Posted on 12/10/2017, 9:32:21 AM by Oshkalaboomboom
The memorial to President John F. Kennedy is shaped as the stump of a fallen tree, symbolizing a life cut short. Surrounding it are acres of pristine forest, planted long ago in his honor, with other adjoining acreage for his brother Robert, and still another for his son John, Jr.
The Kennedy Memorial is built on a tall plateau overlooking a lush valley so stunning it evokes images of Eden. On a clear day one can gaze all the way to the distant sea.
It is the largest memorial for the slain American president beyond the borders of the United States.
The 9/11 Living Memorial is shaped as a large bronze flag fluttering like a flame to symbolize the demise of the Twin Towers. Its base is made from the steel of the Towers. The names of all the victims of 9/11 are inscribed in the plaza surrounding the monument.
It is the largest 9/11 memorial beyond the borders of the United States.
Both memorials are in Jerusalem. Not London. Not Rome. Not Paris. Jerusalem, Israel.
No one from America asked or expected the Jews of Israel to build these memorials. But build them they did.
By a people and city that have always shared a sincere affection for the American nation, with a unique historical bond from the same Bible that inspired our ancestors to these shores to build a City on a Hill. A New Jerusalem.
So captivated were our Founding Fathers with Jerusalem that several studied Hebrew just so they could read the Bible in its original text. Abraham Lincoln wanted to travel there to be able to walk in the City of the Prophets.
(Excerpt) Read more at americanthinker.com …