Posted by: Elena's Israel Blog | 05/25/2011


Amid 29 standing ovations, Benyamin Netanyahu delivered a passionate, thoughtful, cordial, yet powerful, knowledgeable address to the U.S. Congress yesterday, May 24, 2011. Obviously a righteous and democratic voice among surrounding hostile nations, he is Prime Minister of the U.S.’s most important ally, the only place of true freedom in the Middle East, Israel. He declared definitively that Israel will NOT return to its pre 6-Day War boundaries, which were undefensible. He also stated that Israel is not what is wrong with the Middle East; it is what is RIGHT! He also pointed out the the less than 1% of Arab Muslims living in Israel are the only ones who enjoy total freedom and are quite happy being Israeli citizens. I believe he taught us all a true lesson on the state of affairs in the Holy Land of Israel. Although not religious, he said this: “This is the land of our forefathers, the Land of Israel, to which Abraham brought the idea of one God, where David set out to confront Goliath, and where Isaiah saw a vision of eternal peace.  No distortion of history can deny the four thousand year old bond, between the Jewish people and the Jewish land.”

“‘I will grant peace in the land, and you will lie down and no one will make you afraid. I will remove wild beasts from the land, and the sword will not pass through your country.” Leviticus 26:6

Please click on this link NetanyahuSpeech to read his complete address.



  1. I was listening to him on Fox News with Sean Hannity last night. He is a true leader who believes in God, democracy, freedom and protects his people.

  2. from Lenore Eidse: We have been praising God for the eloquence, courage and boldness that the Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu has displayed to the world, in stating Israel’s position, right to exist, and rule their own nation. Thank God for a leader of such caliber; we wish that other leaders possessed the same fortitude and backbone, in the face of adversity. Too often, the “correct political stance” is taken in order to placate other nations with whom there is a connection of mutual benefit.

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