The Jewish people claim Israel as their homeland. The Palestinians say the Jews are “occupying” it. Forces on all sides would like to drive the Jewish people from it.
But who really has a right to the land?
This episode of “Focus on Israel” features part of Proclaiming Justice to the Nations’ newest documentary, “Israel Indivisible: The Case for the Ancient Homeland”. This feature-length film focuses on the proof that the Jewish people have rights to the land. More and more archeological and historical discoveries are made each year that prove the accuracy of both the Bible and other historical texts. On a legal level, many international treaties and resolutions also prove and support Israel’s existence and rights.
“Israel Indivisible” tells the story of Israel and the Jewish people as seen and heard through the lives and voices of the people who lived and died to establish and hold the land God calls His. From Abram and the promise, to the fall of the Ottoman Empire, the film examines the biblical, archeological and historical evidence for the ancient and modern country of Israel.
The film also exposes the many political twists and turns that make Israel the world’s most controversial nation. At the center of all of this history is a group of people who are agreeably the world’s most persecuted. The story of the many is tied together in the story of the one, and that one is Israel.
Filmed on location in Israel, the documentary features archeological and historical sites throughout the land. Numerous experts also speak on the rights the Jewish people have to their homeland by the overwhelming evidence in the biblical, historical, archaeological and legal arenas.
Some of the experts featured include:
- Daniel “Danny” Ayalon, deputy foreign minister of Israel. Formerly he served as Israeli ambassador to the United States from 2002 until 2006
- Caroline Glick, American-Israeli journalist, deputy managing editor of The Jerusalem Post
- Dr. Erwin Lutzer, senior pastor of The Moody Church since 1980, award-winning author of more than 20 books
- Rabbi Ken Spiro, Middle East historian with Jerusalem Online University
- Roger Simon, novelist and screenwriter. He was formerly CEO of PJ Media
- James Woolsey, former director of the CIA
- Chris Mitchell, the Middle East bureau chief for CBN News
- Richard Perle, assistant secretary of Defense, the Reagan administration
- Rabbi Abraham Cooper, associate dean, Simon Wiesenthal Center
- Dr. Patrice Gordon, pastor at City of David Church