JERUSALEM, Nov. 23, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The American business man, and former communications director In Trump's administration, Anthony Scaramucci, visited at FOZ (Friends of Zion museum) as part of his stay in Jerusalem.
Anthony Scaramucci, who is the former White House communications director, came to experience the Interactive FOZ Museum tour, in order to recognize and honor the long history of the non- Jewish Zionism. The museum presents the story of the friendship, cooperation and support the non-Jewish friends of all religions, gave the Jewish nation in the last 200 years, until the reformation of the state of Israel.
Scaramucci, was moved by the support the Jewish nation got from its non-Jewish friends from around the world and said: "God gave the Jews this wonderful land known as Israel, and yet there had been resistance over the last few decades. But we know in our hearts what is right and what is true, and we know in our hearts what is good and what is evil, and I hope this museum produces an awakening for all mankind to come here and recognize the need for a Zionist nation in Israel, and a sanctuary for Jews worldwide".
Scaramucci and his delegation toured the museum, and watched the exhibits with the most advanced technology in the world, including three-dimensional projection mapping on unique sculptures and complex rotoscope animations that brings live-action video footage into a painted media. They learned about the contributions of Friends of Zion such as US President Harry Truman, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, US president's forefather, Prof. George W. Bush, Orde Wingate, and righteous gentiles such as Oskar Schindler, Raoul Wallenberg and the Ten-Boom family, who risked their lives to save Jews persecuted throughout the world.
SOURCE Friends of Zion Museum