Former 'Baywatch' star, who will participate Monday in Israeli version of 'Dancing with the Stars', spends half an hour at Jewish holy site in Jerusalem
American-Canadian actress Pamela Anderson's first day in Israelcame to an end Sunday evening with a visit to the Western Wall in Jerusalem, where she arrived in modest clothing.
The visit evoked great interest among many men in the area, who documented the event with their cameras.
Anderson called Israel a "progressive" country because it had no fur farms, and said that it can serve as "an example for the rest of the world."
She said she intends to speak about the issue of fur to Israeli religious leaders on her trip.
"It's almost 2011. There are so many alternatives to things. We can be compassionate in our choices," Anderson said.