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Celebrating Jerusalem Day in Israel

Dear Friends,

There is nothing as meaningful as celebrating Jerusalem Day in Israel. The miraculous return of the Holy City to the Jewish people – as promised in our Bible – is as exciting today as it was in 1967.  Yet, there are many today throughout the world who deny the Jewish claim to our capital city. Just this week, the Church of Scotland added their voice to the Palestinian argument and announced that the Jews have no claim to the Land and called for Israel to end its occupation of East Jerusalem! the silliest statement ever !

Yesterday Wednesday, May 8, 2013, the Jewish people and Israel’s friends around the world will celebrate 46 years since the unforgettable victories of the Six Day War and the miraculous re-unification of Jerusalem, our eternal capital.

I was asked by a very important group, the Knesset Christian Allies Caucus, to gather 10,000 signatures from friends and allies across the world to sign the ‘Jerusalem Covenant’ which affirms Jerusalem as the undivided capital of the Jewish people. As soon as we reach our goal, I will present those signatures to the Knesset which I hope we can achieve within one month, by June 7th, the secular anniversary of the day Jerusalem was unified, in what will surely be a historic occasion.

Friends, please join me in signing your name to the ‘Jerusalem Covenant.’

“If I forget thee O Jerusalem” is a pledge that we, as Bible believing Jews and Christians must take seriously as her detractors rise up against us. On this Jerusalem Day 2013, let us pray for the final reunification of our beloved city as we welcome the Moshiach (Messiah) and rebuild the Third Temple on the site that God promised Abraham and gave to King David so that finally, Jerusalem, and the whole world, will be at peace.

 

With blessings of Jerusalem,

Sephard Transit

 

P.S. Please forward this important email to help gather 10,000 signatures for the Jerusalem Covenant!

 

About Anni Orekh

Anni Orekh (which translated from Hebrew means: I m an editor (Publisher) it is the online pen-name of author and Managing Director of MD Enterprises.

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