Joel C. Rosenberg
Christians of Egypt just experienced a vicious terror attack. I met with the Coptic Pope and the head of the Egyptian Protestants on Sunday in Cairo in solidarity. Here’s an update.
Joel writes, "As an Evangelical, a dual US-Israeli citizen and an author who has spent the past several decades building friendships with Muslim and Christian Arabs from Morocco to Iraq, I would like to respectfully correct some misconceptions."
Joel writes, "Rather than address these (very important) geopolitical issues [of those who seek Israel's isolation, demise, and even annihilation], I’d like to address a question that many people ask me when I travel and speak around the world..."
Joel writes, "Today, I had the honor of participating in a two-hour meeting with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi... For now let me just say that I was very encouraged by what I saw and heard."
Joel writes, "Wherever I travel and speak around the world, I’m asked about what Evangelical Christians believe about Israel and the future of the Jewish people and the Jewish State?" Watch his interview with Pastor Greg Laurie, in which they address these questions and more.
Joel writes, "U.S. Senators Marco Rubio (R-FL) and Ben Cardin (D-MD) introduced a Senate resolution objecting to the passage of UN Security Council Resolution 2334, as well as all efforts that undermine direct, bilateral negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians for a secure and peaceful settlement."
Joel writes, "You probably haven’t heard this in the mainstream media, but Israel’s most senior leaders are urging the Jewish people to read through the Bible, the whole Bible, verse by verse, chapter by chapter."
Joel writes, "Now more than ever it’s vital to strengthen and expand the security alliance between the U.S. and Israel. Yet there’s a glitch."
Gulen, now 75, is a Turkish citizen, an Islamic cleric, and a long-time rival of Turkish President Recip Erdogan. He is currently living in exile in Pennsylvania.
Joel writes, "Leaders of ISIS have now officially claimed responsibility for the murders in Orlando. Given that just days ago they called for acts of terrorism inside the U.S. and across Europe, is it possible that more lone wolf attacks — or larger attacks — are coming soon?"