Benjamin Netanyahu
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Netanyahu in 2012
9th and 13th Prime Minister of Israel
Assumed office 31 March 2009
President Shimon PeresReuven Rivlin
Preceded by Ehud Olmert
In office 18 June 1996 – 6 July 1999
President Ezer Weizman
Preceded by Shimon Peres
Succeeded by Ehud Barak
Minister of Foreign Affairs
Assumed office 14 May 2015
Preceded by Avigdor Lieberman
In office 18 December 2012 – 11 November 2013
Preceded by Avigdor Lieberman
Succeeded by Avigdor Lieberman
In office 6 November 2002 – 28 February 2003
Prime Minister Ariel Sharon
Preceded by Shimon Peres
Succeeded by Silvan Shalom
Leader of the Opposition
In office 28 March 2006 – 31 March 2009
Prime Minister Ehud Olmert
Preceded by Amir Peretz
Succeeded by Tzipi Livni
Minister of Finance
In office 28 February 2003 – 9 August 2005
Prime Minister Ariel Sharon
Preceded by Silvan Shalom
Succeeded by Ehud Olmert
Permanent Representative of Israel to the United Nations
In office 1984–1988
President Chaim Herzog
Prime Minister Yitzhak ShamirShimon Peres
Preceded by Yehuda Zvi Blum
Succeeded by Yohanan Bein
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Born (1949-10-21) 21 October 1949 (age 67)Tel Aviv, Israel
Nationality Israeli
Political party Likud
Other political affiliations Likud Beiteinu (2012–14)
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  • Miriam Weizmann (1972–1978)
  • Fleur Cates (1981–1984)
  • Sara Ben-Artzi (1991–)
Children 3
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  • Writer
  • Economic consultant
  • Marketing executive
  • Politician
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Website netanyahu.org.il/en/
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Allegiance  Israel
Service/branch Israeli Defense Forces
Years of service 1967–1973
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Unit Sayeret Matkal
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Pakistani Christians showing love for the House of Israel, but faced religious d...


Dear Benjamin Netanyahu sir,

God Bless Israel and its people. Amen,

Sir, Pakistani Christians need your kind focus attention, please read the letter carefully. Aamir Suleman Aziz

The supreme court of Pakistan dismissed a civil petition leave to appeal no. C.P.87/K-2014, for Israeli Pilgrimage on non-prosecution grounds, that was filed by me Aamir Suleman Aziz, as I am the Deputy Secretary General of “God’s Peoples Fellowship of Pakistan” (GPFP) which is an only pro-Israeli Christian religious organization in Pakistan tirelessly struggling in Pakistan for the recognition for the state of Israel since 1985. The GPFP has been continuously urging the Pakistani government through different forums, especially through press conferences, press demonstration and court petitions as well to recognize the state of Israel and allow millions of Pakistani Christians and thousands of Pakistani Jews living in Pakistan with their hidden identity but all in vain. The Pakistani Christians, since the creation of Pakistan are seeking permission for pilgrimage visit to the Holy Bible land “City of King David” Jerusalem, which is situated in Israel with endorsement on Pakistani Passports. The Pakistani Christians have once again experienced religious discrimination as the Honorable Supreme Court did not send any notice or summon to the petitioner for such hearing and the petition was dismissed. When Mr.Ashraf P.Butt advocate, Secretary General of GPFP asked the Supreme Court, the officials said that they have sent a letter to the petitioner, but in fact the petitioner did not get any such summon or letter by the Honorable court. Whereas the complete address along with email and cell phone number had been provided by the petitioner. Sir, it is our legitimate religious right and the matter of Christian religious liberty, and it is also pertinent to mention here that on the verge of creation of Pakistan as a Muslim state, there were Christians who came forward and supported the concept of the founder of Pakistan Mohammad Ali Jinnah and educated people in the Christian institutes to extend their full support as they believed that this new Muslim state would be more permissive for the religious freedom, rights and safe guard of the religious minorities, as it was even assured by the founder of Pakistan M.A.Jinnah. In the year 1974 a bilateral protocol agreement was made between India and Pakistan for pilgrimage visit within the two countries, then why not with Israel in the largest religious interest of Pakistani Christians? When Malaysia can allow its Christians for The pilgrimage visit to Israel, then why can’t Pakistan do the same? The Board members of GPFP despite of all the danger and serious life threats and attacks by some Islamic extremist groups will continue their efforts for the recognition of the State of Israel in Pakistan because "for Zion sake i will not keep silent and for Jerusalem sake i will not keep quiet" Isaiah 62:1

Sir, keeping in view the above mentioned circumstances, reasons and grounds it is requested to extend your full cooperation in highlighting this burning religious issue in the international media because Pakistani Christians needs your generous practical help in this regards.

Sir, please do not let this call go unanswered.

May God Bless You!

Yours Sincerely,

Aamir Suleman Aziz,
Deputy Secretary General, (GPFP)
email: aamiraziz@ymail.com
Cell: 0092 332 3001145, UAE no. 00971 52 7490855
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