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"Today I hope that the light of truth will shine -- if only for a few minutes -- in a hall that for too long has been a place of darkness for my country."

The Light of Truth at the UN

The Light of Truth at the UN

Excerpt: Prime Minister Netanyahu at the General Assembly, Sept 23, 2011

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The Light of Truth at the UN: Excerpt: Prime Minister Netanyahu at the General Assembly, Sept 23, 2011

"Today I hope that the light of truth will shine -- if only for a few minutes -- in a hall that for too long has been a place of darkness for my country."
United Nations, Netanyahu, Benjamin, Lubavitcher Rebbe
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pankaj b chotalia Riyadh May 22, 2016

I am indian hindu but i wish our leaders were like yours.like Mr.Netanyahu whi always put Israel's and their people's interest first

His speech at UN proves that how far Israel as a country has emerged from suffering country to eternally powerful and which can not be intimidated by any countries as long as the earth exist.

Israel has come so far through collective efforts of their people be they in any parts of the world. To me it also because the Israeli people values the power of science and investing in basic research. God has given them same minds like others but they know how to use it by understanding importance of science.

I respect every religion buti am admirer of jewish ideology

I believe Israel can make or break any country. Fortunately your people believe in coexistence with harmony with all other cast and religion

Wish the world recognised the right of their people to exist and give this great civilization their due respect.
Long live state of Israel
sincerely
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Jamie Miriam Ader via chabadnorthhollywood.org March 23, 2016

My response to Today I hope that the light of truth will shine -- if only for a few minutes -- in a hall that for too long has been a place of darkness for my country.":

Miri am (my name) means Light to the Nation! Reply

Anonymous August 8, 2015

He held on to the Rebbe's words. This is a person we can trust to do his best. Reply

mimi Iran March 14, 2012

Natanyahu I love u Natayahu, u spoke the truth, G-d bless you, you never cease to inspire me :) Reply

Anonymous Mansfield, US via russianboston.org February 8, 2012

Benjamin Netanyahu This is a man I truly admire. He does not tolerate ignorance and lies. He is a good man, and I wish he were available to serve as President of the US. Reply

Anonymous Mesa, Arizona, USA November 10, 2011

The Light of Truth at the UN I admire this Leader. He is courageous. The Light of the Eternal is in him. Reply

Anonymous Venice, Florida via chabadofvenice.com September 23, 2011

UN For the Eternal will not forsake His people, and His heritage He will not abandon. and the light will shine and the darkness will fade away. Reply

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