The Tisha B’Av 2018 declaration and signatures are presented to Yuli Edelstein, the speaker of the Knesset by Root Source, Israel365 and a number of Christian leaders in Israel.

If you have not signed the declaration yet, you may do so by clicking here.

Attendees include Gidon Ariel of Root Source, Donna Jollay of Israel365, Martin and Nathalie Blackham of Angel TV, Sharon Sanders of Christian Friends of Israel, Merv and Merla Watson co-founders of the Feast of Tabernacles Celebration in Israel, David Dekker of For Zion’s Sake, James Worthington of Return Ministries, Tommy and Sherri Waller of HaYovel, Christine Darg of Jerusalem Channel TV, and Bob O’Dell and Ray Montgomery on the phone. Ben Hilton from HaYovel captured the video. The declaration and THE LIST was presented. Also in attendance was Yehuda Glick.

NOTE:  If you find the story read by Nathalie Blackham hard to follow, you can read her comments, and the letter to which she refers, by clicking here.

9 thoughts on “9th of Av 2018 – Declaration Ceremony with Speaker of Knesset Yuli Edelstein”

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    Mary Ellen Gazay

    Please add my name, Mary Ellen Stewart Gazay, to the Book of Reconciliation between the Jews and Christians. I am sorry for all the atrocities that occurred in the name of Christianity and I pray for the peace of Jerusalem. Shalom!

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    Linda V. Chandler

    Great job, thanks for the video! So glad I got to have my name put on this awesome initiative. May God get the glory!

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    I am moved to tears. The video so touched my heart and knowing that my name is among the names presented to Yuri Edelstein. God bless them all.

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    D & K Grosskopf

    Please add our names, Darrel & Valera-Kay Grosskopf from Kingaroy, Queensland, Australia.

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    The comment of that priest to the Lithuanian woman is heartbreaking.

    Thank you for sharing this video with us and helping us to “be there”!

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      Indeed. What Yuli’s story shows me is that the need for repentance is still a very current thing. It is not something that is over, now that Israel has been restored. The attitudes of our forefathers are still very well “alive” today. Blessings, Bob.

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    My heart is broken by the actions of Christians specifically to hurt and kill the people of God. These were attacks on them , but even worse it was and still is an attack, an utter rebellion against God. It is blaspheme, a blapheme for which we repent and will never forget as a proof of our own sinfulness and our need for continuous sanctification. We have only one hope. Yeshoua, the Christ. We rest in this certain hope and we pray that our Jewish brothers and sisters will come to know this eternal hope. That is our required restitution, to bring the Jewish people to their Messiah, their long awaited salvation and renewal..

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