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“Where you go, I shall go. Your peo­ple are my peo­ple, your God is my God . . . As a man who also wor­ships the one God, in the times that we live in, it is clear that what is go­ing on is God’s work. If we are silent, evil will win. But if we stand up and take charge, God will do the rest,” Glenn Beck told the Is­raeli Knes­set dur­ing a visit on July 11.

“The me­dia as we know it, pol­i­tics as we know it, is over. It is go­ing to change. My mes­sage to you is to think out of the box. and the way to think out of the box is to just tell the truth,” Mr. Beck added, not­ing that his sup­port for Is­rael has “deep­ened” since the 9/11 at­tacks.

He re­turns to Is­rael Aug. 24 for “Restor­ing Courage,” a pub­lic rally sim­i­lar to a large scale patriotic event Mr. Beck staged at the Lin­coln Me­mo­rial last year.

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