Posted 17.07.2012 12:07:34 UTC
Updated 17.07.2012 12:07:34 UTC
Clinton met all the high calibre names in the Israeli administration in the course of her visit and also Palestine Prime Minister Salam Fayyad.
The US Secretary of State who held a press conference to make an assessment of her Israel visit brought Iran's nuclear programme, the Mideast peace process and Egypt-Israel relations to the fore.
She said that her country and its allies are determined to block Iran from possessing nuclear arms.
The US is in favour of a diplomatic solution regarding Iran's nuclear activities, though Israel wants the problem resolved by way of force.
Clinton also sent a message to the new Egyptian President Morsi, telling him that what the Camp David accord signed in 1979 dictated in the way of ensuring peace should be abided by.
Regarding Syria, the US Secretary of State said the violence caused by the Damascus administration must be stopped.
Clinton's visit to Jerusalem is the first after the cessation of the peace talks between Israel and Palestine in 2010.
Political observers say that it is also the last visit of Clinton to Israel prior to the presidential elections in November after which she has already given the signals of stepping down.