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‘No President Has Done More’ - Zionist Group Awards Trump Highest Honor

A Zionist group awards Trump highest honor for fulfilling his promises of support for Israel. Zionists see Trump walk the talk - and remembers to show their gratitude.

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It seems he has accomplished a lot for Israel - more than what the other U.S. presidents who came before him - and for that, a Zionist group awards Trump highest honor.
While President Donald Trump has often referred to himself as a “friend of Israel,” he has now been officially recognized for that stance by a pro-Zionist group that advocates for Jewish nationalism.
On Monday, the Friends of Zion Museum presented President Trump with its Friends of Zion Award at the White House.
Dr. Mike Evans, founder of the Friends of Zion Museum, declared:
No president in history has ever built such an alliance for the State of Israel and the Jewish people, and no president has courageously stood up for the State of Israel on the global stage as you had, Mr. President.- Dr. Mike Evans
He continued:
President Trump’s historic recognition of Jerusalem will secure his place in history as the first American president to take that step since the founding of the State of Israel in 1948.- Dr. Mike Evans
Dr. Evans added:
We believe no American president in history has done more to defend the Jewish people in the United Nations.- Dr. Mike Evans

Trump Delivered

The Friends of Zion Museum is located in Jerusalem and works to push the Israeli agenda while attempting to legitimize the taking of Palestinian lands.
One of the biggest moves, celebrated by Trump’s Zionist backers, was his recent announcement recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
Zionist-allied Evangelicals lauded the Trump administration’s staunch support for Israel.
Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council, said:
This president is an anomaly. He is an anomaly because he keeps his promises. Evangelicals, conservatives across this country are grateful for the fact that he has actually done exactly what he campaigned on.- Tony Perkins

What Is Zionism?

Many people fail to understand what encompasses Zionism.
For those unfamiliar with the term “Zionism,” Vox explains via a 2018 article by its senior correspondent Zack Beauchamp, part of which reads:
“Zionism is Israel’s national ideology.
Zionists believe Judaism is a nationality as well as a religion, and that Jews deserve their own state in their ancestral homeland, Israel, in the same way the French people deserve France or the Chinese people should have China.
It’s what brought Jews back to Israel in the first place, and also at the heart of what concerns Arabs and Palestinians about the Israeli state.
Arabs and Palestinians generally oppose Zionism, as the explicitly Jewish character of the Israeli state means that Jews have privileges that others don’t.
For instance, any Jew anywhere in the world can become an Israeli citizen, a right not extended to any other class of person.
Arabs, then, often see Zionism as a species of colonialism and racism aimed at appropriating Palestinian land and systematically disenfranchising the Palestinians that remain.
Arab states actually pushed through a un general assembly resolution labeling Zionism ‘a form of racism and racial discrimination’ in 1975, though it was repealed 16 years later.”

Israel - ‘An Apartheid Regime’

A 2017 report by Richard Falk and Virginia Q. Tilley, Israeli Practices towards the Palestinian People and the Question of Apartheidwas commissioned and published by the U.N. Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA) and launched in Beirut.
It urged governments to “support boycott, divestment, and sanctions [BDS] activities and respond positively to calls for such initiatives.”
A brief history of Zionism is as follows, per Encyclopaedia Britannica:
“In the 16th and 17th centuries, a number of ‘messiahs’ came forward trying to persuade Jews to “return” to Palestine.
The Haskalah (‘Jewish Enlightenment’) movement of the late 18th century, however, urged Jews to assimilate into Western secular culture.
In the early 19th century, interest in a return of the Jews to Palestine was kept alive mostly by Christian millenarians.
Despite the Haskalah, eastern European Jews did not assimilate, and, in reaction to Tsarist pogroms, formed the Hovevei Zion (‘Lovers of Zion’) to promote the settlement of Jewish farmers and artisans in Palestine.
A political turn was given to Zionism by Theodor Herzl (1860-1904), an Austrian journalist who regarded assimilation as most desirable but, in view of antisemitism, impossible to realize.
Thus, he argued, if Jews were forced by external pressure to form a nation, they could lead a normal existence only through concentration in one territory.
In 1897, Herzl convened the first Zionist congress at Basel, Switzerland, which drew up the Basel program of the movement, stating that ‘Zionism strives to create for the Jewish people a home in Palestine secured by public law.’
When the Ottoman government refused Herzl’s request for Palestinian autonomy, he found support in Great Britain.
In 1903, the British government offered 6,000 square miles (15,500 square km.) of uninhabited Uganda for settlement, but the Zionists held out for Palestine.
Upon the outbreak of World War I, political Zionism reasserted itself, and its leadership passed to Russian Jews living in England.
Two such Zionists, Chaim Weizmann (1874-1952) and Nahum Sokolow (1859-1936), were instrumental in obtaining the Balfour Declaration from Great Britain (November 2, 1917), which promised British support for the creation of a Jewish national home in Palestine.
The declaration was included in Britain’s League of Nations’ Mandate for Palestine (1922).”

The Rothschilds

Revealing the intimate connection between the Rothschild family and the creation of Israel, the head of the Rothschild banking empire and staunch supporter of Israel, Jacob Rothschild, recently revealed the critical role of his family in the securing the Balfour Declaration, which “helped pave the way for the creation of Israel.”
The Balfour Declaration, written in 1917, was an official document from Britain’s foreign secretary of that time, Arthur James Balfour (1848-1930), the first earl of Balfour and who previously served as U.K. prime minister (1902-1905).
It’s addressed to Lionel Walter Rothschild (1868-1937), a leader of the Zionist movement in Britain at the time and Jacob Rothschild’s uncle.
During the television interview with Rothschild, he revealed new details about the extremely pivotal role his cousin, Dorothy de Rothschild (1895-1988), played.
Rothschild described Dorothy, who was in her teens at the time, as “devoted to Israel” and said:
What she did was crucially important.- Jacob Rothschild, 4th Baron Rothschild
Rothschild went on to say that Dorothy acted as a conduit between Zionist leader Chaim Weizmann and the British political establishment.
Dorothy “told Weizmann how to integrate, how to insert himself into British establishment life, which he learned very quickly,” according to Rothschild.
Rothschild explained that the manner in which the declaration was procured was extraordinary.
He reasoned:
It was the most incredible piece of opportunism.- Jacob Rothschild, 4th Baron Rothschild
Rothschild added:
[Weizmann] gets to Balfour and unbelievably, he persuades Lord Balfour, and Lloyd George, the prime minister, and most of the ministers, that this idea of a national home for Jews should be allowed to take place. I mean it’s so, so unlikely.- Jacob Rothschild, 4th Baron Rothschild
According to former Israeli Ambassador Daniel Taub, the Balfour Declaration “changed the course of history for the Middle East.”
Rothschild said his family, at that time, was divided on the idea of Israel, noting that some family members “didn’t think it was a good thing that this national home be established there.”

The Legacy Lives On

In her book, Against Our Better Judgment: The Hidden History of How the U.S. Was Used to Create Israel (2014), British author Alison Weir exposed the fact that numerous drafts of the declaration were presented to Zionists in the United States prior to the document being finalized.
Weir’s book notes that one of the primary inducements offered to British leaders to issue the Balfour Declaration was the Zionist claim that they would bring the U.S. into World War I on Britain’s side if the British would promise to enable the Zionist colonization of Palestine.
The deeply intertwined relationship between modern Zionism and the Rothschild banking empire cannot be overstated.
Without the Rothschild family’s vast influence and direct assistance, Israel very well may have never been created.
It seems that contrary to popular opinion, Trump isn’t opposing the globalists and Zionists.
Rather, he is operating at the behest of Zionist billionaire overlords, such as Jacob Rothschild and casino magnate Sheldon Adelson, to further entrench the state of Israel to the detriment of the surrounding Arab population, who are treated as second-class citizens.
As a Zionist group awards Trump highest honor for his contributions, the president accepts the expression of gratitude.
While President Donald Trump has often referred to himself as a “friend of Israel,” he has now been officially recognized for that stance by a pro-Zionist group that advocates for Jewish nationalism.
On Monday, the Friends of Zion Museum presented President Trump with its Friends of Zion Award at the White House.
Dr. Mike Evans, founder of the Friends of Zion Museum, declared:
No president in history has ever built such an alliance for the State of Israel and the Jewish people, and no president has courageously stood up for the State of Israel on the global stage as you had, Mr. President.- Dr. Mike Evans
He continued:
President Trump’s historic recognition of Jerusalem will secure his place in history as the first American president to take that step since the founding of the State of Israel in 1948.- Dr. Mike Evans
Dr. Evans added:
We believe no American president in history has done more to defend the Jewish people in the United Nations.- Dr. Mike Evans

Trump Delivered

The Friends of Zion Museum is located in Jerusalem and works to push the Israeli agenda while attempting to legitimize the taking of Palestinian lands.
One of the biggest moves, celebrated by Trump’s Zionist backers, was his recent announcement recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
Zionist-allied Evangelicals lauded the Trump administration’s staunch support for Israel.
Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council, said:
This president is an anomaly. He is an anomaly because he keeps his promises. Evangelicals, conservatives across this country are grateful for the fact that he has actually done exactly what he campaigned on.- Tony Perkins

What Is Zionism?

Many people fail to understand what encompasses Zionism.
For those unfamiliar with the term “Zionism,” Vox explains via a 2018 article by its senior correspondent Zack Beauchamp, part of which reads:
“Zionism is Israel’s national ideology.
Zionists believe Judaism is a nationality as well as a religion, and that Jews deserve their own state in their ancestral homeland, Israel, in the same way the French people deserve France or the Chinese people should have China.
It’s what brought Jews back to Israel in the first place, and also at the heart of what concerns Arabs and Palestinians about the Israeli state.
Arabs and Palestinians generally oppose Zionism, as the explicitly Jewish character of the Israeli state means that Jews have privileges that others don’t.
For instance, any Jew anywhere in the world can become an Israeli citizen, a right not extended to any other class of person.
Arabs, then, often see Zionism as a species of colonialism and racism aimed at appropriating Palestinian land and systematically disenfranchising the Palestinians that remain.
Arab states actually pushed through a un general assembly resolution labeling Zionism ‘a form of racism and racial discrimination’ in 1975, though it was repealed 16 years later.”

Israel - ‘An Apartheid Regime’

A 2017 report by Richard Falk and Virginia Q. Tilley, Israeli Practices towards the Palestinian People and the Question of Apartheidwas commissioned and published by the U.N. Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA) and launched in Beirut.
It urged governments to “support boycott, divestment, and sanctions [BDS] activities and respond positively to calls for such initiatives.”
A brief history of Zionism is as follows, per Encyclopaedia Britannica:
“In the 16th and 17th centuries, a number of ‘messiahs’ came forward trying to persuade Jews to “return” to Palestine.
The Haskalah (‘Jewish Enlightenment’) movement of the late 18th century, however, urged Jews to assimilate into Western secular culture.
In the early 19th century, interest in a return of the Jews to Palestine was kept alive mostly by Christian millenarians.
Despite the Haskalah, eastern European Jews did not assimilate, and, in reaction to Tsarist pogroms, formed the Hovevei Zion (‘Lovers of Zion’) to promote the settlement of Jewish farmers and artisans in Palestine.
A political turn was given to Zionism by Theodor Herzl (1860-1904), an Austrian journalist who regarded assimilation as most desirable but, in view of antisemitism, impossible to realize.
Thus, he argued, if Jews were forced by external pressure to form a nation, they could lead a normal existence only through concentration in one territory.
In 1897, Herzl convened the first Zionist congress at Basel, Switzerland, which drew up the Basel program of the movement, stating that ‘Zionism strives to create for the Jewish people a home in Palestine secured by public law.’
When the Ottoman government refused Herzl’s request for Palestinian autonomy, he found support in Great Britain.
In 1903, the British government offered 6,000 square miles (15,500 square km.) of uninhabited Uganda for settlement, but the Zionists held out for Palestine.
Upon the outbreak of World War I, political Zionism reasserted itself, and its leadership passed to Russian Jews living in England.
Two such Zionists, Chaim Weizmann (1874-1952) and Nahum Sokolow (1859-1936), were instrumental in obtaining the Balfour Declaration from Great Britain (November 2, 1917), which promised British support for the creation of a Jewish national home in Palestine.
The declaration was included in Britain’s League of Nations’ Mandate for Palestine (1922).”

The Rothschilds

Revealing the intimate connection between the Rothschild family and the creation of Israel, the head of the Rothschild banking empire and staunch supporter of Israel, Jacob Rothschild, recently revealed the critical role of his family in the securing the Balfour Declaration, which “helped pave the way for the creation of Israel.”
The Balfour Declaration, written in 1917, was an official document from Britain’s foreign secretary of that time, Arthur James Balfour (1848-1930), the first earl of Balfour and who previously served as U.K. prime minister (1902-1905).
It’s addressed to Lionel Walter Rothschild (1868-1937), a leader of the Zionist movement in Britain at the time and Jacob Rothschild’s uncle.
During the television interview with Rothschild, he revealed new details about the extremely pivotal role his cousin, Dorothy de Rothschild (1895-1988), played.
Rothschild described Dorothy, who was in her teens at the time, as “devoted to Israel” and said:
What she did was crucially important.- Jacob Rothschild, 4th Baron Rothschild
Rothschild went on to say that Dorothy acted as a conduit between Zionist leader Chaim Weizmann and the British political establishment.
Dorothy “told Weizmann how to integrate, how to insert himself into British establishment life, which he learned very quickly,” according to Rothschild.
Rothschild explained that the manner in which the declaration was procured was extraordinary.
He reasoned:
It was the most incredible piece of opportunism.- Jacob Rothschild, 4th Baron Rothschild
Rothschild added:
[Weizmann] gets to Balfour and unbelievably, he persuades Lord Balfour, and Lloyd George, the prime minister, and most of the ministers, that this idea of a national home for Jews should be allowed to take place. I mean it’s so, so unlikely.- Jacob Rothschild, 4th Baron Rothschild
According to former Israeli Ambassador Daniel Taub, the Balfour Declaration “changed the course of history for the Middle East.”
Rothschild said his family, at that time, was divided on the idea of Israel, noting that some family members “didn’t think it was a good thing that this national home be established there.”

The Legacy Lives On

In her book, Against Our Better Judgment: The Hidden History of How the U.S. Was Used to Create Israel (2014), British author Alison Weir exposed the fact that numerous drafts of the declaration were presented to Zionists in the United States prior to the document being finalized.
Weir’s book notes that one of the primary inducements offered to British leaders to issue the Balfour Declaration was the Zionist claim that they would bring the U.S. into World War I on Britain’s side if the British would promise to enable the Zionist colonization of Palestine.
The deeply intertwined relationship between modern Zionism and the Rothschild banking empire cannot be overstated.
Without the Rothschild family’s vast influence and direct assistance, Israel very well may have never been created.
It seems that contrary to popular opinion, Trump isn’t opposing the globalists and Zionists.
Rather, he is operating at the behest of Zionist billionaire overlords, such as Jacob Rothschild and casino magnate Sheldon Adelson, to further entrench the state of Israel to the detriment of the surrounding Arab population, who are treated as second-class citizens.
As a Zionist group awards Trump highest honor for his contributions, the president accepts the expression of gratitude.
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