Going live for Israel

Jeremy Gimpel and Ari Abramowitz have made a living out of advocating for the Jewish right to the Land of Israel, but are they making an impact?

May 17, 2012 11:26
Jeremy Gimpel and Ari Abramowitz

Jeremy Gimpel and Ari Abramowitz . (photo credit: courtesy)


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The images on the screen are nothing short of terrifying – Iranian political and religious leaders inciting the masses, calling for the destruction of Israel and the US and for an Islamic takeover of the world. American and Israeli flags are burnt to ashes or ripped to shreds. Long-range ballistic missiles are paraded down the streets in downtown Tehran, followed by launch tests courtesy of the Iranian regime in efforts to upgrade its weapons arsenal, with the ultimate goal of perhaps one day tipping those missiles with nuclear warheads.

The overall message in the two new Internet videos on the Iranian threat – which have gone viral, receiving over four million views combined on YouTube in less than a month – is simple: The world cannot stand by idly as the Iranians race toward acquiring nuclear weapons, getting closer to realizing their goal with each passing day.


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