Zionistic Christians, PJTN, invoke "never again" to Islamists exploiting anti-Zionism to gain empathy & power


American radio personality, Janet Parshall, delivered a rousing acceptance speech, in being awarded Proclaiming Justice to the Nations' 2011 Ed McAteer Tree of Life Award. PJTN founder, Laurie Cardoza-Moore, introduces Mrs. Parshall at an awards ceremony and special screening of PJTN's "The Forgotten People" at the 2011 National Religious Broadcasters Convention in Nashville, Tennessee.

Ed McAteer was so strongly Zionistic that in October 2004, upon his passing, Joseph Farah eulogized him this way in World Net Daily:
McAteer is best known, perhaps, as the founder and president of the Religious Roundtable. But, among his friends, he is better known as a champion of the Jewish state.

"When Jerusalem's mayor, Ehud Olmert, remarked some years ago that Ed McAteer 'should be America's ambassador to Israel,' he was right on the mark," said Herb Zweibon, president of Americans for a Safe Israel.

In fact, I know first hand that when Olmert made that suggestion to McAteer that his response was: "There's no job on Earth, including president of the United States, that I would like more."

McAteer is best known, perhaps, as the founder and president of the Religious Roundtable. But, among his friends, he is better known as a champion of the Jewish state.

"When Jerusalem's mayor, Ehud Olmert, remarked some years ago that Ed McAteer 'should be America's ambassador to Israel,' he was right on the mark," said Herb Zweibon, president of Americans for a Safe Israel.

In fact, I know first hand that when Olmert made that suggestion to McAteer that his response was: "There's no job on Earth, including president of the United States, that I would like more."
Mrs. Parshall called on Christians to overtly stand against anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism, deeming them sins against G-d.  She called for Christians' unconditional support for Israel and the Jewish people in these testing times.

Also addressing the assembled audience of Zionists was Rabbi Gerald Meister. He talks of his recent experience talking with Christian Arabs in Judea and Samaria, Israel.

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