Rabbi Yehudah Glick Comes To US To Build A Bridge Between Israel And Texas

Tuesday night seemed like any other Tuesday night, except for a small group of people gathering at a house in north Texas to receive a very special guest.

The guest of honor is a man named Yehudah Glick, and he has just arrived from Israel. Yehudah rose to worldwide fame, when he survived an assassination attempt on the Temple Mount in 2014. Glick has dedicated his life and energy to seeing the rebuilding of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem, and to bring Shalom and Light — first to Jerusalem, and then from Jerusalem to the Nations.

We were able to sit with Yehudah for an exclusive interview where he expounds on the importance of President Trump recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

“The zionist movement is not solely a Jewish movement. It’s a universal movement. And for the first seventy years we had to build our country – turn the desert into a flourishing modern high tech country…”

“President Donald Trump recognizes the city of Jerusalem as our capital.”

“Zionism next generation means the world not only recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of the state of Israel, but the capital of God in the world.”

If you are interested in supporting Yehudah and his mission you can click the link here and donate.