Wednesday, June 15, 2011
UPDATE: As the article below indicates, Ynet has reported the attendance of Governor Palin and others at Glenn Beck's rally in Israel. I have not heard any confirmation via the media that this is a definite done deal. Stay tuned for more information when/if it becomes available.
When Governor Palin recently visited Israel, she said she would return. Ynet reports that this is expected to happen this summer as she joins Glenn Beck and other prominent Americans for his Restoring Courage Rally in August:
Tens of thousands of excited Israelis and Americans, music performances, appearances by local and international celebrities, senior politicians and a live broadcast that will reach millions of viewers – this is just some of what is in store for Glenn Beck's upcoming rally "to restore courage," which is set to take place on August 24 in Jerusalem.
Beck has been leading a publicity campaign for the event over the past few weeks, urging his viewers and listeners to fly out to the Holy Land.
Christian Fox News personality aims to show support for Israel by recreating last August's rally "to restore honor," which he held in Washington, DC.
This year, the Wailing Wall will replace Lincoln Memorial as the backdrop for the event, which will take place at Jerusalem's Old City and the Teddy Stadium simultaneously.
The multi-million dollar production is expected to be attended by a convoy of American dignitaries, including former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin. US Senator Joe Lieberman, a Democrat, and Republicans Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, Mike Huckabee and Congresswoman Michelle [sic] Bachman are to join Beck at the rally as well.