There is a lot of debate about “international law” and the UNited Nations, the EU and even our very own government have condemned Israel’s plans to apply sovereignty over parts of Judea and Samaria (the Wset Bank) as “breaching international law”.

However, none of that is true. The truth is, according to international law (San Remo and UN Article 80), Israel has every right to the land given to them by God.

You can read more about Israel’s legal rights to Judea and Samaria here and watch below to find out more.

We call upon the UK Government to officially recognise Jerusalem is Israel's capital and move its embassy to Jerusalem.

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