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“Anti-Semitism is not just a Jewish problem. Anti-Semitism is everyone’s problem. Our Jewish neighbors cannot be left to fend off this scourge by themselves. If we do nothing, evil will thrive, and it will rule the day,” said Pastor John Hagee.

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Foreign Minister Yair Lapid told the gathering of some 700 pro-Israel Christian leaders that the Israeli government “proud of our Jewish heritage and Jewish identity, and equally proud of our democracy and our commitment to liberty and freedom.”

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To be held in Dallas, it’s invite-only for about 700 of the organization’s leaders and donors, and combining the January leadership conference and summertime summit, with the opening plenary session on Sunday evening livestreamed.

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“We have a serious education problem in the evangelical church. Too many people just don’t know a lot about any given subject. They’re smart, but they’re starved for information because their pastor is hawking his latest book from the pulpit on Sunday morning, instead of explaining serious issues,” says researcher and writer Jim Fletcher.

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“Right now, you have multiple countries around the world, including the United States, looking to figure out how to redo this Iran deal. It’s nothing more than a death wish for Israel, and eventually, a death wish for the world,” said former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley.

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