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Pro Israel Advocate In Florida To Speak In January


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LAURIE CARDOZA-MOORE: NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED CHRISTIAN TV HOST-PRO ISRAEL ADVOCATE WILL BE IN FLORIDA THIS MONTH FOR EVENTS UNDERSCORING WHAT'S BEHIND THE ALARMING  RISE OF ANTI-SEMITISM IN THE U.S.

"PARENTS BEWARE: THE PROBLEM BEGINS IN K-12" 

(Nashville, Tennessee) --January 4, 2019 --Laurie Cardoza-Moore, a nationally recognized leader in the increasing war on the BDS Movement and the alarming rise of anti-Semitism in America, will be in Florida in January to address the subject in two events which will be free and open to the public.


Cleveland Clinic Medical Resident Fired For Anti-Semitic Statements

Less than a week into the new year, global headlines once again reinforce the crucial work of PJTN.  

Amidst the news, another anti-Semitic scandal was exposed in Ohio last week.  Dr. Lara Kollab, a "Palestinian" medical resident at Cleveland Clinic in Ohio, was recently fired after the discovery of a score of anti-Semitic comments she posted on social media from 2011 - 2017.

The shocking post that received the most attention was a tweet from 2012 that she made as a medical student, which said: “hahha ewww.. ill purposely give all the yahood [Jews] the wrong meds. . . ,” inferring that she would kill Jews.


Leading Voice In The War On Anti-Semitism Challenges Debate With Georgia Congressman Who Compares Trump To Hitler


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LEADING VOICE IN THE WAR ON ANTI-SEMITISM CHALLENGES DEBATE WITH GEORGIA CONGRESSMAN WHO COMPARES TRUMP TO HITLER

 

(Nashville, TN) –January 4, 2019 –Laurie Cardoza-Moore, a leading voice in the war on anti-Semitism through her watchdog organization, Proclaiming Justice to The Nations (PJTN) has today issued a challenge to debate U.S. Representative Hank Johnson, a Georgia Democrat who this week compared Donald Trump’s election as president to the rise of Adolf Hitler in Germany.


Laurie's 2019 Vision For PJTN

I want to thank our global PJTN Watchmen for responding to our year-end call to finish 2018 strong!  

Your financial and prayerful support inspires me and our courageous team to boldly confront the normalization of anti-Semitism that is growing at an alarming rate.

Because of this growing threat, our goals are even greater for 2019.

"... you shall not stand by while your brother's blood is shed - I am the LORD." Leviticus 19:16

This year will mark the second wave of our strategic three-year plan, “Igniting The Torch For The Next Generation” to combat this growing threat.


2018 Year End Message From Laurie

There comes a special moment in everyone’s life, a moment for which that person was born.  That special opportunity, when he seizes it, will fulfill his mission – a mission for which he is uniquely qualified.  In that moment he finds greatness.  It is his finest hour!   Winston Churchill

God raised up Winston Churchill for the hour in which he lived.  Europe and the Western world were facing an evil and formidable foe, Adolf Hitler.

Just as the Nazi’s targeted the Jews in Europe for annihilation, today anti-Semitism is spreading globally at an alarming rate.  That was never more evident than in 2018 with the Tree of Life Synagogue massacre, the anti-Semitic content published in textbooks and instructional materials and the growing violence against Jewish students on college campuses.

Proclaim this to the nations, prepare for war… Joel 9:3


Laurie's Closing Message For 2018

As 2018 draws to a close, I look back at what we've accomplished because of your partnership and participation in our global mission to educate and activate Christians, Jews and all people of conscience to stand against the rise of the global hatred of anti-Semitism.

As a result of our global outreach through the broadcast of our award-winning program Focus On Israel, on DAYSTAR and GOD-TV, PJTN's achievements have included:

  • The launching of our first International PJTN Chapter in South Africa in 2019 
  • Celebrated as Ohio became the 12th state to adopt Tennessee's anti-BDS resolution
  • Launching the "Ignite the Torch for the Next Generation" initiative to inspire the next generation of media and communication students to take this critical message to their generation.

However, as we look forward to 2019 and the challenges it will bring in fighting this age-old hatred, we are faced with a shortfall of $147,000 as the final days of 2018 approach. That it is why I am contacting you today.


Would Mary and Joseph Be Welcome in Bethlehem Today?

“Oh little town of Bethlehem, how still we see thee lie. Above they deep and dreamless sleep, the silent stars go by…”

As Christians pause to sing songs of remembrances of Bethlehem during this season, they recall symbols of mangers and shepherds watching their flocks on the Judean hills. Unfortunately, the Bethlehem of today is a much less peaceful scene.

Bethlehem is now home to the Palestinian Authority (PA) and “Christ At The Checkpoint,” a conference chaired by the PA’s “Higher Committee For Christian Affairs.”  Their distorted message: “The Israeli government is giving the green light to the army and to the settlers to continue the acts of attacking and killing the Palestinian people, in particular women and children.”  Their perspective is decidedly a skewed Palestinian Liberation Theology teaching that God severed His Covenant with Israel and the Jewish people, replacing them in this case with Palestinians.  According to this false doctrine, Jesus was not a Jew, but a Palestinian.


Was Jesus Jewish or a Christian?

As we gather in this season, Bibles are once again opened to re-read the wonderful account in Luke (Luke 1:33) where we find the age-old story of the Angel Gabriel visiting Mary (Miriam) to inform her that she will bear a son.  The angel goes on to declare that her son will reign over the House of Jacob (Israel) forever.

Fast forward to our generation, and you will hear Christians standing up to give the argument that Jesus wasn't Jewish. How can this ignorance exist?

How can anyone overlook Luke 2:21 where we are told that Mary and Joseph circumcised Jesus and gave him his name on the eighth day, as is commanded in the Torah?

Or how can they ignore in Luke 2:22-24 where we are told that after the days of Mary's purification, according to the Torah, they were to present him in the Temple in Jerusalem to the LORD and they were to offer a sacrifice of two turtle doves?

Jesus lived His life as a Jew.


Was Jesus born in Judea? Or the West Bank?

In this special season, reminders of God’s special covenant with Israel surround us.

As Christians around the world prepare to celebrate the birth of Jesus next week, many pastors will be preaching from the pulpits about that miraculous birth and the events surrounding it.

As the story in the book of Luke recounts, we are once again reminded of the biblical evidence of Israel's rights to her ancient homeland.  It’s a right that many so-called Christian leaders in Bethlehem and around the world refuse to recognize, choosing to ignore the documented evidence:  

In Luke Chapter 1:5, it is written, "In the days of Herod, the king of Judea. . ."

Herod ruled over Judea, not the West Bank

In Luke 2:4, "Joseph also went up from Galilee, out of Nazareth, into Judea, to the city of David which is called Bethlehem. . .into Judea, not the West Bank

Yet, even the prophet Micah in 5:2 foretold that this historic event would occur in Bethlehem Ephrathah in Judea.


How Will You Spend Your $1...?

As you’ve probably noticed, the power of the dollar isn’t what it used to be…

In this season of gift giving, how will you choose to spend your $1…?

  • In Los Angeles—$1 will buy you 10 minutes of parking time on the meter while you shop.
  • You can buy a $1 coffee at McDonald's to warm you up in the Midwest.
  • One song can brighten your shopping rounds for $1 at iTunes.
  • A downloadable book can be sent your way as a stocking stuffer for $1 from Kindle.

At PJTN, each $1 buys an important share in our global broadcast time.

Your $1 investment in Focus On Israel gives you a guaranteed portion of the blessing God promises in His word to “bless those that bless Israel.”


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