Pro-Israel Evangelicals Stay Silent on Trump's 'Fuck Bibi' Comment

From prominent organizations to leading pastors, Evangelical supporters of Israel have not commented on Trump's incredible attack on Netanyahu, signaling the movement's confusion as one of its heroes turns on another

Amir Tibon
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Prominent Evangelical leaders and organizations in the United States have been silent since Friday on the biggest news story in Israel: an interview with former U.S. President Donald Trump in which he strongly attacked former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

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