Taylor Force’s Family to Receive Award at the Sixth Annual World Values Network Champions of Jewish Values Awards Gala on March 8
The World Values Network is honored to announce that Stuart and Robbi Force along with their daughter Kristen, will receive an award at The Sixth Annual Champions of Jewish Values International Awards Gala, which will be held on March 8th, in memory of their late son-Taylor whom was tragically killed in Tel Aviv two years ago at the hands of Palestinian terrorists.
Taylor Force was a West Point graduate and an Army Captain who served tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. He was murdered by a terrorist on March 8, exactly two years prior to the upcoming Gala. Force was on tour in Israel at the time as a private citizen with a group of graduate students from Vanderbilt University. Ten other students were wounded in the attack on March 8th, 2016—Taylor Force was the only fatality.
His parents, Stuart and Robbi have been responsible for championing, “The Taylor Force Act” which would stop American economic aid to the Palestinian Authority until the PA changes its laws to cease paying stipends to the families of deceased terrorists. On December 5th, The Taylor Force Act passed through the House of Representatives with both sides of the house saying the bill’s passage was long over-due.
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The World Values Network
Our organization has proven uniquely effective in promoting Jewish Values and defending Israel in mainstream and international media. Together with world leaders from every sphere, we tackle today’s pressing issues through debates, panels, forums, and lectures at venues worldwide. Along with these, we have orchestrated massive and immensely effective ad campaigns to protect the Jewish State and introduce Americans to the beauty of Jewish values.In 2013, Rabbi Shmuley launched the inaugural Champions of Jewish Values International Awards Gala, a prestigious platform recognizing those who strive to positively affect society.
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