WASHINGTON – What a time to go to Israel!

With a major shift in relations taking place between the U.S. and the Jewish state, not only will you get a spiritual recharge in the Holy Land, but you will get to hear from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, other top Israeli officials and new U.S. Ambassador David Friedman on the political changes taking place.

That’s what the WND Israel Tour, led by Joseph and Elizabeth Farah, is offering this November.

For the last five years, the Farahs have been leading some of the biggest tours of Israel from the U.S. For the thousands who have taken them, they have been unforgettable, once-in-a-lifetime adventures. And this year’s tour promises to be something really special.

“It’s the perfect tour, coming, as it does, with a tidal shift in relations between the U.S. and Israel,” says Joseph Farah, a former Middle East correspondent and Christian Arab-American champion of the Jewish state. “Not only will we be seeing all the sights in Israel, but we will be hearing from those on the changing political dynamics at work in Washington and Jerusalem.”

Benjamin Netanyahu

Benjamin Netanyahu

Check out the educational and inspiring itinerary here.

Farah says every tour he has led in recent years has been remarkable one way or another, but he is most excited about this one.

“We’ve been kicked off the Temple Mount by the Muslims,” he said. “We’ve been harassed by ultra-Orthodox Jews. We’ve seen genuine miracles take place. We’ve seen lives changed. And we’ve been blessed by it all.”

David M. Friedman

David M. Friedman

But this year promises to be special with the inclusion of plans to interact with Netanyahu and Friedman and other Israelis who are restoring relations between the U.S. and the Jewish state after eight terribly trying years.

“As always, we will be offering spiritual and biblical insights into the Hebraic roots of the Christian faith in our teachings,” Farah said. “We will be offering the finest worship music, baptisms in the Jordan and all that Israel has to offer from the Galilee to the Dead Sea and, of course, Jerusalem.”

Whether it’s your first time to Israel or you’re a frequent visitor, this will be an unforgettable trip and a time to make new friends for life, Farah promises.

It may seem like November is far off.

But international airline bookings at our preferential tour group fares will likely be exhausted by June or July. This is the time to ensure you get the best deals, the best accommodations and the best tour of Israel money can buy.

Check out the itinerary and make your plans now.

Got questions? Ready to register? Call Coral Tours at 866-267-2511 now!


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