FOZ to honor Trump with museum exhibit

FOZ: While many presidential candidates have promised to move the embassy to Jerusalem, “Trump was the only one who recognized reality and delivered.”

A billboard put up by the Friends of Zion celebrates the moving of the US embassy to Jerusalem (photo credit: COURTESY FRIENDS OF ZION)
A billboard put up by the Friends of Zion celebrates the moving of the US embassy to Jerusalem
The Friends of Zion Museum announced on Monday that it will open a new exhibit honoring President Donald Trump in recognition of the work he has done to strengthen the US-Israel relationship.
“While many presidents in the past few decades have promised to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and move the US Embassy to Jerusalem, it was President Donald Trump who recognized history and therefore made history,” said Dr. Mike Evans, founder of the FOZ Museum in downtown Jerusalem.
Last December, Evans awarded Trump the “Friend of Zion Award” in recognition of the president’s decision to relocate the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. He also bestowed the award on US Ambassador David Friedman, senior adviser Jared Kushner and special representative on international negotiations, Jason Greenblatt.
Most recently, Evans noted that Trump merged the “overwhelmingly anti-Israel” United States Consulate in Jerusalem with the new United States Embassy in Jerusalem, giving full authority to Friedman.
“For these reasons, the Friends of Zion Museum will be honoring President Trump once more. I have made it my mission to bring the appropriate attention to President Trump’s agenda, instead of the ‘fake news’ that some viewers see every day,” he said.
Evans said that FOZ will open a new exhibition in the museum’s “Hall of Brave” where Trump himself will be presented next to president Harry Truman, explaining himself why he made the courageous decision to stand by Israel, even when many doubted his pronouncement.
The Friends of Zion Museum opened its doors in 2015 and reveals the heroic stories of the courageous non-Jews who have assisted the Jewish people throughout the Zionist movement, as well as in critical times like the Holocaust. Since its opening, the Friends of Zion Museum has hosted more than 200,000 visitors, including 127 diplomats and 64 ambassadors as well as several presidents and prime ministers.
Recently, the Friends of Zion Museum surpassed 51 million members with the Jerusalem Prayer Team, making it one of the largest pro-Israel sites in the world. FOZ educates and activates millions of people about the State of Israel and how to combat antisemitism in today’s world. The growing campus will include an “Ambassador Institute,” a communications center, and the first Christian Zionist think tank focused on uniting hundreds of millions of millennials globally.