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Terrorism Expert to Speak during National Religious Broadcasters Convention

December 16, 2008

NASHVILLE, Tenn., Dec. 16 /PRNewswire/ — David Rubin, author of “God,
Israel, & Shiloh: Returning To The Land” (http://www.GodIsraelShiloh.com) and
founder of the Shiloh Israel Children’s Fund
(http://www.ShilohIsraelChildren.org), will speak at the 2009 International
Christian Prayer and Action Dinner for Israel on Feb. 9, along with Michael
Little
, president and chief executive officer of the Christian Broadcasting
Network. Alaska governor and former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin has also been invited as a guest speaker. The event will take place during the
National Religious Broadcasters 2009 Convention & Exposition at the Gaylord
Opryland Resort & Convention Center in Nashville.

Rubin is a former victim of and a leading expert on terrorism,
specializing in terrorism’s effect on children. In 2001, Rubin and his
three-year-old son were wounded in a vicious shooting attack. Both survived
the ordeal, and upon his recovery, Rubin launched the Shiloh Israel Children’s
Fund. The organization provides direct aid to orphans and widows, and supports
post-trauma treatment programs and hands-on therapeutic learning programs. The
organization also funds a number of initiatives for child victims of
terrorism, including playgrounds, and summer programs.

Rubin has appeared in special forums and on national and local television
and radio programs. Much of his story, as well as his perspective on Israel’s
road from exile to independence, can be found in his book, “God, Israel, &
Shiloh: Returning To The Land,” available at Amazon.com and
BarnesandNoble.com. Rubin speaks from a position of faith, and proposes bold,
realistic solutions to counter the forces of terrorism in the Middle East and
in the world.

Rubin grew up in the United States. While pursuing a doctorate in
education at Columbia University, Rubin also conducted extensive research in
Jewish history. He began to explore his biblical roots in depth, leading him
to the conclusion that his future was not in the world of American academia,
but rather in the hills of Israel as one of the builders of the land that God
promised to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, and to their descendants.

In 1992, Rubin moved to the village of Shiloh, where he subsequently
served as its mayor. During his term, he began to develop productive
relationships with Christian Zionists, based on mutual respect and the shared
belief that all believers in the God of Israel need to work together to
achieve his purposes in this world.

Rubin will be in the United StatesFeb. 1-9 and is available for phone
interviews now, and interviews in the Nashville and Atlanta areas Feb. 2-6. To
schedule an interview, or for more information, contact Ty Mays at
(770) 256-8710 or ty@infinityconcepts.net.

SOURCE Shiloh Israel Children’s Fund


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