Thursday, March 17, 2011

Gov. Palin will visit Israel after she speaks in India

Both countries key U.S. allies
Following her Saturday speech in India, Gov. Palin will stop in Israel for a two-day visit before she returns to the U.S., CNN reports:
“I'm thankful to be able to travel to Israel on my way back to the U.S.,” Palin said in a statement obtained by CNN. “As the world confronts sweeping changes and new realities, I look forward to meeting with Prime Minister Netanyahu to discuss the key issues facing his country, our ally Israel.”
According to the Jerusalem Post, the 2008 GOP vice presidential candidate will also meet with other members of Israel's Likud Party, including MK Danny Danon:
She was also expected to visit the Western Wall and Nazareth during her short stay, according to Army Radio.

Palin, an outspoken supporter of Israel, has often criticized the Obama administration for what she believes to be its unfair treatment of the Jewish State.
Related: Shalom Sarah Palin, welcome to Israel


- JP

1 comment:

  1. This is very good news. Both of these countries are critical allies, and I am grateful to hear she will be able to meet with Netanyahu. Thank you for posting this news. I've linked to this post here: A Leader Shows the Way: Sarah Palin goes to Israel