How will concern over Netanyau's controversial speech to Congress influence Christian broadcasters' reactions to Israeli Tourist Board's annual foray?

Aaron's shofar blast calls Jesus and friends to a photo opp; Orlando's "The Holy Land Experience at the TBN booth

Israeli Tourism execs, Haim Gutman, MK Uzi Landau & Guides
At the National Association of Religious Broadcasters, Israelis meet with Christians to promote the support of the Holy Land - culturally through tourism and socially through rallying public political support against Islamist conquest.

NY's Bishop Hector Chiesa (whose church was devastated by a gas explosion) encourages Christians to
Defend Israel and Jewish people against nuclear-weapons facilitating Islamists

David Rubin, former Shiloh mayor, wounded by Palestinian, now publishes about political Islam  

Israel's Tourism Ministry usually dominates the Israeli presence at NRB. U.S. Dir. Haim Gutman, Cabinet Minister for Tourism Dr. Uzi Landau, Deputy Oren Drori,
El Al Airlines US President Danny Saadon on panel.
  

"BDS in Tourism" M.K. Uzi Landau addresses politics of Israeli tourism at NRB Nashville, Feb 24, '14  

What position ought the government take in encouraging tourists to visit sites in Judea and Samaria? Who gets their business once they get around Arab areas? Tour guide operator, Amnon Weigler, explains the dilemma: 

Laurie Cardoza-Moore of Proclaiming Justice to the Nations


Rabbi Ken Spiro- Jerusalem-U videomaker on "Israel Indivisible" documentary shown at NRB  


Will Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyau's Iran speech to Congress the following week dominate the 2015 National Religious Broadcasters convention, reconvening February 23-26 in Nashville, Tennessee?
Laurie Cardoza-Moore (PJTN) and Erik Stakelbeck (CBN News)
Salem Radio's Michael Medved & Rabbi Ken Spiro (Jerusalem U)


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