Evangelical Christian leader, “Ilhan Omar is waging an unholy war against the Jewish people from Congress.” Launching campaign to demand Congresswoman Omar’s resignation over anti-Semitism, she says, “The Jews don’t stand alone.”
By Arutz Sheva Staff
Laurie Cardoza-Moore, President of Proclaiming Justice to The Nations has launched a nationwide campaign to demand Ilhan Omar’s immediate resignation from Congress over her recent anti-Semitic tirades. Cardoza-Moore who serves as a United Nations Special Envoy for the World Council of Independent Christian Churches (WCICC) which represents over 44 million congregants worldwide and whose “Focus On Israel” television program reaches a global audience of over a billion, has begun a petition to increase pressure upon Omar to stand down. Continue Reading »
At a ceremony welcoming Christian media representatives to the Jewish State, P.M. Netanyahu was asked why Israel is always so eager to be the first helping victims of disaster around the world. His answers was from the Bible.
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By Israel Today Staff
During a ceremony welcoming Christian media representatives to Jerusalem, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was asked why Israel goes so far out of its way to provide aid to disaster victims around the world.
From Haiti to Nepal to Japan to Mexico, Israel is almost always the first on the scene following major catastrophe, and more often than not sends one of the largest and best-equipped delegations, despite being so much smaller than many of the other nations responding. Continue Reading »
Two different surveys show Evangelicals are supporting Republican candidates that are pro-Israel & will defend & promote common interests of America’s closest mid-East ally.
By ARIEL COHEN
Religious influence on the American public sphere is steadily decreasing, but the vote of the Christian political right is gaining momentum,according to polling. Traditionally, this active religious group has continually placed supporting Israel at the forefront of their political agenda.
United States Capitol building in Washington, DC. – Photo: REUTERS
Today, Americans head to the polls to cast their vote in the 2014 midterm elections. This year, it looks likely that the American Senate will gain a Republican majority, thus completely shifting the focus of the government and derailing much of the current Democratic agenda. Continue Reading »