David Cerullo & Others Thanked By Israel Government
The Ambassador for Israel to the United Nations, Ron Prosor spoke at the annual Christians United For Israel conference (CUFI) in Washington, DC and thanked them for their vital support.: : As he said “the new offensive against Israel — a campaign of delegitimization — was “Chinese torture” that would slowly have a real and adverse effect.”
He continued “It is surprising that while certain ‘small and insignificant’ events are taking place in Egypt, 100,000 Syrian citizens are being slaughtered by a ruthless dictator, Bashar Assad, and Hezbollah is conducting terror campaigns across the globe, the Security Council prefers to allocate 80% of its time [to] scrutinizing every balcony and rooftop in Judea and Samaria.” He continued “that 80 percent of the monthly UN debate addresses Israel, while issues concerning Syria, Egypt and Iran take a back seat. The ambassador mocked foreign officials who argued that the Palestinian question remained the Middle East’s greatest challenge.”
With over 1 Million members and founded by John Hagee, CUFI has leading members from: David Cerullo: to many others. The conference saw the Defender of Israel Award presented to Malcolm Hoenlein, executive vice chairman of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations.
Ronn Torossian is the CEO of 5WPR, a leading PR firm and Author of “For Immediate Release”, a leading PR book.
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