Visited President George Bush's Yad Vashem memorial established by Israel in Jerusalem to remember the victims of the so-called Jewish Holocaust during World War II.
Accompanied Bush on his visit Friday and trickery of Israeli President Shimon Peres and Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and Israeli Foreign government Tzipi Livni and American Condoleezza Rice.
Bush and wore black hood, such as Jewish Olmert and Peres, and began Hamzé eyes and Hammer head, and visited the halls of the museum, which presents documents on the extermination of Jews in World War II.
In a ceremony held inside the "Hall anniversary" Bush lighted candle and placed a wreath of flowers at the names of victims of Nazi camps excavated on the floor of marble.
He said the American president, "I hope that people come from around the world to this place," adding that "it will be a reminder that evil exists and that we are invited to the resistance while the rescue."
Bush visited after church plants located on Lake Tiberias under round included Catholic Franciscan church established at the site believed that Jesus Christ gave a sermon in which the mountain for tolerance.
The church was built in the form of eight to represent society in the Bible when the eight, including "Blessed are the peacemakers."
It is planned that the American president travels later today, Friday, to Kuwait, which begins in a series of visits to Arab countries allied with Washington, namely Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Egypt.
It is expected to ask the Arab countries to support the peace efforts between the Palestinians and Israelis and to reduce the growing influence of Iran in the region, saying that these countries "can be done."
Bush had called Thursday evening Arab countries to seek to communicate with Israel in a reference to the normalization of relations, said that "such a step long overdue", and called for an end to Israeli occupation of Palestinian territories that began in 1967, but hinted at the same time that the peace agreement the future will require amendments to the 1949 armistice lines to reflect what he described as the current facts.
He suggested in a speech in occupied Jerusalem develop an international mechanism to compensate Palestinian refugees solution to this issue, surpassing talk about the right of return.
He pressed Bush for the signing of a peace treaty between Israelis and Palestinians, saying that "it was time to do difficult choices", he believed that the conclusion of such an agreement before leaving the White House end of this year.
In this context, American president stressed that the peace agreement between the two sides must be provided by the Palestine homeland for the Palestinian people is Israel as a homeland for the Jewish people, as he put it, reaffirmed America's commitment to Israel's security.
It also reiterated Washington's commitment to the road map plan for peace which obliges Israel to stop settlement activities and to dismantle the infrastructure of Palestinian "terrorism", in reference to Palestinian resistance factions.
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