As an introduction to the organization Christians United for Israel (CUFI), please watch the short videos below. Then visit their website for details.
CUFI has a university group, CUFI on Campus which supports Israel and fights antisemitism and BDS. Their YouTube channel has informative videos. Some examples are here, here, here, and here.
CUFI currently has over 10 million members. Joining CUFI only requires visiting their site and providing an email. No money is required and solicitations are few and far between. As their membership increases, so does their pro-Israel influence.
On June 7, 1981 Israel
destroyed an Iraqi nuclear reactor under construction 17 kilometers southeast of Baghdad.
The world immediately condemned Israel. Pastor John Hagee, in San Antonio, reacted to this by organizing a Night to Honor Israel. In 2006, as a response to the threat by Iran's president
to wipe out Israel, Pastor Hagee formed the organization Christians United for Israel. This is the most informative video (8 minutes).
Pastor Hagee tells how he became involved in publically supporting Israel
This video presents Pastor Hagee's view on the utter incompatability of antisemitism and Christianity.
Pastor Hagee on antisemitism
Nikki Haley, US Ambassador to the UN and strong supporter of Israel, spoke at the CUFI summit in Washington. These are her opening remarks about CUFI.
Nikki Haley at 2018 CUFI Washington DC summit
Pastor Hagee was recognized by the state of Israel on its 70th Anniversary as one of the 70 greatest contributors to Israel since statehood. He was also invited by U.S. Ambassador David Friedman to give the benediction at the opening of the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem.
Pastor Hagee's closing benedictionr at the opening of the US Embassy in Jerusalem
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