The “Friends of Zion Award” is the FOZ Museum’s highest honor and is presented to world leaders who, the organization says, have gone “above and beyond” for the Jewish state.
The ceremony was attended by Dr. Mike Evans, founder of the Friends of Zion Heritage Center.
Upon receiving the award, Levin stated: “I promise to continue to fight for this country (Israel) and for the United States.”
At the event, FOZ unveiled a private seven-piece stamp collection that was custom designed in tandem with the Israeli Postal Service.
In March 2019, Trump did what no other president had the courage to do: He recognized the Golan Heights as part of Israel and recognized Israel’s, rather than Syria’s, sovereignty over that area.
Earlier this year, the Friends of Zion Museum and its partners surpassed 60 million followers on social media, making it one of the largest pro-Israel platforms in the world.
The Friends of Zion Museum is launching an ambitious $100 million project to help educate pro-Israel supporters around the world about the Jewish state, its challenges and achievements.
“The hatred of Jewish people now has a new face – and a new excuse! Now we hear people claim they don’t hate Jews, but they do hate Israel or Zionism.”
Bolsonaro has confirmed his commitment to strengthening relations between Brazil and Israel, subsequently announcing that his country will be opening an Economic Mission in Jerusalem.
The Friends of Zion Museum recently surpassed 51 million members, making it one of the largest pro-Israel sites in the world.