ISRAEL GOVERNMENT STANDS FOR VP Pence Bold, Strong, Unified Support for the State of Israel
It is so encouraging to see the relationship between the United States and Israel beginning a new chapter, and the leaders between the two nations so cordial and friendly towards one another. President Trump has done a miraculous work with our ally since he began his Presidency, and Vice President Pence has carried out the heart of the President when he recently visited with the Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu.
Vice President Pence spoke at the Knesset, Israel’s legislative branch of government. As Vice President Pence expresses, “We stand with Israel because your cause is our cause. Your values are our values, and your fight is our fight.” Our relationship with Israel has been continual since the moment that America acknowledged Israel as a Jewish State. As President Truman was the first to recognize Israel at its birth, a United States President was again, the first in one of Israel’s historic occurrences: recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. “But just last month, President Donald Trump made history. He righted a 70-year wrong, he kept his word to the American people when he announced that the United States of America will finally acknowledge Jerusalem is Israel’s capital.” The Vice President continues to share that plans to move the American Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem will be completed by the end of 2019.
This is so exciting! It is such a miracle to see the relationship with our most important ally at the heights that it is now in. Things were not always as they are. When we look at the former Administration and how the former President responded to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, we are better able to appreciate the gift of how things presently are. It is a good thing to be in right relationship with Israel. See the full discussion about what is happening with Israel, the full statements from Vice President Mike Pence, and so much more. Also shared in this segment: The Trump Administration, The White House, Vice President Mike Pence, The Knesset, Israel, Jerusalem is the eternal capital of Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, hope, and angry birds. Greg and John shared in this segment.
VP Pence; Visits HOLOCAUST MUSEUM & Prays at WESTERN WALL; HISTORIC!!!
It is so important that we recognize the significance of our relationship with our most important ally, the State of Israel. As Vice President Mike Pence recently visited Israel, on behalf of President Donald Trump, Vice President Pence took time to spend with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and visited the Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum as well as the Western Wall.
As the Vice President witnessed the sights and exhibits within the museum, he shared these words regarding the Israeli people. “We will marvel at the faith and resilience of your people who just three years after walking beneath the shadow of Death, rose up from the ashes to resurrect yourselves, to reclaim a Jewish future, and to rebuild the Jewish state.”
As the Vice President was able to visit the Western Wall and pray, he commented on the significance of the event. “…we’ll have the privilege to pray at the Western Wall, but we never fail to leave here without a sense that our faith has been renewed, our faith in God, but also our faith in the extraordinary people of Israel and in their commitment to freedom and security and peace.”
It is so exciting to see such powerful leaders of the world coming together, discussing their friendship and the value that their alliance provides. See the full statements from Vice President Pence during his trip in Israel, and so much more. Also shared in this segment: Vice President Mike Pence, Jerusalem is the eternal capital of Israel, The Western Wall, Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum, and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Greg and John shared in this segment. See more, related content and articles for this article.
U.S Embassy in Jerusalem; This Year 2018; President Trump and P.M. Netanyahu
It is so exciting to see such powerful leaders of the world coming together, discussing their friendship and the value that their alliance provides. When President Donald Trump recently visited Davos, Switzerland to attend the World Economic Forum, the President also took time to sit with Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu to discuss important events regarding their relationship.
As the two leaders sat before an audience of attentive members of the Press, President Donald Trump opened with these encouraging words regarding America’s strong relationship with Israel. “We’ve developed a great relationship both as countries, where, I think, it’s never been stronger…and also, as personal friends.” The President immediately shifts topics to the matter of the U.S. Embassy that will be moving to Jerusalem. “That is way ahead of schedule, by years, and we anticipate having a small version of it opened sometime next year.”
As Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu replies to the President’s opening remarks, the Prime Minister takes time to note that this is the first meeting between the two since President Trump has announced that America would be moving their U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem. “I want to say that this is a historic decision that will be forever etched in the hearts of our people, for generations to come.” Contrary to what many media sources say around the world, Prime Minister Netanyahu insists that the move of the U.S. Embassy will advance peace in the region.
As the Prime Minister continues to speak, he turns the attention towards the Iran Nuclear Agreement, and his support of President Trump’s stance on the matter. “You said it’s a disastrous deal…” As President Trump has voiced the option of removing America from the deal, Prime Minister Netanyahu continues, “I want you to know that if you decide to do that, then we will back you all the way”.
As Israel stands behind America, America also stands behind Israel and has done so as President Trump boldly declared truth to the world when speaking to the United Nations. Prime Minister Netanyahu speaks with clarity as he describes the United Nations with these words; “it is a house of slander against Israel and against the United States, by word and deed”.
As the conversation transitions to peace talks in the Middle East, President Trump talks about the hundreds of millions of dollars that have been given to the Palestinian Authority. “That money is on the table. That money is not going to them unless they sit down and negotiate peace.” President Trump highlights how his stance on the topic sets him apart. “This was never brought up by other negotiators, but it’s brought up by me.”
According to President Trump, the loss of hundreds of millions of dollars was not the prime topic to the Palestinian Authority. “The hardest subject they had to talk about was Jerusalem.” In response, President Trump shares, “so we took Jerusalem off the table. So, we don’t have to talk about it anymore. They never got past Jerusalem. We took it off the table. We don’t have to talk about it anymore”.
We want to hear your thoughts on the matter? How do you feel about America’s present relationship with Israel? How do you feel about President Trump deciding to move the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, Israel? See the full conversation with President Trump, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and so much more. Also shared in this segment: truth, hope, Davos Switzerland, World Economic Summit, Palestinian Authority, peace talks, peace negotiations, peace in the Middle East, Jerusalem is the eternal capital of Israel, President Donald Trump, The Trump Administration, and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Greg and John shared in this segment.