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Iran Issues Lifetime Death Sentence

“Our nation will not give up until they take revenge on his blood as its right.” That was Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s closing statement after issuing what amounts to a lifetime fatwa (death sentence) against President Trump and his family. Read on to learn why we must pray more than ever for Israel, America and the Trump family. -Mat

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On December 23, as Americans were preparing to celebrate the birth of our Savior, Iran rained missiles down on the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad, Iraq. Fortunately, most of the missiles failed to deploy and no Americans were harmed.

But on December 30, as Americans were preparing to celebrate the New Year, Iran took another bold step, calling a blood debt fatwa on President Donald J. Trump. Iran’s justification of the decree arises out of the death of Iranian terrorist General Qasem Soleimani’s death at the hands of the U.S. military.

Islamic and Bedouin desert cultures maintain an ancient custom that when they believe that someone is unjustly killed, blood must be shed to atone for the crime – a “blood debt.” According to some Islamic cultural beliefs, that blood debt may be extracted from anyone in the offending party’s family.

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Note that Iranian President Rouhani declared, “Our nation will not give up until they take revenge on his blood as its right,” [emphasis added]. Rouhani was ordering a hit not just on President Donald J. Trump, but also his wife, his children and his entire family.

That so-called blood debt does not expire when President Trump leaves office. It does not expire if President Trump never speaks on world politics again. The debt is not considered paid until Trump blood is shed, no matter how long that may take.

It is indisputable that President Donald J. Trump has done more for Israel than any other American president in history. Whether it was moving the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem, or leading the world in recognizing Israel’s sovereignty over its biblical homeland or successfully implementing the Abraham Accords, Trump empowered Israel and helped restore peace to the Holy Land.

Therefore, Iran’s twisted leaders hate him and will spend the rest of President Trump’s life trying to execute their fatwa and extract Trump blood.

I believe the dream I had about President Trump has remained with me because he needs our heartfelt prayers and support RIGHT NOW. So does America and Israel.

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Now, more than ever we need to pray. Pray for America. Pray for Israel and pray for President Donald J. Trump and his entire family.

Evil forces are at work across the globe. But we KNOW our God is greater than the worst storm. Our God is far greater than the greatest evil. And we know our God hears our prayers.

I hope you will join me in signing this important letter of prayer to President Trump, and that you will commit to praying regularly. Simply select here to sign now.

I hope you will also prayerfully consider financially supporting Christians In Defense of Israel’s mission. For as trying as 2020 was, 2021 is already shaping up to be an exceedingly challenging year.

With the seating of the 117th Congress, we will have much work to do in educating new legislators on why it is so important for America to stand with Israel. And we continue to work on expanding the Abraham Accords, as well as defending Israel on the domestic and international stage. We will need your help this year more than ever!

Please, select here or the button below to Defend Israel.

Mat Staver
Chairman

P.S. Christians in Defense of Israel works hard in the halls of power in Washington, DC, the Middle East and throughout the world to defend the nation of Israel. Please be a part of our blessing to Israel today by giving generously.