Tag Archive for Christian Zionist movement

Special envoy to UN seeks immediate suspension of aid money to Gaza


World Council of Independent Christian Churches at the UN: “No church or humanitarian organization should send a single cent to Gaza as long as it is run by a band of murderous terrorist bandits.”



All international humanitarian organizations need to immediately halt all aid money to Gaza until it can be proven that the money isn’t being squandered by Hamas, a leading Christian-Zionist said Wednesday.

Laurie Cardoza-Moore speaking at the United Nations. – Photo :PJTN

“The enemy of the people of Gaza is Hamas, not Israel. Hamas has hijacked the coastal strip and rules over its people with an iron fist. Continue Reading »

WATCH: Christian Zionist Explains Success In #BDSfail From State to State

view videoPJTN president Laurie Cardoza-Moore has successfully pioneered anti-BDS legislature in 4 U.S. states, with an amazing 35 states & 6 foreign countries queuing to do the same.

By Yoni Kempinski


Laurie Cardoza-Moore, president of the Christian Zionist NPO Proclaiming Justice to the Nations (PJTN), has been a leading force campaigning to defend the Jewish state from the scourge of BDS that pushes to boycott and economically attack Israel.


Cardoza-Moore sat down with Arutz Sheva to discuss her important activities in confronting BDS throughout the US and abroad.

Laurie Cardoza-Moore, president of the Christian Zionist NPO Proclaiming Justice to the Nations (PJTN) – Facebook Photo

PJTN launched its anti-BDS campaign in Tennessee with a resolution against investing in companies taking part in the boycott movement, seeking to fight the phenomenon and educate about the nationwide “anti-Semitic movement.” Continue Reading »

The Man in Black’s Zionist roots

Professor Shalom Goldman makes a strong case for Johnny Cash being the forerunner of the American Christian Zionist movement.



Way before the modern-day Christian Zionist movement became a bastion of American support for Israel, there was the Man in Black.Johnny Cash, the all-American country music great whose career spanned six decades, carried on an ardent love affair with Israel for most of that time. Cash, a devout Christian who died in 2003 at the age of 71, visited the country five times from 1966 through the mid-1990s along with his wife June Carter Cash and their children.
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