“We moved the capital of Israel to Jerusalem. That’s for the Evangelicals. It’s amazing: The Evangelicals are more excited than Jewish people.”
“In President Trump, America once again has a leader who will stand with our allies and stand up to our enemies,” Mike Pence told the CUFI conference.
“The Palestinians have no claim to Jerusalem, it belongs to the Jewish people.”
A group of progressive Jews fought back against a group whose leader argues Hitler was sent by God.
Leaders of the country’s largest evangelical pro-Israel lobby are flying in to Washington, D.C., to back bills that slam the recent U.N. anti-settlements resolution and force the president to move the Israeli Embassy to Jerusalem.
Ted Cruz and Sheldon Adelson’s whirlwind tour this week provided a revealing glimpse at the changing landscape of New York Jewish politics.
Christian evangelical supporters of Israel sent a strong message of opposition to President Obama on Iran and the renewal of Mideast peace talks as they convened for their annual Washington conference.
Conservative pro-Israel opposition to Chuck Hagel remains fierce, bolstered by the pivotal role being played by Christians United For Israel, the Texas-based group founded by Pastor John Hagee.
Every revolution has its Jewish moment, and Glenn Beck’s call to “restore honor” is no exception. Beck, who with Sarah Palin on Saturday drew a huge crowd to the Lincoln Memorial in the National Mall in Washington, focused his revival call on bringing back faith to America, and nothing says faith more than having a Jewish rabbi alongside Christian clergy on the stage.