Benjamin NatanyahuIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has just had his first meeting with President Barack Obama. The two Obama issues are non-issues for the Netanyahu government: talking to Iran and a fast-track toward a Palestinian state.

Curiously, Obama did not hold a full-dress press conference following their summit, which focused on Iran. Was this because he feared Netanyahu might use the opportunity to appeal to Israel’s strongest base in America – some 52 million Bible-believing Evangelical Christian Zionists?

The Obama government is trying to make things move in the Middle East and there are fears this will come at Israel’s expense – even if it means bringing down Netanyahu’s government.

Obama has embarked on a peace crusade. He has invited Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to Washington. Next month Obama will speak from a podium in Cairo in an effort to restore America’s image in the Muslim world. He apparently believes this cannot happen or peace be achieved until Israel accepts a Palestinian state.

Last week the United States voted for a UN Security Council resolution reaffirming support for a two-state solution. Ambassador Susan Rice said the US wants to integrate the Saudi-sponsored peace initiative into the process.

It would be absurd for Obama to think that Netanyahu – who went into politics inspired by the heroic death of his brother, Yonatan, in freeing terrorist hostages in the 1976 Entebbe rescue mission – would ever reward an Iranian-funded terrorist regime by redividing Jerusalem. He would never shrink Israel as a goodwill gesture to help restart the so-called peace process, not in the absence of a genuine goodwill gesture by the Palestinian and Muslim world of recognizing Israel’s right to exist as a Jewish state.

Netanyahu wants the US to reaffirm its support for Israel’s right to self-defense against the looming threat from Iran. During the last three years Israel fought two bitter campaigns to halt the bombardment of its civilian population by thousands of terrorist missiles – fired by the Iranian terrorist proxies Hizbullah in Lebanon and Hamas in Gaza. Meanwhile, Iran denies the Holocaust while threatening to wipe the Jewish state off the map, as it develops nuclear weapons and tests long-range ballistic missiles. (Read the entire article by Mike Evans)

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As a friend of Israel, I am deeply concerned about the events that are taking shape and their effect on Israel’s future. Please pray for the Jewish people. Please stand with me in defense of the Jewish people. Please let your voice be heard in support of the Jewish people.

Thank you to the 630 Jerusalem Prayer Team partners who have given to bless Israel. We need 1,100 to give in order to reach our goal. We are more than halfway there. Please pray today for all that have given and for those who have not given to give a gift today. Pray that God will bless them according to Psalm 122:6: “Pray for the peace of Jerusalem: they shall PROSPER that love thee.” And, Genesis 12:3 says, “I will BLESS them that BLESS thee…”

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Your ambassador to Jerusalem,

Mike Evans


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