'Terror won't drive Jews out of Jerusalem'

Daniel Luria, Executive Director of Ateret Cohanim, stresses that Jerusalem can't and will never be divided.

Uzi Baruch,

Daniel Luria
Daniel Luria
Arutz Sheva

“Jerusalem can’t and will never be divided,” Daniel Luria, Executive Director of Ateret Cohanim, told Arutz Sheva at the Ateret Cohanim dinner this week.

“Jews clearly have the right to live as the indigenous people in united Jerusalem…Arab incitement and hatred and terror won’t succeed. Taking one family or killing a Jew is only going to make us stronger. In fact, Jews around the world invested in buying a house, called ‘The House of the View’, and we’ll be adding five families there. We will not be driven from Jerusalem,” he stressed.




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