Article by Bryan Howard
April 23, 2019
President Trump and Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu are becoming best friends with one another, which has fixed the relationship between the United States and Israel that was extremely fractured from the Obama administration. The friendship is about to take new heights with reports claiming Netanyahu may name Golan Heights after President Trump.
Golan Heights has been recognized by President Trump as Israeli land, which has been denounced unjustly by the rest of the world and Democrats in the United States. This has given Israel a defense sorely needed from the radical Islamic terrorists. This act by Trump did not go unnoticed by Israeli’s Prime Minister Netanyahu.
The Jerusalem Post wrote,
If Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has his way, alongside Katzrin, Ramot and Ramat Magshimim on the Golan Heights, there may someday soon be a community named Kiryat Trump.
Netanyahu, who on Tuesday toured the Golan with his wife and sons, said a community or neighborhood on the Golan Heights should be named after U.S. President Donald Trump in appreciation for his decision last month to recognize Israeli sovereignty over the strategic plateau.
“I am here with my family and many citizens of Israel at the foot of the Golan Heights, happy with the joy of the holiday and our beautiful country,” Netanyahu said in a video post. “And there is more joy — a few weeks ago I brought President Trump’s official recognition of Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights forever.”