Christians Join Jews in Washington to Fight PA State

A powerful Christian activist group will join hundreds of thousands of Jews Monday to protest American pressure on Israel to accept a PA state.

Hana Levi Julian,

Judean community
Judean community
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A powerful Christian activist group joined thousands of Jews Monday at a massive rally in Washington DC to protest the Obama administration’s pressure on Israel to accept the establishment of a Palestinian Authority state within its current borders.

The Christian Friends of Israeli Communities (CFOIC Heartland), which links Israeli towns in Judea and Samaria with Christian churches and individual sponsors around the world, launched its internet initiative over the weekend.

The group urged its members to contact the White House and oppose President Barack Obama’s plan to pressure Israel into dividing the country with the Palestinian Authority.

It also urged members to show up en masse for the rally, scheduled to last from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. – the same time, approximately, that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is set to meet with President Obama at the White House.

The email, sent to a list of tens of thousands of people, informed members that the White House has been pressuring Israel to agree to a two-state solution in exchange for U.S. cooperation against Iran.

“Iran poses an existential threat to Israel and to the entire free world,” noted the statement, signed by U.S. CFOIC director Kimberly Troup and Israeli office director Sandra Oster Baras.

“The two-state solution is synonymous with full Israeli withdrawal from the heart of Biblical Israel.  This poses an existential threat as well as a spiritual threat to the Nation of Israel.

“We are calling on you to stand up for Israel and to stand against Obama's plan.  Appeasement of Arab tyranny is no solution at all… Say no to a two-state solution.  Say yes to Biblical Israel!”