Aug 16, 2022
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Israel will have its own Freedom Convoy inspired by Canadian truckers. The convoy will take place on Monday, February 14. The convoy will begin in the central region and make its way to Jerusalem towards the afternoon.

The official poster of the historical event features trucks driving through the Red Sea, symbolizing a modern-day ‘Exodus’ to freedom. The message is clear: Just as Moses led the Jewish people out of slavery in Egypt to freedom in Israel, so too will this convoy to Jerusalem lead the people of Israel to freedom from some of the world’s strictest Covid mandates.

Mask mandates are being eased worldwide with   New York and Saskatchewan, Canada. Even CNN’s health contributor Dr. Leana Wen has said that the “science has changed” on masks calling to abolish government mask-mandates/ since the Israeli convoy is heading to Jerusalem, it could be the event that sparks Isaiah’s prophecy, which speaks of the nations taking off their masks from ‘this mountain’ in Israel:

And He will destroy on this mount the shroud That is drawn over the faces of all the peoples And the covering that is spread over all the nations (Isaiah 25:7)

An organizer of the Israeli Freedom Convoy who preferred to remain anonymous spoke to Israel365 News, saying: “We began with a Facebook group on Friday,” he said. “There are currently over 27,000 members, and that number grows every time I check.”

“Any vehicle can join,” he said. “We will begin with small gatherings in separate locations around the country to join together in Jerusalem to show the government that the people will not accept these mandates anymore.”

“Our message is the same as the other convoys around the world. The government needs to stop entirely all of the restrictions related to the pandemic. The government must stop classifying this as a national emergency. This is the first stage of what the government must do.”

The group is not making any declarations regarding medical procedures.

“This is an issue of government and freedom. Each person should make their considerations when deciding whether to vaccinate. But the rules about how to work and how to travel that are enforced on the general public must end.”