Friends of Zion Museum
“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.”
Dr. Mike Evans, founder of the Friends of Zion Museum, explained that the partnership between the State of Israel and these amazing Christian Zionists is an unstoppable force.
After receiving the award, McMullen explained that following his trip to Auschwitz with March of the Living, his visit to the Friends of Zion Museum inspired and motivated him further to act.
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.
Dr. Jeffress was in Israel with 400 congregants from the First Baptist Church, which is home to over 13,000 congregants, many of which visit the State of Israel yearly with him.
Mikhailichenko was a Russian “Righteous Among the Nations,” who was taken as a prisoner of war by the Nazis during World War II.
Young was in Israel with over 120 congregants from Fellowship Church, which is home to over 24,000 congregants, many of which visit Israel annually with Young and his wife.
The campaign coincides with the GA summit which is themed'We Need to Talk,' and focuses on strained Israel-Diasporic Jewish relations.
The Friends of Zion Museum tells the heroic stories of the non-Jews who have assisted the Jewish people throughout the Zionist movement as well as in critical times like the Holocaust.
In Dallas, 1100 Christian Zionist leaders gathered with Dr. Mike Evans, founder of the FOZ Museum, to celebrate Israel’s 70th year of statehood.