President Obama betrayed Israel in his final days in office.
The Obama Administration used the U.N. Security Council against Israel.
It was a renewed attempt to abandon Israel, slash its borders, leave it defenseless, and force our greatest ally in the Middle East to make dangerous concessions to terrorists before negotiations even begin.
Palestinian terrorists have launched over 300 attacks on Israelis – literally stabbing women and children in the back – murdering Israeli civilians and American citizens.
We must not force Israel into talks with terrorists.
We’re fighting to undo the devastating damage. We’re mobilizing our office in Jerusalem. We’re preparing critical legal letters, documents, and filings at the U.N., in Congress, and with the Trump Administration. Add your name today.
To: President Trump, Members of Congress, and the U.N.
Don’t abandon our ally. Israel must not be forced to negotiate with a Palestinian Authority that empowers terrorists. Jerusalem should be united, not divided.
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