“We believe no American president in history has done more to defend the Jewish people in the United Nations.”
“We believe that support for President Trump’s announcement is both politically shortsighted and morally unsound,” the letter reads.
They’re not loving it.
With a few notable exceptions, Democratic leaders have been mostly silent on, or, worse yet, taking credit for Trump’s actions vis-à-vis Jerusalem.
A diplomatic solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is unlikely anytime soon. So what should civil society be doing in the interim?
Rabbi Jacobs wonders: Is our relationship with our Israeli siblings, like that of Joseph and his brothers, in the pits?
German police reported the burning of Israeli flags and use of anti-Semitic slogans at demonstrations against Trump’s move in Berlin and other cities.
“Jerusalem, the holy city, will not be the capital of the Zionist state, even if the President of the United States says it is.”
“We’re thanking President Trump for declaring Jerusalem the eternal capital of Israel. Contribute any amount to stand with President Trump.”
“If you hear the gospel, and convert — you are good. If you once heard the gospel and rejected it — it’s over.”