Commenting on the UN’s disclaimer at the entrance to the Jerusalem exhibit, Netanyahu said, “Of course it doesn’t represent the United Nations. It represents the truth.”
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife Sara, along with Jerusalem Affairs and Heritage Minister Zeev Elkin and Israeli Ambassador to the UN Danny Danon, visited the Jerusalem exhibit currently being presented at the UN building in New York.
The exhibit displays 3,000 years of Jewish history in Jerusalem, including archaeological evidence of the ancient Jewish ties to its eternal capital.
Commenting on the UN’s disclaimer, the Israeli leader said, “Of course it doesn’t represent the United Nations. It represents the truth,” before going on to discuss the glorious future of the State of Israel as well as the Iranian threat to the region.
As always, Netanyahu’s words are worth hearing!
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