CHRISTIAN LEADER CALLS FOR CENSURE OF JIMMY CARTER AS KEYNOTE SPEAKER AT LIBERTY UNIVERSITY COMMENCEMENT THIS WEEKEND
(Nashville, Tennessee) –May 17, 2018 –Laurie Cardoza-Moore founder and president of pro-Israel advocacy group Proclaiming Justice to The Nations, has called for the censure of former President Jimmy Carter as the keynote speaker at Liberty University this Saturday, May 19, in Lynchburg, Virginia.
“As an evangelical Christian leader, I find it repulsive that Liberty University President Jerry Falwell, Jr. would find it expedient to expose a graduating class of a Christian University’s brightest and best potential young leaders to the influence and views of a long avowed anti-Semite who happened to serve as our 39th President. Jerry Falwell, Sr. was a true friend to Israel which makes this situation even more of a tragically sad commentary on the current leadership at Liberty University," stated Cardoza-Moore.
Jimmy Carter has long been outspokenly biased to Palestinian suffering, while ignoring the legacy of oppression, expulsion, and murder committed against Jews. He has trivialized the terrorist attacks waged against Jews, while terming suicide bombings problematic because they, in his words, “turn the world away from the sympathy and support of the Palestinian people.”
“Someone who attempts to discount the reality of Jews being killed—whether by Nazis or by Hamas terrorism—is an anti-Semite. It makes no difference if that person is a former President, a Nobel Peace Prize winner, an Iranian leader, a Christian pastor, or a Sunday school teacher. In Carter’s case, he has by virtue of his well-publicized worldview and through the pages of his now infamous book, Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid, too often positioned himself as a positive spokesperson for Hamas, attempting to positively portray its Gaza government to the global community at large.” added Cardoza-Moore.
CHRISTIAN PRO ISRAEL LEADER SAYS “TODAY IS A CONTINUATION OF GOD’S COVENANT OF BLESSINGS ON ISRAEL”
LAURIE CAROZA-MOORE IN ISRAEL FOR US EMBASSY MOVE CEREMONIES, MOSKOWITZ PRIZE AWARDS
(Nashville, Tennessee) –May 14, 2018 --Founder of US-based pro-Israel advocacy group Proclaiming Justice To The Nations, and a Special Envoy to the UN for Human Rights, Laurie Cardoza-Moore has long invested time and support to today’s move of the US Embassy to Jerusalem.
She noted today from Jerusalem: “The prophets of the Old Testament prophesized that God was going to bring the Jewish people back to the Land of Israel and as Isaiah Chapter 35 tells us, ‘the desert would blossom like a rose, that the cities would be inhabited, and that the desolate places would be places of joy, that they would come from the four ends of the earth rejoicing.’ All of this has happened in Israel. Starting in 1917 with the Balfour Declaration, to statehood of Israel in 1948, to Jerusalem being reclaimed in 1968, we’ve seen the miracle that is Israel. Today’s US Embassy move to Jerusalem and the recognizing it imparts on the rightful restoration as the Eternal City that was and is Israel’s true capital marks yet another historic blessing God has brought to the Jewish people. His blessings will continue to pour out as their covenant with Him—like Jerusalem-- is eternal in God’s plan.”
SPECIAL UNITED NATIONS ENVOY: "MAHMOUD ABBAS HAS REVEALED HIS TRUE CHARACTER- THERE CAN BE NO PEACE WITH HOLOCAUST DENYING ANTI-SEMITES"
A CALL THAT STATE DEPARTMENT MUST CUT TIES WITH PALESTINIAN AUTHORITY
New York (5/2/2018) -- Laurie Cardoza-Moore, Special United Nations Envoy for the World Council of Independent Christian Churches (WCICC) which represents over 40 million Christians worldwide and founder of pro Israel advocacy group, Proclaiming Justice to the Nations (PJTN), released the following statement condemning Mahmoud Abbas's anti-Semitic tirade and calling on world leaders to disengage from the Palestinian Authority.
As a Christian woman in leadership of an organization that is daily extending valiant efforts to educate fellow Christians on why we must be “awake” in support of our Jewish brethren amidst the encroaching dangers of the dramatic new rise in global anti-Semitism, I would admonish Israel’s Genesis Awards to be more thoughtful of to whom they choose to pay homage.
Noting they seek to “honor individuals who serve as an inspiration to the next generation of Jews through their outstanding professional achievements along with their commitment to Jewish values and the Jewish people,” unfortunate that Natalie Portman obviously has no real appreciation of the tremendous opportunity she has to be a real light for Judaism in a world climate that is again darkening over Israel and her people. Perhaps it doesn’t matter to her. Nor did it matter perhaps that she was to be the first young woman to ever receive the Genesis Award. It is by most considered a coveted honor and often referred to as “Israel’s Nobel Prize.”
PJTN President and Founder Laurie Cardoza-Moore is in Jerusalem right now to attend the 6th Annual Global Forum On Anti-Semitism and capture new interviews and content for PJTN’s original 30-minute series, “Focus On Israel,” which now has a potential TV viewership worldwide of 2.6 billion people.
Senior Polish Politicians Step Up Anti-Jewish Rhetoric, as Dispute Over Widely-Condemned ‘Holocaust Law’ Continues to Rage avatar by Ben Cohen
Accusations that American Jews are conspiring to squeeze billions of dollars out of Poland in Holocaust reparations, along with wild claims that Polish Jews were behind the Soviet deportations of Polish citizens during World War II, have spread like wildfire across the Polish media in recent days, after the country’s Senate approved widely-condemned legislation prohibiting discussion of Polish collusion with the Nazi genocide of the Jews.
One observer in Warsaw compared the present atmosphere in Poland to 1968 — when thousands of Jews were purged and driven into exile by an antisemitic campaign targeting “Zionists” that was led by the ruling Communist Party. The observer pointed to an unsigned editorial on the website of the pro-government TV Republika on Monday that accused the “Jewish community in Poland and its representative institutions” of “too rarely and too weakly defending Poland and the Poles in the international arena.”
President Donald Trump has made it very clear to the Palestinians that if they do not begin showing respect toward the United States and Israel, they can kiss all of the aid America sends them goodbye.
Speaking to reporters Thursday at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Trump stood firm in his decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel — the first president to do so — and said the U.S. would be moving its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
Pope Francis told an international conference on anti-Semitism that we must fight against “hatred in all of its forms, but even more fundamentally, indifference.”
The one-day conference, sponsored by the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), discussed the ‘Responsibility of States, Institutions and Individuals in the Fight against Anti-Semitism,’ and took place two days after International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
A man whose costume reflects the classic anti-Semitic caricature of a Jew, complete a with Kippa and large prosthetic nose and ears, rants in a “Jewish” accent about killing children while rolling a ball holding a “captured” girl over the Hollywood star of Steven Spielberg.
The man playing the “Jew” is named Danny Wolverton and the girl in the bubble is Jordina Salabert. The two previously teamed up to publicly demonstrate their blatant anti-Semitism disguised as anti-Israel rhetoric.
In a Major Free Speech Victory, a Federal Court Strikes Down a Law that Punishes Supporters of Israel Boycott
A FEDERAL JUDGE on Tuesday ruled that a Kansas law designed to punish people who boycott Israel is an unconstitutional denial of free speech. The ruling is a significant victory for free speech rights because the global campaign to criminalize, or otherwise legally outlaw, the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement has been spreading rapidly in numerous political and academic centers in the U.S. This judicial decision definitively declares those efforts — when they manifest in the U.S. — to be a direct infringement of basic First Amendment rights guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution.
The enjoined law, enacted last year by the Kansas legislature, requires all state contractors — as a prerequisite to receiving any paid work from the state — “to certify that they are not engaged in a boycott of Israel.” The month before the law was implemented, Esther Koontz, a Mennonite who works as a curriculum teacher for the Kansas public school system, decided that she would boycott goods made in Israel, motivated in part by a film she had seen detailing the abuse of Palestinians by the occupying Israeli government, and in part by a resolution enacted by the national Mennonite Church. The resolution acknowledged “the cry for justice of Palestinians, especially those living under oppressive military occupation for fifty years”; vowed to “oppose military occupation and seek a just peace in Israel and Palestine”; and urged “individuals and congregations to avoid the purchase of products associated with acts of violence or policies of military occupation, including items produced in [Israeli] settlements.”