Christians United for Israel


Please Move Our Embassy to Jerusalem

Dear  [President Trump],

By the end of the of the month, you will need to make an historic decision about moving our embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

While on the campaign trail, you promised that you would move our embassy to Israel's eternal capital. That pledge encouraged millions of Christians to go out and vote for you. We urge you to keep this pledge and move our embassy.

I know that many people are warning you not to move the embassy. This isn't the first time that people have called on a president to shrink from his rendezvous with destiny. When President Truman was debating whether or not to recognize the State of Israel in 1948, he was warned against doing so in the strongest of terms. But President Truman did the right thing, and none of the dire warnings he was given came to pass.

Mr. President, you too can take a bold stand for Israel and for the truth. And you can keep a pledge that motivated millions. We urge you to do so. We urge you to move our embassy to Jerusalem.

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The Israel Pledge

We believe that the Jewish people have a right to live in their ancient land of Israel, and that the modern State of Israel is the fulfillment of this historic right.

We maintain that there is no excuse for acts of terrorism against Israel and that Israel has the same right as every other nation to defend her citizens from such violent attacks.

We pledge to stand with our brothers and sisters in Israel and to speak out on their behalf whenever and wherever necessary until the attacks stop and they are finally living in peace and security with their neighbors.

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