Just as looney as the muzzies.... Michelle Bachmann finishes Israel tour wanting Jews to convert to Christianity because Jesus is 'coming soon’ BY Nicole Hensley NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Monday, November 9, 2015, 2:25 AM A A A Share this URL Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images Michele Bachmann left Israel feeling "warm and fuzzy" and with the desire to convert people of Jewish faith to Christianity. Former Congresswoman Michelle Bachmann wrapped up a tour through Israel with a renewed drive to convert as many Jews as possible to Christianity. She returned to the United States after a week-long tour organized by the Family Research Council calling for mass conversions before the second coming of Jesus, she told the conservative Christian group’s president. “The Holy Spirit is speaking to each one of us to be faithful in the Kingdom and help bring in as many as we can,” Bachmann told Tony Perkins in an interview obtained by Right Wing Watch. “Even among the Jews.” “Because again, he’s coming soon,” Bachmann added. The 2012 Republican candidate drop-out attends an Evangelical church known as Eagle Brook Church close to her home in the state’s sixth congressional district. She left Israel with a “warm fuzzing feeling” after sightseeing through an archeological site at Qumran in the West Bank. But that feeling was overshadowed by Bachmann’s worries of increasing violence in Israel, an indication of Biblical prophecy, she said on Perkins’ “Washington Watch.” “We’re reading our newspapers at the same time we’re learning about these Biblical events,” Bachmann added. “It’s literally day-by-day by-day we’re seeing the fulfillment of scripture in front of our eyes.” My mom and I are off to Israel! We join Tony Perkins, 120 other travelers as well as staff from Family Research Council on our trip to the Holy Land. Please pray safety for our group and for the nation of Israel. A photo posted by Michele Bachmann (@michelebachmann) on Oct 27, 2015 at 8:26pm PDT During her trip, Bachmann shared a handful of stories to Twitter documenting a Palestinian woman stabbing an Israeli security guard at a checkpoint and a stabbing at the University of California Merced where a college student killed by police allegedly wrote “praise Allah” in a manifesto. Bachmann took her mother, Jean, to Israel as a travel companion, according to her Instagram.