plans to enter politics, signaled on Facebook that he supported a united Jerusalem last Thursday.
“As a citizen, I can tell you Jerusalem is not just a place to me, but it’s my history and national ethos as well, and I think it belongs to the people of Israel and not to anyone else,” Lapid wrote.
Last month, Lapid also used Facebook to blast Kadima and Labor and dispel any speculation that he would join either party.
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