Israel makes History with first-ever Judeo-Christian Party on Ballot

History has been made in Israel as the first-ever Judeo-Christian political party has made it on the ballot in the April 9 elections in Israel.

While the most focus in the news is the battle of the two Benjamins (Benjamin Netanyahu and Benny Gantz), Bible Bloc party founder Avi Lipkin explains how he expects his party to grow with what he expects will soon be a mass immigration of Jews AND CHRISTIANS into Israel in the upcoming years.

Avi, what is so special about getting a Judeo-Christian party on the ballot in Israel?

  • For the first time in 2,000 years, Jews and Christians are marching together in the streets of Jerusalem as brethren and allies. The Gush Hatankhi/Bible Bloc Party is the ONLY party to give Christian and Messianic candidates parity in the candidates’ list.  


What is the likelihood of you gaining any Knesset seats for your new party?

  • There are no Christians in the Knesset today even though Christians and non-Jews total over half a million citizens in Israel or about 8% of the electorate. By all rights, we should receive four Knesset seats to properly include this underrepresented people group.  Our party will give equal representation to Jews and Christians if we received the minimum required votes of 145,000 to surpass the voter threshold to enter the Knesset with the minimum required Knesset seats. The breakdown of our natural constituents is 400,000 Christians and Jewish spouses from the former USSR, 100,000 Arabic-speaking Christians, and 20,000 Messianic Jews, totaling 520,000 potential voters, in addition to many Jews who have lived in Western countries and would like to see Judeo-Christian Western Civilization and Democracy in Israel.

Is your party conservative, liberal or in between?

  •  Conservative

Where does your Party stand relative to President Trump?

  • Pro-Trump

What is your response to President having moved the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem? And where do you stand on Donald Trump acknowledging the sovereignty of the Golan Heights?

  •  We strongly support both decisions from President Trump.

What are some of your books and where many people get them or additional information about them or The Bible Bloc party?



Dennis Avi Lipkin grew up in the greater New York City area and attended New York University and Hebrew University in Israel, majoring in Sovietology and Spanish/Latin American studies. He later attended Jewish Theological Seminary as part of their MA program.

Avi served in the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) beginning in1972 as an IDF Spokesman for the Judea and Samaria Command under Lt. Col Rafael Horovitz and later was an officer in the IDF Spokesman’s Office, and a senior translator in the Israel Ministry of Tourism.

In 1989 and 1990, Avi worked as senior editor and translator in the News Department of Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir’ press office before launching a 28-year lecture circuit to over 1,000 churches and synagogues in the US, Canada, Mexico, UK, Norway, Finland, Holland, Belgium, Switzerland, Greece, Russia, Austria, Poland and Israel. Avi has also appeared on hundreds of radio and TV shows including Fox News Channel.

An accomplished author, Avi Lipkin has written seven books: Is Fanatic Islam a Global Threat?, Christian Revival for Israel’s Survival, Islamic Threat Updates Almanac #1, Israel’s Bible Bloc, Islam Prophesied In Genesis, Return to Mecca, and Islamic Rivalry.

Dennis Avi Lipkin is founder of the first-ever Judeo-Christian Bible Bloc political party, called “Gush Hatanakhi” in Hebrew, and is hopeful to gain some Knesset seats in the next election.

Avi is married to Rachel, an Egyptian born Jewess who made Aliyah (immigrated) to Israel in 1969 and worked for Israel’s Radio service in Arabic for 30 years, monitoring Arabic language broadcasts on radio and TV as well as newspapers. Together they have two sons and 9 grandchildren.



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