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Mideast Unrest: The Real Danger for Israel

Demonstrators celebrate atop an army tank in Tahrir square during protests in Cairo

The situation in the Middle East continues to worsen.

Even with Egypt President Mubarak out, the situation in Egypt continues to deteriorate.  And the chaos appears to be spreading across the Middle East. 

"An earthquake is shaking the whole Arab world and a large part of the Muslim world and we don't yet know how these things will turn out," said Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

"We are ready for all eventualities because we know that the foundation of our existence, and our capacity to convince our neighbors to live in peace with us, is based on the Israeli army," added Netanyahu.

Libya is calling on Palestinians to revolt against Israel.  In Iran, the government is clashing with protestors and the government there is now deploying warships in the region - a further concern for Israel.

The fact is there's a great deal of uncertainty. And, the growing unrest in countries throughout the Middle East does pose a real threat to Israel. 

The United States needs to send a strong message to the Middle East and the world.  President Obama must stand and support our staunchest ally in the region. 

That's why we're urging you to sign on to our Declaration of Solidarity with Israel.  Tell President Obama that the U.S. must be unequivocal in its support for Israel.

Add you name now.  If you sign on, we'll send you our new film "The Export:  Radical Islam's Map to End Democracy" - a powerful DVD examining the crisis in the Middle East.  You can watch a brief trailer of the film here.

In addition, we'll also send you a new resource - a booklet entitled:  "Sharia Law: Radical Islams Threat to the U.S. Constitution".

This is the time to stand with Israel.

 

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