Showing posts with label Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Show all posts

Monday, December 31, 2018

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife Sara met in Rio de Janeiro with Brazilian Christian friends of Israel.

Dec. 31, 2018
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife Sara met in Rio de Janeiro with Brazilian Christian friends of Israel.
Prime Minister Netanyahu:
"My wife Sara and I are delighted to be with you in Brazil.
We have no better friends in the world than the Evangelical community, and the Evangelical community has no better friend in the world than the State of Israel.
If you are a Christian in the Middle East, there’s only one place where you are safe. There’s only one place where the Christian community is growing, thriving, prospering. That’s in the State of Israel. Because everywhere else, if you’re a Christian, you have to be very careful, or you have to leave. Not in Israel. You are pour brothers and our sisters and we protect the rights of Christians as we protect the rights of all religions.
But this isn’t only a matter of justice, and it’s not only a matter of value. It’s a matter of the deepest sympathy in recognizing our common traditions, our common heritage.
Israel and Jerusalem are one. And Jerusalem, from the time of King David, 300 years before King Hezekiah, was the capital of our people, has remained the capital of our people, and will remain the united, eternal capital of the Jewish people for all time. You don’t need this reminder because you know our history, and you know our common roots.
Our histories are intertwined, our faith is intertwined, our values are intertwined. And so every time that we dig with a shovel in our land, we find ancient synagogues or ancient churches. And sometimes we don’t even have to dig.
And when you come to Israel today, you see a country that welcomes you as brothers and sisters. You see a country that values religious freedom. You see a country that is pride of our past and carries our values to the future. You see a country where the ideal was that every person is born in the Image of God. This is the original idea of equality, in the ancient world, thousands of years ago.
These are the values that produced our modern civilization. And they’re anchored in the faiths that we hold dear. These are also the faiths, the values that create the future. Israel is seizing the future. We now have an opportunity in Brazil to seize it together. President Bolsonaro says, 'We are brothers,' he says. We are brothers, and we are going to seize the future together.
You know that President Bolsonaro’s first name in Hebrew is Yair, which is also the name of our son. But Yair means something in Hebrew: He who brings light. And I think that we have now an opportunity together to bring a lot of light to the people of Brazil and the people of Israel. This is an alliance of brothers.
So I want to invite all of you next year in Jerusalem. I want to invite all of you to come to Israel, next year, it’s only two days away. We shall welcome you with all the love and warmth that we reserve for family. You are part of our family and we are part of yours.
I look forward to seeing you in Jerusalem, my brothers and my sisters."

Monday, December 25, 2017

WATCH: Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Sends Christmas Greetings and Today's Top Stories - Breaking Israel News

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WATCH: PM Netanyahu's Christmas Greeting


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Thursday, September 28, 2017

Israel Celebrates 50 Years of Resettling the Biblical Heartland - Israel Today

Israel Celebrates 50 Years of Resettling the Biblical Heartland

Thursday, September 28, 2017 |  Israel Today Staff
It was 50 years ago that Israel liberated Judea and Samaria from Jordanian occupation and began resettling the biblical heartland in accordance with both the Word of God and the original League of Nations decisions.
At a ceremony marking the occasion on Wednesday night, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said:
"Settlement is important to you in the same way that it is important to me, so I say very clearly: There will be no further uprooting of settlements in the land of Israel.
"The way to make peace is not through uprooting — not of Jews and not of Arabs. We did not get peace when we uprooted settlements, we got terror and missiles and we will not do that again.
"Any territory that falls into the hands of radical Islam becomes the basis for violence, murder and death, and so we will not abandon our national home to danger. Instead we will strengthen our home with this momentum."
While Netanyahu ran all of his past election campaigns on a platform of strengthening the Jewish communities in the disputed territories, he has come under harsh criticism for repeatedly bowing to international pressure by implementing construction freezes.
One of Netanyahu's most outspoken critics in this regard has been Education Minister Naftali Bennett, who told Wednesday's gathering in the Etzion Bloc of settlements south of Jerusalem:
"I don’t take such a step lightly, in order to implement sovereignty, it takes timing and courage. There is no better time than now, as it is clear that we are here by right and not by grace.
"There is no better time that this, even if world resists, we shall overcome it. The world also understands what the Israeli public understands, the Land of Israel will never again be divided!"
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