When Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu decided to annex the Jordan River Valley, he didn’t bother trying to convince his own Israeli voters. Neither did Netanyahu’s government put much effort into explaining or promoting the annexation to the Israeli public, knowing there would be large protests and demonstrations. Israelis have been left virtually in the dark as to the details of the plan to unilaterally annex this significant stretch of the Jewish nation’s homeland along the Jordan River.
Nor did Netanyahu bother to court the American Jewish community in support of the annexation, knowing that he would be confronted with strong opposition among the majority Democratic Jewish voters.
Instead, the prime minister of the Jewish State turned to Evangelical Christians for support. Think about that for a moment. Christians have become the dominant player in the political maneuvering necessary to take back the lands of Israel that belong to the Jewish people.
Watch Netanyahu’s recent address to an Evangelical Christian Coalition on the occasion of 100 years since the San Remo Conference, which opened the way for a...