Roseanne 'excited and moved' to be in Jerusalem

Roseanne Barr expresses gratefulness to be in the 'City of David, the heart of everything Judaic.'

Arutz Sheva Staff ,

Roseanne Barr
Roseanne Barr
Hezki Baruch

Roseanne Barr continued her visit to the Old City of Jerusalem Sunday afternoon.

"There are no proper words to express the connection I feel here, first of all to G-d, to Torah, to my people, to all people of faith and ethics in the world," Barr said during a stop at the Mark Twain House.

"This is the center of the Western world and Western history, and I am so proud to stand hear today in a place where the greatest American humorist who ever lived [stayed]," she added.

"I think that what's important is having the fire in the belly for justice, for peace, and for the City of David as David dreamed, [to be] the city of brotherhood. I hope to bring some of my passion and my belief and my stalwart faith in G-d and [to place] some of it here in the heart of everything Judaic," she said.