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Hagee to All Israel News: This day 'nothing short of a literal miracle'

Pastor John Hagee (Photo: screenshot)

WASHINGTON D.C. —  In an interview today with All Israel News, John Hagee - founder of Christians United for Israel - said that the signing of a historic peace treaty between Israel, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain is "nothing short of a literal miracle."

"This is a day that people, six months ago, would have said this could not possibly happen," Hagee told All Israel News Editor-in-Chief Joel Rosenberg on the White House Lawn. "But because of the efforts of our president and (Israeli Prime Minister) Benjamin Netanyahu, the sons of Abraham are coming together for the first time in thousands of years."

CUFI is a pro-Israel organization comprised of 9 million members from around the world.

'This is nothing short of a literal miracle, and if they don't give the president the Nobel Peace Prize, they should stop giving it away," Hagee said.

This peace agreement between Israel, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain comes as an answer to the prayers of millions of Evangelical Christians around the world.

"For years, Israel has allowed (Palestinian leader Mahmoud) Abbas and the Palestinians to be the naysayers and control the debate," Hagee said noting how U.S. President Donald Trump has bypassed the Palestinians and went straight to other nations.

"The president has gone to other nations and entreated them to stay at the negotiating table, to find out that Israel has enormous contributions to make to their nations economically, medially, agriculturally."

"It is a fabulous day for these nations and it is a day that puts Iran on the defensive," Hagee said.

The All Israel News Staff is a team of journalists in Israel.

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