Leading Republican Sarah Palin toured Jerusalem's Western Wall on Sunday as she began a two-day, private visit to Israel.
She too planned on assembly with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at some point in her first trip to the Jewish state to talk about key issue facing the U.S. supporter.
Palin, a 2008 vice presidential candidate is a possible White House candidate in 2012 and a leading light in the monetarily traditional Tea Party movement.
Jointly with the rabbi who oversees the Jewish holy site in Jerusalem's old city, Palin toured the tunnels underneath the Western Wall, which are remnants of a Roman-era Temple.
"As the world face up to sweeping changes and new realisms, I look ahead to meeting with Prime Minister Netanyahu to converse the key issues facing his country, our ally Israel," Palin, who fly in from India, said in a report on her website.