Jerusalem is abuzz beholding the largest marketing campaign in city’s history with 110 massive billboards, buses with signs and even camels.
The campaign, created by Mike Evans of the Friends of Zion Museum, launched when U.S. President Donald Trump first visited Israel in May and will continued through January.
The billboards declare, “God Bless Trump, From Jerusalem D.C. (David’s Capital) to Washington, D.C.”
“No president in history has ever built such an alliance for the state of Israel and the Jewish people, and no president has courageously stood up for the state of Israel on the global stage as you had Mr. President,” Evans says. “President Trump’s historic recognition of Jerusalem will secure his place in history as the first American president to take that step since the founding of the State of Israel in 1948.”
To honor Trump, 30 evangelical advisers met in the Oval Office earlier this month to present the president with the Friends of Zion Award.
Trump’s declaration that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel takes its place as one of Israel’s historic milestones, which include the Balfour Declaration and President Harry Truman’s acceptance of Israel into the family of nations.
These stories and more are included in the Friends of Zion Museum.
The Friends of Zion Heritage Center has become one of the central institutions in the state of Israel influencing the world and strengthening Israel’s relations globally while fortifying the pillars of the State of Israel. In addition to more than 31 million members globally the museum has hosted over 100 diplomats such as U.S. Ambassador David Freedman, President Rivlin, tens of thousands of Christian and Jewish leaders, NBA and NFL superstars, leading Hollywood actors and singers—and it has become a must-see site in Jerusalem.