Evangelical leader Laurie Cardoza-Moore has blasted freshman Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) as ‘ill-informed’ and accusing her of trivializing the memory of the Holocaust.
Proclaiming Justice for the Nations’ (PJTN) President Laurie Cardoza-Moore was recently interviewed by i24 News in New York. She appeared as part of PJTN’s nationwide campaign – that is also gaining international traction – to remove Rep. Ilhan Omar from Congress. Omar has unashamedly used antisemitic tropes to impugn the loyalty of American Jews in […]
When Breaking Israel News spoke to Laurie Cardoza-Moore, founder of Proclaim Justice to the Nations (PJTN), she was in a fiery mood. “In a really busy week,” she remarked, “we will maybe send out four calls-to-action emails; on Monday alone, I sent out six.” That was the main thread of our lengthy and detailed conversation, the return and growth of the scourge of antisemitism in American life; in schools, on college campuses and yes, even in the church.
In the wake of the Pittsburgh atrocity on October 27, the founder of a nationally recognized watchdog group – active in confronting anti-Semitism – issued a stark warning about the dangers of replacement theology in the aftermath of the tragedy.
Evangelical Christians joyously commended Trump on fulfilling his campaign promise to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, a promise which inspired much of his pro-Israel voter base.
The British musician has paraded on stage in a mock Nazi uniform and hoisted an inflatable pig emblazoned with a Star of David above his stage in concert.
A video of a sermon given by Ammar Shahin, imam of the Islamic Center of Davis, surfaced in which he is seen calling for genocide to be perpetrated against Jews everywhere.
The Catholic Church’s response to recent turmoil over the Temple Mount in Jerusalem confirms that the Church is using Islamic replacement theology in direct violation of the Bible.
“As Evangelical Christians we believe that if God said it, He meant it. But now many Evangelicals are buying into an anti-Israel narrative that is not in the Bible.”
Reaction is pouring in Wednesday from pro-Israel Jewish and Christian organizations on Donald Trump’s upset victory in the presidential election, with most groups praising the president-elect for his commitment to the Jewish state.