• WHY SHOULD JERUSALEM REMAIN UNDER ISRAELI CONTROL?

    Jerusalem has thrived as a prosperous and free city since Israel reunited it in 1967. This has guaranteed all faiths unimpeded access to their Holy Sites - and fundamental political rights for all of the city's residents.

  • CURRENT ISSUES

    A primer for truth-seekers and advocates. Learn about the key issues and prepare yourself for any conversation about the Middle East.

  • WHAT IS THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE ABRAHAMIC COVENANT?

    The Abrahamic Covenant has greatly influenced the course of human history and is the biblical basis for Christian support of Israel. Learn More.

  • Is Christian Zionism Biblical?

    Christian Zionism is rooted in the Abrahamic Covenant which is described in the book of Genesis and confirmed throughout the Bible, including the New Testament. Learn more.

  • What is the Jewish People's Connection to the Land of Israel?

    The Jewish people’s connection to the Land of Israel goes back 3,000 years. It is unbroken and unbreakable.

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