Former Alaska Gov. and Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin and her husband Todd arrived in Israel for a two-day visit to the Holy Land on Sunday.
The visit was billed as private and the details of the trip were not released.
However, Palin was mobbed by photographers anyway when she toured the Western Wall tunnels.
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"It's absolutely beautiful and overwhelming to be able to see and touch the cornerstone of our faith," she said.
"It's overwhelming and I am so thankful to get to be here and very thankful to know that the American and Israeli link, connection, will grow and strengthen as we seek peace along with you. It's overwhelming to be here. Thank you," Palin added.
Palin is scheduled to tour Jerusalem Monday and to later have dinner with Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Netanyahu has recently met with several U.S. politicians, while they were visiting Jerusalem. All of them are considered to be possible candidates for the Republican presidential nomination.