Friends of Zion launches massive campaign for U.S. embassy move

Over 150 Billboards were placed in recent days on buses and buildings throughout Jerusalem.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
May 10, 2018 17:53
A billboard put up by the Friends of Zion celebrates the moving of the US embassy to Jerusalem

A billboard put up by the Friends of Zion celebrates the moving of the US embassy to Jerusalem. (photo credit: COURTESY FRIENDS OF ZION)

 
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The Friends of Zion Museum launched a massive campaign across the capital this week to honor President Donald Trump and the State of Israel ahead of the US moving its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem next week.

Over 150 Billboards were placed in recent days on buses and buildings throughout the city. The museum’s previous campaigns have included welcoming President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence when they each visited Israel.

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The Friends of Zion Museum and Heritage Center, under the leadership of Dr. Mike Evans, will hold a gala dinner celebrating the historic move, featuring Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, United States Ambassador to Israel David Friedman, and senior advisors to the President Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump.


The Friends of Zion has previously presented the Friends of Zion Award, which is given to world leaders who have gone “above and beyond” for the State of Israel. Previous FOZ Award recipients have included President Trump, former president George W. Bush and, most recently, Guatemalan President Jimmy Morales.

Friends of Zion will give its award to all other world leaders who move their embassies to Jerusalem.

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