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December 10, 2015 11:44
Laurie Cardoza-Moore

At the Knesset, Laurie Cardoza-Moore (inset) with a PJTN delegation on a recent visit with a bipartisan fivemember US Congressional delegation to Israel. (photo credit: PJTN)


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‘Israel is the canary in the coal mine,” says Proclaiming Justice to the Nations founder and president Laurie Cardoza-Moore during an interview with the Magazine last week in Jerusalem. On an unusually rainy day, she’s taking a break from her busy schedule, adding that “if we don’t help Israel, we can’t defend the Western world.”

Cardoza-Moore was recently in the country putting the final touches on a soon-to-be-released documentary that she says will “expose the hypocrisy of the BDS” (Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions) movement, with the goal of educating Christian millennials in the US, along with others, on the facts about the Jewish state.


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