Three authors of Shariah: The Threat to America joined a new coalition called Israel: You’re Not Alone in a press conference in Washington, DC yesterday. Frank Gaffney, Gen. Jerry Boykin (ret.), and Tom Trento addressed different points about America’s relationship with Israel and Israel’s 1967 borders. Mark Langfan presents his map showing the Jewish State’s vulnerability to rocket attacks against 70% of its population centers.

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30-second TV Ad for the IsraelYoureNotAlone.com campaign. See this website for more details on this campaign by Christian and Jewish leaders to seek no more division of the land of Israel.

3 Responses to ‘Team B II’ Members: Israel, You’re Not Alone

  1. Ron says:

    I Stand With Israel and will support Israel in any and all ways that I am able. However, I have one question about Jews…..Why do Jews continue to support democrats just because their liberal views are more aligned with them. They voted 78% for Obama in 2008 and it appears they may support him again. I wonder why I should even support Israel when the American Jews won’t help their own people by crossing over and voting for the republican party who will support and defend Israel? They didn’t learn a lesson when Obama just spit in their face? Geeez.

  2. CAJeffO says:

    It’s not just Israel that is targeted. We must remember that Islam seeks to rule the world and oppress those whom are not Muslims.

    SEE THIS: http://constitutionalvoices.org/bloggers/freedomblogger2/?page_id=7098

    If we forget that? it’s nothing short of suicide.

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