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ICEJ Statement on Pittsburgh Synagogue Massacre

The International Christian Embassy Jerusalem extends its most sincere condolences to the families and friends of those killed in the shocking and depraved massacre at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh over the Shabbat. We hope and pray that they will find comfort from the Father above in the midst of this pronounced tragedy.

This contemptible act serves as a sad, stark reminder of why Christian solidarity with Israel and the Jewish people is so needed in our day. The antisemitic actions and beliefs of this murderer are just the latest episode in the long, painful saga of how Jewish communities worldwide have endured repeated bouts of irrational hostility directed against them. Far too often, these outbursts of violence were committed in the name of Christ. But we thoroughly condemn them as evil and wholly contrary to all that Jesus taught. And we want to reassure our Jewish friends that millions of Christians are standing with you during this heavy-hearted ordeal.

We also trust that President Donald Trump and other US leaders will use this time to promote healing and understanding in America, and to continue to stand strong in support of the state of Israel and the Jewish Diaspora all around the world.

ICEJ Assists Gaza Border Towns

Gaza Periphery Towns to Honor ICEJ for Vital Assistance During Scorched Summer of Flaming Kites and Rockets

Tour of Eshkol Region
Tuesday, 2 October, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM

On Tuesday (2 October), the Israeli communities along the Gaza border area hosted a delegation from the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem at a special ceremony to honor the pro-Israel Christian organization for providing vital assistance over recent months to combat the onslaught of airborne incendiary devices and renewed rocket barrages from Gaza.

It has been a long and difficult summer for the farming towns and villages in the Eshkol Region along on the Gaza border, as they have faced a relentless arson campaign from Palestinians in Gaza releasing flaming kites and balloons to deliberately start fires during the dry season in Israel. Thousands of acres of fields and orchards have been destroyed. Hamas and other terror militias in Gaza also have renewed their rocket barrages on southern Israel as part of their “March of Return” protests over recent months.

As officials from the Eshkol Region urgently sought outside assistance to combat these challenges to their safety and livelihood, the ICEJ responded by donating seventeen all-terrain fire-fighting trailers, and seven portable steel bomb shelters, all in cooperation with their local Israeli partner Operation Lifeshield.

The Christian delegation, headed by ICEJ president Dr. Juergen Buehler, began their tour through the Eshkol Region today with the dedication of a new bomb shelter at a youth sports club in Kibbutz Magen, followed by a ceremony of appreciation hosted by Mayor Gadi Yarkoni, head of the Eshkol Regional Council. The group then visited an IDF observation post overlooking Gaza near Kissufim, where they received a security briefing from the Eshkol Region chief security officer, Elan Isaacson, and also took part in a demonstration of the new fire-fighting trailers.

“These bomb shelters and fire-fighting equipment are not only about protecting the safety of our people and livelihoods,” said Mayor Yarkoni. “They are also about our emotional security. We are so grateful to the ICEJ for helping us in our hour of need this summer.”

“It is a core mission of the Christian Embassy to be there for Israelis whenever you face crises and challenges,” responded Dr. Buehler. “We know our assistance helps ensure that as you send your children to school and to sports club every day, you do so with the peace of mind that they will be safe. And we so much admire the steadfastness of the residents of this region and how you have stayed strong throughout the years of rocket barrages and now arson attacks.”

The new all-terrain fire-fighting trailers can be used to reach off-road areas inaccessible to regular firetrucks and have proven to be very effective this summer at putting out blazes deep in the fields and orchards of the Eshkol Region. Eleven trailers were donated by Kenneth Copeland Ministries and Eagle Mountain International Church, and the other six by ICEJ branches in the US, Canada, Finland, Germany, and several other nations.

Six of the new mobile bomb shelters were provided by ICEJ-Switzerland through the generosity of the Rudolf & Helga Frei family.

The fire-fighting trailers cost $15,500 each, and the bomb shelters are $25,000 each, for a total donation of $438,500 over recent months.

The ICEJ has now donated 70 mobile bomb shelters to the Gaza periphery communities over the past 12 years through Operation Lifeshield, which is directed by Rabbi Shmuel Bowman.

ICEJ Feast Highlights for 2018

Events Open to the Press

Jerusalem March
Thursday, 27 September, from 2:00 PM
ICEJ national delegations assemble at north end of Sacher Park
The traditional Jerusalem March is the highlight of the Feast for many pilgrims, and the ICEJ national delegations will once again be the largest and most colorful group in the popular holiday parade. The March begins at 3:00 PM from the north end of Sachar Park up Betzalel Street. Journalists should contact the ICEJ to arrange interviews with pilgrims at 2:00 PM in the ICEJ’s assembly area at the northwest corner of Sderot Yitzhak Rabin and Ben-Zvi.

Israeli Guest Night
Thursday, 27 September, at 7:30 PM, Jerusalem Pais Arena

Over one thousand local Israelis join our Feast pilgrims for a gala cultural and musical program featuring recording artists, choirs and other performers from Israel and around the world. The program also will feature a celebration of Israel’s 70th anniversary of modern statehood, as well as the moving of the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. There will be a special tribute to Senator Jon Kyl, initiator of the Jerusalem Embassy Act of 1995.

Tour of Gaza Border Area
Tuesday, 2 October, 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM, ICEJ Bus Tour to Eshkol Region

Right after Sukkot ends, the ICEJ will host a special bus tour for our national directors and Feast pilgrims to the Gaza border area to visit Israeli communities the Christian Embassy has been assisting during the recent challenges of Palestinian rocket barrages and arson attacks by flaming kites and balloons. Community leaders and security officers from the Eshkol Region will hold a special ceremony honoring the ICEJ and its partner Operation Lifeshield for their recent assistance to the Gaza periphery towns and villages. This includes the ICEJ’s donation of six new mobile bomb shelters, fifteen all-terrain fire-fighting trailers, and three new special ATV security vehicles. Media are invited to join the tour. To reserve a seat on the bus from Jerusalem, write to: david.parsons@icej.org

Premiere of new ICEJ documentary “Journey of Dreams”
Wednesday, 26 September, 12:00 PM in the Green Room, Jerusalem Pais Arena

All media are invited to the premiere screening of a new documentary exploring the modern saga of the return of Ethiopian Jews to Israel, as seen through the eyes of the Males family, who were finally reunited with relatives in Israel last year after nearly two decades of separation. An ICEJ film team traveled to Ethiopia in May 2017 to record the hopes and struggles of those waiting many long years to immigrate to Israel, and then were on hand at Ben-Gurion Airport to capture the emotional reunion of the Males family. This film gives the real-life stories behind the headlines on Ethiopian Aliyah.

OurCrowd outreach to pro-Israel Christian investors
OurCrowd, the leading venture capital fund for Israeli start-ups, is partnering with the ICEJ to reach out to potential new investors among the vast global Christian Zionist movement. Jon Medved, Founder and CEO of OurCrowd, will address the Feast audience, while OurCrowd experts will conduct a seminar for interested Christian investors. To schedule an interview with Jon Medved about these new efforts, please contact Leah Stern at leah@ourcrowd.com or by PH +972 (0)54-341-4861.

Other Media Options:
We can arrange interviews with an array of colorful and interesting pilgrims from across the globe.

Gaza Periphery Towns to Honor ICEJ

Gaza Periphery Towns to Honor ICEJ for Vital Assistance During Scorched Summer of Flaming Kites and Rockets

Tour of Eshkol Region
Tuesday, 2 October, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM


On Tuesday (2 October), the Israeli communities along the Gaza border area will host a delegation from the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem at a special ceremony to honor the pro-Israel Christian organization for providing vital assistance over recent months to combat the onslaught of airborne incendiary devices and renewed rocket barrages from Gaza.

It has been a long and difficult summer for the farming towns and villages in the Eshkol Region along on the Gaza border, as they have faced a relentless arson campaign from Palestinians in Gaza releasing flaming kites and balloons to deliberately start fires during the dry season in Israel. Thousands of acres of fields and orchards have been destroyed. Hamas and other terror militias in Gaza also have renewed their rocket barrages on southern Israel as part of their “March of Return” protests over recent months.

As officials from the Eshkol Region urgently sought outside assistance to combat these challenges to their safety and livelihood, the ICEJ has responded by donating seventeen all-terrain fire-fighting trailers, and seven portable steel bomb shelters, all in cooperation with their local Israeli partner Operation Lifeshield.

The all-terrain fire-fighting trailers can be used to reach off-road areas inaccessible to regular firetrucks and have proven to be very effective at putting out blazes deep in the fields and orchards of the Eshkol Region. Eleven trailers were donated by Kenneth Copeland Ministries and Eagle Mountain International Church, and the other six by ICEJ branches in the US, Canada, Finland, Germany, and several other nations.

Six of the new mobile bomb shelters were provided by ICEJ-Switzerland through the generosity of the Rudolf & Helga Frei family.

The fire-fighting trailers cost $15,500 each, and the bomb shelters are $25,000 each, for a total donation of $438,500.

The tour schedule for the ICEJ delegation on Tuesday will begin with the dedication of a new bomb shelter at Kibbutz Magen at 11:00 AM, followed by the ceremony of appreciation hosted by Mayor Gadi Yarkoni and the Eshkol Regional Council, a demonstration of the fire-fighting trailers, and then a briefing and tour of the area by the Eshkol Region chief security officer, Elan Isaacson.

Media are invited to join the tour. To reserve a seat on the ICEJ bus from Jerusalem, please write or call David Parsons of the ICEJ by 12:00 noon on Sunday, 30 September.

The bus will leave from the ICEJ headquarters at 20 Rachel Imeinu on Tuesday at 8:30 AM, and will return at approximately 4:00 PM.

David Parsons
ICEJ Vice President & Senior Spokesman

Over 6,000 Christians coming to the Feast

Over the coming week, more than 6,000 Christians from nearly 100 nations will be arriving in Jerusalem to take part in the annual Feast of Tabernacles celebration, sponsored by the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem. The week-long festivities will take place from 23 to 28 September, and will once again constitute the largest Christian gathering in Israel this year and the largest solidarity mission to Israel of 2018.

“This year’s Feast is once again drawing thousands of Christians from all over the world, with a marked increase in particular from Africa and Asia,” said ICEJ President Dr. Jürgen Bühler. “They are excited to take part in this unique biblical festival, as well as to join with the Israeli people in celebrating 70 years since the nation’s miraculous rebirth in 1948.”

The 39th annual Feast gathering will kick off on Sunday night, 23 September with an outdoor meal and concert at the Ein Gedi oasis, along the shores of the Dead Sea. The festival then moves up to Jerusalem for the rest of the week of Sukkot, with most events held at the Jerusalem Pais Arena. Other highlights include the popular Jerusalem March through the streets of the capital, and a concluding Prayer Vigil at the historic Tower of David inside the walled Old City.

The most popular annual event in Israel for Christian tourists, the Feast’s economic impact on Israel is expected to be around $18 to $20 million.

Over the past four decades, the Christian celebration of Sukkot has impacted literally hundreds of thousands of Christians and Jews alike. Multitudes of Feast pilgrims have been enriched by the colourful worship experience and by their first-hand encounters with both ancient and modern Israel.
This year’s Feast program will feature a celebration of Israel’s 70th anniversary of modern statehood, as well as the moving of the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem this past year. The program will include a special tribute to US Senator Jon Kyl for his key role in initiating the Jerusalem Embassy Act of 1995, mandating the move of the American Embassy to Jerusalem.

The International Christian Embassy Jerusalem was established during the very first Christian celebration of the Feast of Tabernacles in September 1980, at a time when the last thirteen national embassies had just left Jerusalem for Tel Aviv. In response, over 1,000 Christians from some 40 nations attending that first Feast gathering decided to open the International Christian Embassy in Jerusalem as an act of comfort and solidarity with the 3000-year old Jewish claim and connection to this city. The ICEJ has since grown into the world’s largest Christian Zionist ministry, with branch offices in over 90 nations and a reach into more than 170 nations worldwide.
 

ICEJ Urging More Nations to Move Embassies to Jerusalem

The International Christian Embassy Jerusalem warmly welcomed the announcement on Friday (02/23) that the new United States Embassy to Israel will be officially opened in Jerusalem on May 14, in time for Israel’s 70th anniversary celebrations.

“We are very grateful once again that the Trump administration is continuing to carry through with its commitment to move the American Embassy to Jerusalem, where it has always belonged,” said ICEJ President Dr. Jürgen Bühler. “We join the Israeli people and government in saluting this well-timed gesture. The Christian Embassy also is hopeful other nations will quickly follow suit, and we are working to ensure that outcome through our various national branches and activists worldwide.”

The ICEJ is currently approaching the leaders of numerous other nations around the world to urge them to join the United States by relocating their embassies to Jerusalem. These efforts are being coordinated by the Jerusalem head office and include letter campaigns and direct lobbying of government leaders by their local Christian communities. The initiative is using as a guide the way various nations voted on the recent United Nations General Assembly resolution (December 21, 2017) which demanded that the U.S. withdraw its recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

One of the key points of this lobbying campaign is that several nations who voted for the UNGA resolution in December were instantly in violation of its terms, which explicitly called upon all nations “to refrain from the establishment of diplomatic missions in the Holy City of Jerusalem.” The nations of Belgium, France, Greece, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, and the United Kingdom all supported the resolution and yet they were immediately in breach of its provisions, as each has embassies or consulates in Jerusalem which openly serve as their chief diplomatic missions to the Palestinian Authority.

“The international community has always called for an even-handed approach to Jerusalem, so as not to prejudge this sensitive final-status issue. Yet here are eight nations that have never been called out for violating this principle by placing their chief missions to the Palestinians in Jerusalem. It turns out the demand for neutrality has just been a hollow pretext for denying the Jewish people and state their rightful place in Jerusalem. So no nation can now complain when a country decides to open an embassy to Israel in Jerusalem,” stated Dr. Bühler.

David Parsons
Vice President & Senior International Spokesman

ICEJ Letters to Heads of Government:

Letter to Belgium

Letter to France

Letter to Greece

Letter to Italy

Letter to Spain

Letter to Sweden

Letter to Turkey

Letter to the UK

ICEJ Welcomes US Recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s Capital

The International Christian Embassy Jerusalem wholeheartedly welcomes today’s courageous landmark decision by US President Donald Trump to finally recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and move the American embassy here to this extraordinary city. This is a long overdue step which goes to the core of the historic national identity of the Jewish people.

This is an issue which also goes to the very heart of our calling as a ministry. Jerusalem holds great historical and religious significance for billions of people of faith all around the world. From our founding in 1980, the ICEJ has purposefully acknowledged that this universal reverence for Jerusalem originates with the Jewish people and the way that God birthed in them a deep spiritual attachment to this city. Without that foundational divine connection between the Jews and their beloved city, no one else would have ever really cared about Jerusalem.

For seven decades now Jerusalem has served as the capital of the reborn state of Israel, even when it was precariously surrounded by enemies and even though the nations refused to officially recognize it as such. This steadfast loyalty to Jerusalem has demonstrated its centrality to Jewish national life. In that time, Israel also has established a proven track record as the proper custodian of its many holy places. The Christian Embassy and our tens of thousands of Christian pilgrims can readily attest to the robust freedom of access and freedom of worship which we have enjoyed here for nearly four decades now.

Thus, we rejoice with the Jewish people that Jerusalem is finally getting its due recognition and respect. This is also a great day of rejoicing for our ministry, as the Christian Embassy has been at the forefront of Christian efforts to convince the community of nations to grant full diplomatic recognition to Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. In the case of the United States, we have a number of key people within our movement, such as David Parsons and Susan Michael, who have been intimately engaged in advancing this cause for decades. In fact, David wrote the original draft of the Jerusalem Embassy Act which was adopted back in 1995. We are now hopeful other nations will quickly follow the bold lead of the US Administration and move their embassies to this remarkable city. Surely, the time has come to end the wholly undeserved diplomatic snubbing of Jerusalem.

From the start of 2017, the Lord has been showing us that there is a Jubilee cycle in operation over Jerusalem in modern times, whereby every fifty years something dramatic is happening to release the city further into its prophetic destiny. This includes the discovery of the original City of David by Charles Warren in 1867, the liberation of Jerusalem by Gen. Edmund Allenby in 1917, and the reuniting of Jerusalem under Israeli sovereignty in 1967. So for months now we have been declaring in our publications and in our preaching around the world that there is yet another Jubilee release for Jerusalem this very year, and it appears to now be upon us. President Trump has made a geo-political decision, but it also signals a shift in the spiritual realm. We do not know yet what all the consequences of this move will be and how long they may play out; but we are convinced that Jerusalem is now being released even further into its redemptive destiny, and that we will see a tremendous impact in the global Church as well.

Meanwhile, many of Israel’s adversaries are now threatening to derail this US decision through violent protests and perhaps worse. But we are convinced that, in a year of Jubilee favor, we can pray and expect God to deal quickly with those who would seek to stoke violence against this decree. Thus, we again urge all our friends and followers to continue earnestly praying for the peace of Jerusalem in the critical days ahead.

Dr. Jürgen Bühler
President
International Christian Embassy Jerusalem

ICEJ sponsored flights for Ethiopian Jews hits 1,200 this year


A group of eighty-two Ethiopian Jewish immigrants landed at Ben-Gurion Airport last Thursday evening (21 December), bringing to 1,200 the total number of Jews from the East African country which the Jewish Agency has brought to Israel over the past year on aliyah flights sponsored by the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem.

A total of 1,300 Ethiopian Jews are expected to arrive by the end of January as part of the first year of renewed aliyah for this ancient Jewish community. The Israeli government's initial plan called for bringing 1,300 members of the community per year until all of the remaining 9,000 Falash Mura in Addis Ababa and Gondar are reunited with their families in Israel. A cabinet decision is still pending to approve the budget and other aspects for the second year of renewed Ethiopian aliyah flights in 2018. Once approved by the Israeli government, the Christian Embassy stands ready to raise the funds need to sponsor this second year of renewed Ethiopian aliyah.

The ICEJ invested $1.2 million in Ethiopian aliyah this past year, including additional monies to assist with the critical absorption phase as these Jewish communities adjust to the new language and culture of Israel. Christians from all over the world have been contributing to this humanitarian cause, including generous donations from African Christians.

"The great ingathering of the Jewish people to Eretz Israel is still continuing and it is a real privilege and joy for our organization to play such a central role in this historic return to Zion," said Dr. Jürgen Bühler, President of the ICEJ. "We know that these latest arrivals from the Ethiopia community will never be the same as they rejoin their families and become fully part of the modern miracle of Israel. Some of these families have been separated now for over two decades, and so it a special honor for us to help bring them back together here in the Jewish homeland.”

In total, the Christian Embassy assisted more than 3,000 Jews to make aliyah in 2017, including from Ethiopia (1,200), Russia (1,100), Belarus (800), Ukraine (70), and India (50), among other countries. Since its founding in 1980, the ICEJ has helped nearly 140,000 Jews return to their biblical homeland, or roughly ten percent of all Jews who have made aliyah in that time period.

This represents an investment of over $50 million in aliyah efforts, with most of the assisted Jewish olim coming from the former Soviet republics but also thousands from Western Europe, North and South America, the Bnei Menashe from India, and the Kaifeng Jews from China. All of these efforts have been made in close coordination with the Jewish Agency and Keren Hayesod.

Founded in 1980, the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem is considered the largest global pro-Israel Christian ministry, with branch offices established in over 95 nations and a reach into more than 170 nations worldwide.

To view video footage of Ethiopian Jews arriving in Israel earlier this year on an ICEJ-sponsored aliyah flight, visit: vimeo.com/220657130  

ICEJ Media Alert

This week, more than 6,000 Christians from almost 100 nations will be arriving in Jerusalem to take part in the annual Feast of Tabernacles celebration, which is sponsored by the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem and runs this year from 6 to 11 October. “We are expecting one of our biggest crowds ever at this year’s Feast,” said ICEJ President Dr. Jürgen Bühler. “Thousands of Christians are once again being drawn here from all over the world by the dynamic worship experience which surrounds this unique biblical festival. But there also is the added attraction of celebrating the fifty-year Jubilee of a reunited Jerusalem, and this means we are truly in for a banner Feast.”

The 38th annual Feast gathering will kick off on Friday night, 6 October with an outdoor meal and concert at the Ein Gedi oasis, along the shores of the Dead Sea. The festival then moves up to Jerusalem for the rest of the week of Sukkot, with most events held at the Jerusalem Pais Arena. Other highlights include the popular Jerusalem March through the streets of the capital, special tours to such sites as the ancient City of David, and a concluding Prayer Vigil at the historic Tower of David inside the walled Old City.

The ICEJ’s Feast gathering will once again be the largest solidarity mission to Israel this year, and the country’s most popular annual event for Christian tourists. The Feast’s economic impact on Israel is expected to be $18 to $20 million.

Over the past four decades, the Christian celebration of Sukkot has impacted literally hundreds of thousands of Christians and Jews alike. Multitudes of Feast pilgrims have been enriched by the colourful worship experience and by their encounters with both ancient and modern Israel.

The International Christian Embassy Jerusalem was birthed out of the very first public Christian celebration of the Feast in September 1980, at a time when Israelis felt a sense of isolation concerning their historic claim to Jerusalem. That summer, the last thirteen national embassies left the city for Tel Aviv in protest of the Knesset’s passage of the “Jerusalem Law.” In response, over 1,000 Christians from some 40 nations attending that first Feast decided to open an International Christian Embassy in Jerusalem as an act of comfort and solidarity with the 3000-year old Jewish claim and connection to this city.

Given that the issue of Jerusalem has once again come to the fore, this year’s Feast is also dedicated to reaffirming Christian support for a united Jerusalem under Israeli sovereignty. Among our Feast participants will be some 30 national and state parliamentarians from around the globe affiliated with the Israel Allies Foundation who have come at Sukkot to stand in solidarity with Israel and the Jewish people in their claim to a united Jerusalem.

For more information, contact:
David Parsons, ICEJ VP & Senior Spokesman
Email: david.parsons@icej.org
Cell:  052 381 6214

PM Netanyahu delivers annual Christmas Greeting at Christian Embassy in Jerusalem

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu paid a visit to the International Christian Embassy in Jerusalem on Wednesday (21 December) to deliver his annual Christmas Greeting to the Christian world.

In his traditional holiday greeting, Netanyahu stated:

“To all of our Christian friends around the world, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! I send you these greetings from Jerusalem. I'm standing in the courtyard of this magnificent International Christian Embassy. I'm so proud of our relations with our Christian brothers and sisters. I wonder for many of you if you remember the experience you had when you first visited Israel, when you saw the Church of the Holy Sepulchre or the Via Dolorosa or the Sea of Galilee or Nazareth. I'm sure it moved you deeply. And it moves us deeply to have this bond with you because we all know that this land of Israel is the land of our common heritage. It changed the story of humanity, it changed civilization. What a magnificent heritage it is. Yet, we also know that it is under attack these days, that the forces of intolerance, of barbarism that attack all religions attack Christians with particular vehemence. We stand with you and I'm proud of the fact that in Israel, this is the one place in the Middle East that the Christian community not only survives but thrives and it's no accident. It’s because of our commitment to religious freedom; it's because of our embrace of our heritage; it's because of our embrace of our common future. So please come to Israel. Come and visit me, I'm waiting for you. It will be a great experience for you. Merry Christmas, Happy New Year.”

With Christmas falling this year on the same day as the Jewish festival of Hanukkah, ICEJ Executive Director Dr. Jürgen Bühler responded by wishing the prime minister a “Happy Hanukkah,” and giving him a silver Hanukkah dreidel as a gift.

“It was a great honor to host the Prime Minister at our Embassy headquarters and to receive his good holiday wishes for Christmas,” said Bühler. “We know his warm, sincere remarks will be greatly appreciated by Christians in lands far and wide. It also was a thrill to respond with our own ‘Happy Hanukkah’ wishes for him, his family and all the Jewish people. This indeed is a season when both communities can celebrate the triumph of light over darkness. And this timely display of solidarity shows once more that Israel is a country where religious freedoms are not only safeguarded but even encouraged.”

Founded in 1980, the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem is considered the largest global pro-Israel Christian ministry, with branch offices established in over 85 nations and supporters in more than 160 nations worldwide.

For more information, contact:
English-language media: David Parsons, ICEJ;
Email: david.parsons@icej.org ; Cell: 052-381-6214

Hebrew media: Ziv Goldfisher, ICON media;
Email: ziv@icon-smc.com ; Cell:  054-808-8260

The official Christmas video greeting has been posted on the prime minister’s YouTube and Facebook pages:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7oIQXIZbxg0&feature=youtu.be
https://www.facebook.com/search/top/?q=benjamin%20netanyahu%20israel

 

 

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