Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro thanked the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) for sending a delegation of divers, engineers and medical experts, to aid in the search for survivors following the collapse of a dam that killed at least 99 people and left hundreds missing earlier this month.
Brazil’s newly-inaugurated President Jair Bolsonaro learned that being a friend of Zion has its benefits as Israeli Prime Minister promised to send a team to help with a tragic dam collapse that killed at least 40.
A little known story spanning several decades reveals the hidden connection connecting Brazil’s new president with Israel’s prime minister. And how together, the two leaders may be designated to usher in the Messiah.
Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attended the inauguration of Brazil’s new President Jair Bolsonaro in the Brazilian capital, Brasilia, yesterday. Netanyahu was accompanied by his wife, Sara.
During his on-going trip to Brazil, Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with Brazilian Christian Friends of Israel in Rio de Janeiro. Netanyahu remarked, “We have no better friends in the world than the evangelical community.”
President-elect Bolsonaro awarded Prime Minister Netanyahu Brazil’s highest and most important national award for high-ranking guests, which is awarded to prominent and influential people and was previously granted to former US President Dwight D. Eisenhower and Queen Elizabeth II.
The role of evangelical leaders in the election of President-elect Jair Bolsonaro was as historical as it was with President Trump in the United States. Strengthening the ties with the US and Israel was a promise he made while running for office, and he wants to deliver.
In further signs of the burgeoning relationship between Israel and Brazil, the Prime Minister’s Office confirmed Monday that Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will travel to Brazil to attend the inauguration of Brazilian President-elect Jair Bolsonaro.