I was back to the Fearless Fire Hall for another excellent event sponsored by the Lehigh Valley Tea Party. Last week they hosted Pamela Geller, who they billed as a freedom of speech advocate. This week they featured David Rubin, who they presented to discuss the new American relationship with Israel under Trump. Although both descriptions are valid, my interest lies in their mutual love for Israel, and the defense of the Jewish people.
Fifteen years ago West Bank settler David Rubin's car was raked by gunfire from Palestinian terrorists. While he suffered a severe leg wound, his three year old son was shot in the head. Both recovered, and Rubin has dedicated his life to children's rehabilitation from terrorist attacks through the Shiloh Israel Children's Projects.
Rubin has no delusions about the intentions of the Palestinians.
While David’s focus is on developing projects for children, he doesn’t hesitate to speak the truth from a position of faith in a way that most politicians seem to be either unwilling or afraid to do. He proposes bold, realistic solutions to counter the forces of evil in the Middle East and in the world.Likewise, he believes that the West Bank belongs divinely to Israel. He is hopeful that Trump will announce that the United States is moving the embassy to Jerusalem when he visits Israel later this month.