CUFI

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CUFIChristians United for Israel
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In 2014, CUFI launched the Israel Collective, an initiative targeting young Christians through short videos about Israel and trips to the country.
When a final deal between Iran and world powers was announced in mid-July, thousands of CUFI members were deployed to lobby members of Congress.
He calculated that CUFI activists would meet with 78 senate offices over the course of the day, including as many as 50 senators themselves.
CUFI will hold another summit from 21 to 24 July 2008.
Founders of J Street, however, clearly question the notion that AIPAC, CUFI, and other organizations that oppose substantial territorial or other compromises by Israel as part of any peace process are indeed strong supporters of Israel, particularly at a time when most experts say the chances for a two-state solution that would preserve Israel as a "Jewish and democratic state" are diminishing.
Groups like CUFI and IFCJ are generating increased awareness for the importance of supporting Israel.
It was billed as the first "national" Night to Honor Israel, an event that CUFI directors are taking to other U.
With CUFI, which Hagee has said will cause a "political earthquake," the televangelist aims to put the political organizing muscle of the conservative evangelical movement behind his grand plan for a biblically prophesied end-time confrontation with Iran, which will lead to the Rapture, Tribulation, and Second Coming of Christ.
In addition, CUFI will broadcast a video about Zion at the banquet's pre-event, and the banquet's proceedings will be telecast by live-feed over the Daystar Television network.
Mahmoud Abbas' Palestinian government, by legislation, by law, gives rich financial rewards to anyone who kills an Israeli," David Brog, the founding executive director of CUFI and an active board member, told activists in a briefing Monday.
While CUFI does not engage in the violence that we've seen from a number of Islamic and Jewish extremist groups, the absolutism of its beliefs threatens current diplomatic efforts that seek peace.
Founded in 2006 by John Hagee, pastor of the CornerStone Church in San Antonio, Texas, CUFI boasts over a million members.