The document even went so far as to label as antisemitic anyone who calls Israel an “occupier.” The foreign lawmakers strongly rejected any denial of the Jewish people’s connection to the Land of Israel and Jerusalem.
The document was presented during the annual international meeting of the Israel Knesset’s Christian Allies Caucus. It came just months after the United Nations determined that the Jewish people have no historical claim to Jerusalem, as well as amidst a worrying rise in antisemitic violence around the world.
Upon receiving the document, Gamliel stated: “Today, we mark the 100th anniversary of the Balfour Declaration (mandating the rebirth of the Jewish homeland) and 50 years since the reunification of Jerusalem. We do so together with members of parliaments from 15 countries around the world who have come to express their support for the State of Israel. We celebrate...
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