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As America Has Done To Israel

Author : John McTernan
ISBN : 9781600345456
Genre : Religion
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As America Has Done To Israel

Author : John McTernan
ISBN : 9781603741286
Genre : Religion
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Is America on a collision course with God? There is a direct correlation between the alarming number of massive disasters striking America and her leaders pressuring Israel to surrender her land for "peace." Costing hundreds of lives and causing hundreds of billions of dollars' damage, dozens of disasters including devastating earthquakes, raging fires, hurricanes, floods, tsunamis, and violent tornadoes have hit America-and always within twenty-four hours of putting pressure on Israel. What can you do as an individual--and what can America do--to change the direction of our country in relation to Israel and prevent the increasing number of calamities?

As America Has Done To Israel

Author : John McTernan
ISBN : 9781603741286
Genre : Religion
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Is America on a collision course with God? There is a direct correlation between the alarming number of massive disasters striking America and her leaders pressuring Israel to surrender her land for "peace." Costing hundreds of lives and causing hundreds of billions of dollars' damage, dozens of disasters including devastating earthquakes, raging fires, hurricanes, floods, tsunamis, and violent tornadoes have hit America-and always within twenty-four hours of putting pressure on Israel. What can you do as an individual--and what can America do--to change the direction of our country in relation to Israel and prevent the increasing number of calamities?

Unthinkable

Author : Jack T. Chick
ISBN : 9780758911490
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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The Israel Lobby And Us Foreign Policy

Author : John J Mearsheimer
ISBN : 9780141920665
Genre : Political Science
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Does America’s pro-Israel lobby wield inappropriate control over US foreign policy? This book has created a storm of controversy by bringing out into the open America’s relationship with the Israel lobby: a loose coalition of individuals and organizations that actively work to shape foreign policy in a way that is profoundly damaging both to the United States and Israel itself. Israel is an important, valued American ally, yet Mearsheimer and Walt show that, by encouraging unconditional US financial and diplomatic support for Israel and promoting the use of its power to remake the Middle East, the lobby has jeopardized America’s and Israel’s long-term security and put other countries – including Britain – at risk.

Transforming America S Israel Lobby

Author : Dan Fleshler
ISBN : 9781597972222
Genre : Political Science
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Does America's “pro-Israel lobby,” including the legendary American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), have as much power as is commonly believed? Does it have an unbreakable stranglehold on America's Middle East policies? The answer is no, according to Dan Fleshler, an American Jewish activist who has worked within his community to try to counteract AIPAC and its allies. Written from the singular perch of a liberal American Jew who wants to create an alternative lobby in order to encourage more evenhanded U.S. policies in the Middle East, Fleshler's new book, Transforming America's Israel Lobby, sheds new light on how Israel's American supporters exert their influence in Washington. With original research, it skewers myths propounded by the defenders of America's mainstream, pro-Israel community as well as its detractors, notably John Mearsheimer and Stephen Walt. It demonstrates that much of AIPAC's power is based on smoke and mirrors, on its ability to manage the perceptions of the political elite and promote exaggerated notions of its resources and clout. Having put AIPAC and its allies in proper perspective, the book provides the first detailed examination of the opportunities for—and obstacles to—creating a domestic political bloc that is pro-American, pro-Israeli and pro-Palestinian. It offers concrete, provocative suggestions to Americans—Jews and non-Jews alike—who want to embolden the U.S. government to disagree with Israel when necessary, and to press both Israelis and Palestinians to make the compromises required for peace. Why have American Jews, one of the most liberal communities in the United States, allowed hawks and neoconservatives to speak for them in Washington on matters related to Israel? Where have all the Jewish doves been hiding all of these years? Why didn't more of them speak out against America's invasion of Iraq? What can be done to mobilize Americans who believe that stopping both Israeli settlement expansion and Palestinian terrorism are vital American interests, and who want to give U.S. officials more political leeway to lean on both sides of the conflict, rather than just one side? Dan Fleshler, who has spent a quarter century as a consultant, board member and volunteer for a wide range of Jewish organizations, is in a unique position to answer these questions. He does so based on his own extensive experience in the American Jewish community, as well as interviews with Washington insiders, American Jewish leaders, Arab American and Christian church activists who focus on the Middle East, Israeli diplomats and politicians, and other experts. This book is a clarion call to “passionate moderates” who want to see an end to the Israeli occupation and who envision a viable Palestinian state; both goals can be achieved, according to Fleshler, via a robust American diplomacy that does not sell out the interests of either Israelis or Palestinians.

I Could Take His Punch

Author : John P. McTernan
ISBN : 9781622304257
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This book captures the legend of Joe McTernan. He was a legendary figure to his family and all that knew him. When reading this book, you will be amazed, astonished and laughing about his adventures and exploits. He almost seems like a character out of a novel, but all his exploits are true. He possessed incredible strength, an unbelievable appetite, along with an indomitable will. He could defeat professionally trained fighters and walk up to wild deer and touch them! He was an expert with horses and a marksman with a rifle. He overcame accidents and sicknesses that few if any people could and yet lived to 95! His encounter with Jesus Christ, at the very end of his life, was a true miracle by all who witnessed it. He was supposed to die, but instead came out of a catatonic state praising Jesus as his Savior. He could not breathe, yet with supernatural power was proclaiming Jesus. He was a beacon of God's love to all that came close to him. I Can Take His Punch is uniquely inspirational and a most enjoyable read. It is a book that you cannot put down, and a story you will never forget. John P. McTernan is the founder of Defend and Proclaim the Faith Ministry. He has written eight books including his best seller As America Has Done to Israel. He has spoken on hundreds of radio and TV shows defending Israel in light of Bible prophecy. He cofounded International Cops for Christ and Blessing Israeli Believers. He has a BS from Virginia Commonwealth University and a honorary PhD from Calvary Christian College. He served for 26 years as a federal agent for the US Treasury Department. He has four children and five grandchildren.

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