November 10, 2018 | Interview: Zak Meiri—Community Security Service


Interview: Zak Meiri

Only a few weeks ago we were shocked and saddened by the news of the deadly act of anti-Semitism at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, PA. Many of us here at The Friends of Israel were teaching or working at prophecy conferences around the U.S. and when we heard the news we immediately stopped and prayed for those in harm’s way and for the families of the victims. Why is there a such hatred towards the Jewish people? We will learn today that it is a spiritual issue and how the Jewish people are working to protect themselves.

We welcome to the program this week Zak Meiri, Deputy Director of the Community Security Service (CSS). Zak will explain how the CSS is helping the Jewish people build a safe and secure community. No one wants to live in fear but you must live in reality and that is what he and his team are teaching how to keep places of worship safe inside the Jewish community. The man who did this horrific act said, “All Jews must die.” And this has been the cry of the enemy since God chose Abraham and his descendants to bless the world. Please do not forget to pray for the Jewish people all over the world today and let them know you support and love them by helping in their time of need.

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You can read The Friends of Israel Gospel Ministry’s executive director Jim Showers’ full statement on the Tree of Life Synagogue shooting here:

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