Sarah Palin touches down in Israel; set to meet with Prime Minister on Monday
Israel got its first official glimpse of Sarah Palin.
The former Vice Presidential candidate arrived in Jerusalem on Sunday as part of her whirlwind trip that many think is meant to bolster her foreign policy credentials leading up to a possible 2012 presidential run.
She visited India earlier this week.
Sporting what appears to be a necklace with the Jewish symbol of a Star of David, the Alaska resident visited the Western Wall, the holiest place where Jews can pray.
She also toured Jerusalem's Old City and is scheduled to meet with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday.
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