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Telling Israel’s Untold Stories

Before the Jews came it was a swampland, now Israel exports more tulips than does Holland.

Before the Jews came it was a swampland, now Israel exports more tulips than does Holland.

If…Israel can generate these kinds of results under its current circumstances, imagine what would happen – imagine what it could achieve – if it were released from the shackles of warfare. If this little country of fewer than eight million souls could focus the entirety of its energy and resources and resilience on the problems and puzzles facing us all, how much better a place would this world be?

It’s an important question, and one that perhaps should be asked among the “land-for-peace” activists, who have been courting failure for more than two decades. Why not join a winning team and strive for actually improving our beleaguered world? That’s what the good folks at Untold News are doing every day.

About the Author: Jim Fletcher is a writer and researcher and a member of the executive committee of the National Christian Leadership Conference for Israel.


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9 Responses to “Telling Israel’s Untold Stories”

  1. And why not? .. LOL! … It’s G-Ds land anything Israel does will prosper .

  2. god bless israel god himself told israel he would make the desert bloom.

  3. Sally Volk says:

    I had no idea!! Wow!;Amazing!!

  4. Lize Bartsch says:

    Now the song: ‘Tulips from Amsterdam’ will have to change to ‘Tulips from Israel’ !!! :)

  5. Beutiful god bless israel

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