Nati Rom is a 42-year-old resident of Esh Kodesh, a village he established 24 years ago on state-administered land near Shiloh, in the Samarian Mountains of Ephraim.
A devout Jew, who lives his life in obedience to the Biblical injunction to settle the Land (though so many in the world condemn him for doing so), and aware that my readers are Christian, Rom agreed to talk with me because he wants to build bridges between us. The redemption of Israel is for the world, he believes. And one day all people will come to God’s House, which “will be called a house of prayer for all nations.”
Stan Goodenough: Shalom, Nati. Please tell me a little about yourself?
Nati Rom: I am a lawyer, but my main activity is on behalf of Judea and Samaria – the heartland of Israel – and for Jerusalem and the Temple Mount. Real human rights in the State of Israel – this is my big passion. So, I am a lawyer, but I use my tools as a...
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