MK Yehuda Glick:
'You can tell Ezekiel: "The bones ain't dry anymore!"'

'If the world wants to be relevant to reality, they will recognize Jerusalem, and they will have all their embassies here in Jerusalem.'

Mordechai Sones ,

MK Glick
MK Glick
Miri Tzachi

MK Yehuda Glick (Likud) spoke at a conference held by Arutz Sheva and the Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce, which took place at the King David Hotel in Jerusalem. He began with a humorous allusion to the coincidental date of the conference, which is also his birthday.

MK Glick: "Ladies and gentlemen, Shalom. I want to first of all thank Arutz Sheva, and thank Anthony for coming all the way to here to celebrate my birthday! Thank you very much, I could not have dreamt of such a wonderful event. Thank you so much for putting together a wonderful birthday for myself for November 20th here in Jerusalem. Really it was so nice of you to come. But if I'm already speaking I'll say a few other things.

"Dear friends: Dovy, Anthony, Joe Frager, Ken, my friend Oren Hazan and Mark Zell, and all the wonderful people from Arutz Sheva, Rabbanit Melamed, all the Baruch family, et cetera, et cetera.

"Ladies and gentlemen, it really is a wonderful miracle to be here. We can't take things for granted. We're sitting here in the hotel of King David, in the city of King David; ladies and gentlemen, we have to remind ourselves: Coming to Israel, Anthony, is not just sight-seeing. Coming to Israel is to see the words of the prophets coming out of the book, and materializing, and becoming a reality.

"You can tell Ezekiel: 'The bones ain't dry anymore!' You can tell Jeremiah, 'Jerusalem is not isolated like a widow anymore,' and you can tell Zechariah, 'Children are playing in the streets of Jerusalem'. (The MK chose three famous verses from the prophets describing the destruction and renewal of the Jewish people.)

"Ladies and gentlemen, the words of the prophets are coming out of the book, and we are writing the next chapter of that Book in our generation, we are seeing it happen with our own eyes, and we have a mission, that Jerusalem should be the G-dly capital of the Jewish People and of the world.

"We don't need the world to recognize Jerusalem; we know Jerusalem is the capital of Israel. Every single Jewish couple who was married during the past two-thousand years swore to remember Jerusalem. Every Jewish family who celebrated Passover said 'Next year in Jerusalem'. So we know Jerusalem is our capital. If the world wants to be relevant, they will recognize Jerusalem. If the world wants to be relevant to reality, they will recognize Jerusalem, and they will have all their embassies here in Jerusalem.

"The city, the State of Israel, is the size of a needle-hole on the globe, but still the leaders of the world know that have to come to Jerusalem, because Jerusalem is the city that unites all of us - heavenly Jerusalem and earthly Jerusalem.

"Ladies and gentlemen, once again I want to thank Arutz Sheva who united the people around here in Jerusalem. I want to remind us we have to establish and announce the sovereignty of the State of Israel all over Judea and Samaria, and on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem."

Turning to Scaramucci, Glick said, "So coming to Jerusalem, we as the representatives of the State of Israel are appointing you as an ambassador of the G-dly city of Jerusalem, the biblical city of Jerusalem. G-d bless Jerusalem, and G-d bless our very, very best friend, the United States of America."