Two Words

It's time for American Jews to say thank-you to evangelicals—and to act accordingly.

Thousands of evangelicals from around the world celebrate at the annual Sukkot parade in Jerusalem, September 24, 2013. © Eddie Gerald/Demotix/Corbis.
Thousands of evangelicals from around the world celebrate at the annual Sukkot parade in Jerusalem, September 24, 2013. © Eddie Gerald/Demotix/Corbis.
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Oct. 13 2013
About the author

Elliott Abrams is a senior fellow for Middle Eastern studies at the Council on Foreign Relations, where he maintains a blog, Pressure Points.


Robert Nicholson’s Evangelicals and Israel should worry any Jewish supporter of Israel, for three major reasons.

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