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Israeli Zionist Government Fund$ American 'Christian' Zionist Hate-Mongers

H. E. Panqui

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Nov 1, 2014
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Israeli government ‘funded’ anti-Muslim hate group in US

"Documents obtained by Jewish-American magazine, Forward, showed that officials had given Christian Zionist group, Proclaiming Justice to the Nations, tens of thousands of dollars.

An anti-Muslim hate group received tens of thousands of dollars in funding from the Israeli government, according to documents obtained by a US-based progressive Jewish magazine...

Forward magazine said the documents showed Israel had handed over $40,000 in grants to a Christian Zionist group called Proclaiming Justice to the Nations (PJTN).

The organisation, which is based in the US state of Tennessee, is listed as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center, which tracks racists and other hate groups.

On its website, PJTN lobbies against the teaching of Islam in American schools, claiming that children were being indoctrinated into the religion.

The group is also ardently pro-Israel, campaigning against the boycott movement targeting Israel over its treatment of Palestinians, which is known as Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS).

PJTN has lobbied US legislators against BDS, describing the non-violent movement as “vile” and “anti-Semitic”.

The group was an important player in the Tennessee state legislature’s 2015 decision to condemn those calling for boycotts of Israel.

On its website, the group states: “PJTN is standing on the right side in support of Israel and we will not waiver in that support. Israel’s land is an everlasting covenant with God.”

The group’s founder, Laurie Cardoza-Moore, was at the forefront of a 2010 campaign to stop the construction of a mosque in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, claiming without basis that it was actually a front for terrorists..."
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