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Bibi: The Truth Will Win in the End

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu just spoke at an event at President Rivlin's residence honoring members of the Mossad. During his speech, Netanyahu spoke out against the continued hatred and misinformation being doled out by the Palestinians in the wake of the American declaration of Jerusalem as the Israeli capital, while saying he knows peace will win out:

The Palestinians would do well to recognize reality and work toward peace, not extremism, and acknowledge an additional fact regarding Jerusalem: Not only is it the capital of Israel but in Jerusalem we uphold freedom of worship for all faiths and it is we who are making this promise in the Middle East even though no one else does and despite frequent severe failures in this regard.

Therefore all these statements fail to impress us. The truth will win in the end and many countries will certainly recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and also move their embassies.

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