Former "Seinfeld" star Jason Alexander met with a Knesset caucus to discuss the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Alexander is in Israel as part of a high-profile delegation of international business leaders and philanthropists under the auspices of OneVoice, an international grass-roots movement working to promote the two-state solution.
The American television star and the rest of the delegation met Monday with the Knesset's Two-State Solution Caucus. The delegation also is scheduled to meet during its weeklong visit with the OneVoice movement's Israeli and Palestinian youth activists and to attend a town hall meeting in the West Bank Palestinian city of Kalkilya, according to the organization.
Alexander asked caucus members why pro-settlement Israelis want to be in the West Bank. Labor Party lawmaker Daniel Ben-Simon responded that it is because the land is "biblical."
Alexander told The Jerusalem Post that humor has no place in the peace process “because someone is always going to be offended.”