Glen Beck - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Everett(Ephraim)
    • 15.08.11 | 03:09 (IDT)

    As a Christian,who converted to Judaism in 1987 at Stephen S. Weiss Temple in Bel Air,Ca. because of conviction not marriage,I believe Mr. Beck to hold the best interests of Israel in his heart.I support One Jerusalem just as he does.Many of his "radical" predictions are coming to pass.I firmly believe that anyone who supports Israel so fervently should be held in high esteem!

    from the article: Not Jewish enough for Glenn Beck – nor Israeli enough
    First published 17:31 14.08.11 | Last updated 17:31 14.08.11
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