Written by: Luke Hilton
Article source: www.charismanews.com

According to U.S. and Israeli leaders, Israel could declare sovereignty over the Jordan Valley, and parts of Judea and Samaria, in a matter of weeks. Recently the potential move was endorsed by U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman, who said the U.S. expects Israel to apply sovereignty very soon.

With Israel’s unity government on the verge of being established, the question of sovereignty is being promoted as a top agenda for the new government. At the same time, the discussion has sparked outcries from right- and left-wing camps from all parts of the world.

Jewish and Christian leaders are on both sides of the spectrum, some claiming that it will damage U.S.-Israel relations. The Palestinian Authority has decried the move, saying it annuls any hope of a two-state solution being enacted.

In addition to talking about sovereignty in Israel, on today’s show we discuss whether it is moral and right for Christians to evangelize in Israel, and the unique position that the Joshua and Caleb Report has taken in the Holy Land.

Listen to “Will Israel Annex the West Bank?” to hear radical truth from Israel’s front lines.

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Date published: 12/05/2020
Feature image: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stands at an overview of the Israeli settlement of Har Homa, located in an area of the Israeli-occupied West Bank. (Debbie Hill/Pool via REUTERS/File Photo)

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