“Their positive stories about Israel counter distortions and misrepresentations about the Jewish State, which often are reported in the media. Millions have read Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram posts from our influential guests, both during and after their visits to Israel,” a statement on their website reads.
Watson toured the village of Capernaum and stood in the ruins of the towns former synagogue before donning a robe and being baptized in the river.
Watson’s offseason from the Texans has found him in Jerusalem and the Old City as well as time in Italy. The young quarterback is coming off his first Pro Bowl season where he threw for over 4,000 yards and 26 touchdowns, leading the Texans to an 11-5 record and a playoff berth in 2018.
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