If you are not Jewish and you want to see Israel, there will soon be a program for you, according to a report by JNS.org.
Israeli Tourism Minister Uzi Landau said he hopes to create a program modeled after the Taglit-Birthright Israel, for young evangelical Christians, as part of an effort to increase Christian tourism to the Jewish state.
"Christians have a problem with their next generation too," Landau said. "We are trying to reach out to the public in order to generate tourism and support for the state of Israel. When these tourists return to their homeland, they are our ambassadors,” Landau also said.
The Birthright program, which celebrated its 13th anniversary in January, has led more than 350,000 young Jews on free trips to Israel. Landau expects the Christian Birthright model program to be funded by private philanthropists from the Jewish and Christian community.