Evangelical leader Michael D. Evans nominated for Nobel Peace Prize by Bobby Brown, senior vice president of Ariel University in Israel
JERUSALEM, January 25, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Michael David Evans, founder of the Friends of Zion Heritage Center and Museum in Jerusalem, was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize. He dedicated his life to fighting anti-Semitism.
Evans was a victim of anti-Semitism who was strangled by his own father at age 11 as he tried to defend his Jewish mother.
The application was submitted by Bobby BrownSenior Vice President of Ariel University at Israel. He said “The reason I named mike evans it’s because I don’t know anyone alive who does more to fight anti-Semitism.”
Sunday, January 31, 2022 is the last day for submission of a nominee for this year’s award.
The late ninth president of Israel, Shimon Peres, was the founding international president of the Friends of Sion. He commissioned the Friends of Zion award which has been given to 22 world leaders, including two US presidents, George W. Bush and Donald J. Trump.
mike evans said: “It is a great honor to be nominated, but I consider the fight against anti-Semitism an even greater honor. The key to happiness is to dedicate your life to a cause greater than yourself. I have such a cause.”
At Mike Evans’ birthday on June 30, 1984 Mr. Evans was informed by the ATF that, Richard Wayne Snella white supremacist and Jew hater, was heading to Evans’ house to kill him in Colleyville, TX. Snell had already killed an Arkansas State Trooper along the way.
“I do not know anyone who has done more in my life to fight anti-Semitism, and especially someone who has been the victim of anti-Semitism,” the rabbi said. Israel Goldsteina survivor of the Poway synagogue mass shooting, said of Evans.
“Mike Evans is a freedom fighter in a world where horizons are darkening and shrinking. In his devotion to IsraelMike consistently demonstrated the moral clarity necessary to defend Israel against the lies and distortions of his enemies, and defended the claim of the Jewish people to the Land of Israel.” Former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
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SOURCE Friends of Zion