Governor Palin is on her way to Israel and will be arriving later Sunday afternoon. The Jerusalem post reports:
Former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin is set to arrive in Israel for the first time on Sunday afternoon.
Palin will tour Jerusalem and Nazareth and have dinner with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu at his official residence in Jerusalem on Monday evening. Palin will be arriving from India, where she delivered an address on Saturday.
She will be returning to the United States on Tuesday morning.
Governor Palin will join Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu for the The Purim dinner!
UPDATE: According to a report by Reuters she has already arrived and is also scheduled to visit the Western wall
Israeli media described her trip as a bid to show support for Israel, whose standing is strong among U.S. voters, and gain more experience in international affairs ahead of a possible presidential run.
Palin, who is keeping her supporters guessing on whether she will run for the presidency, made no comment to reporters on arrival at Tel Aviv’s Ben-Gurion airport for the two-day visit.
Palin was scheduled to have dinner with Netanyahu and his wife on Monday after visiting holy sites in Jerusalem, including Judaism’s Western Wall.