"As Israel turns 70, the seek for an enduring peace turns over a brand new leaf: one among realism and of not being afraid to face strongly with our allies for what is sweet, for what is true, and for what's true", Kushner stated Monday.
During a sermon in March on how to properly say a blessing, Yosef used the Hebrew word "kushi", which was used in the Bible but is now considered a derogatory term for black people.
"We imagine that it's attainable for each side to achieve greater than they provide so all individuals can reside in peace, secure from hazard, free from worry and capable of pursue their goals", Kushner stated. Let's say you know!
The relocation of the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem has been highly contentious for America abruptly breaking from decades of worldwide tradition with the symbolic move that recognizes Jerusalem as Israel's capital, something that offends Palestinians who long said the city was its own capital.
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Officials are concerned that a low voter turnout will undermine the credibility of the poll. Security forces have cordoned off the area for precautionary measures.
The rabbi had been criticized for his racist remarks, as the New York-based Anti-Defamation League called them "racially charged" and "utterly unacceptable".
They landed in Israel Sunday morning ahead of the US Embassy opening in the capital.
The couple received the blessing from Sephardic Chief Rabbi Yitzhak Yosef on Sunday, May 13, during a visit to Israel ahead of the opening of the new U.S. embassy, Newsweek reports. "Jared explained that the embassy was good for peace".
At the end of the Chief Rabbi's speech, the daughter and son-in-law of President Trump approached him and asked for his blessing. The White House delegation is led by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's deputy John Sullivan, and attendees include Kushner, Ivanka Trump and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin.
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