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‘“Rejoice with Jerusalem, and be glad with her, all you who love her,’ Happy Jerusalem Day.’”
Trump's visit comes on the week Israel is celebrating 50 years since the liberation of Jerusalem from Jordanian occupation.
'I am so grateful to President Trump for giving me ... the unequivocal and unambiguous mandate to support the State of Israel in every way, and in all ways.'
Between 1941 and 1945, an estimated 950,000 Jewish civilians were killed as part of Nazi extermination policies, with widespread collaboration from the Ukrainian population.
'There has been a Jewish majority in this city, for 150 years, since 1850."
Steinmeier welcomed UN Security Council Resolution 2334 that condemned Israel's annexation of eastern Jerusalem, among other things.
'Time is running out. Fewer than 400,000 survivors are alive today.'
The President concluded by noting the importance of the support for Israel offered by so many around the world.
Haaretz writer Yossi Klein lamented that religious Jews can't be 'neutralized'.
In 2016, the Rhodes Trust announced two new Rhodes Scholarships for Israel, for the first time in the scholarship's 113 year history.
President Rivlin said, 'No one can compete with the combination of China and Israel.'
'I saw how all the Jewish community was united. I saw this unique value of trying to be together to help.'
On paper, Herzog could cobble a new government with relative ease, should such a vote of no-confidence succeed and the Netanyahu coalition government be toppled – even without new elections.
'President Trump will soon have to decide if confronting the Palestinians on that terrorist incitement is more urgent than pursuing a pathway to peace.'
It's doubtful the Royals would set foot on Jerusalem's soil any time soon, especially not on the anniversary of their country's promise to establish a homeland for the Jews.
Rubinger was the Israeli photographer who shot the famous photo of three Israeli paratroopers after the liberation of the Western Wall on the third day of the Six-Day War.