The Role of Evangelical Christians
A Strange Kind of Freedom - The biggest threat to liberty in the US may come from other kinds of fundamentalism: Jewish and Christian - by renowned British reporter Robert Fisk.
On The Road To Armageddon: How Evangelicals Became Israel's Best Friend "Dispensationalists believe that Israel must possess all of Palestine in order for Jesus to return, (so) the worse thing that Israel can ever do is trade land for peace. Thus the tendency is for dispensationalists to oppose any plan that seeks the establishment of a Palestinian state in the Middle East. Such a move, they say, is a rejection of God's plan and will prevent the Second Coming. Israel should hang on to the land no matter what and the United States should do nothing to pressure them toward any land-for-peace scheme."
A New Zionist-Christian Lobby to 'Exterminate' Palestine
US Christian Right's grip on Middle East policy
Mixing prophecy and politics Christian Zionist leaders today have access to the White House and strong support within Congress, including the backing of the two most recent majority leaders in the House of Representatives.
Christian Zionists and the ICJ Ruling on the Israeli Wall
Archbishops rebuke Blair over Iraq and warn of Christian Zionism
New Website Developed on the Issue of Christian Zionism
Middle East policy banks on destruction Christian fundamentalists believe that God gave the citizens of Israel land that includes that inhabited by Palestinians. But what about the Palestinians presently living there? For the prophecy to be realized, they must be removed, no matter what the consequences
Elon lobying against disengagement in US Elon was tapped by Christian churches during his visit to participate in a campaign designed to "protect Israel's heartland."
Born-Again Zionists Christian conservatives are teaming with hard-line Jewish groups to transform American policy toward Israel
Iraq and the Christian Zionists Wow, scary stuff
Itís Armageddon time; Bush and his loyal Christian fundamentalists want you to have a front row seat! (Whether you want one or not). The Religious Right believes that God gave Israelites that land which historically belongs to them, every inch of it. What of the Palestinians who inhabit that land? They are, according to Conservative Christians, in the way and must be removed in order for the prophesy to be fulfilled, no matter what.
CHRISTIAN FUNDAMENTALISTS ARE SUPPORTING THE WRONG JEWS
Forgotten Christians Christian Zionists in the U.S. are currently organized in an alliance with the pro-Israel lobby and the neoconservative elements of the Republican Party, enabling them to put significant pressure on both the president and members of Congress. In fact, they are among the most influential shapers of policy in the country, including individuals such as Ralph Reed, Pat Robertson, and Jerry Falwell, and groups such as the National Unity Coalition for Israel, Christians for Israel, the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem, and Chosen People Ministries.
Jerusalem conference calls Christian Zionism a 'heresy'
Gone - Group denounces 'Christian Zionism'
Christian scholars gather to study dangers of Zionism
Their beliefs are bonkers, but they are at the heart of power US Christian fundamentalists are driving Bush's Middle East policy
The end of the world [The Christian Right] are therefore among Israel's staunchest supporters, backing its "ownership" of the entire West Bank. They have raised money in churches to support illegal settlements.
Palestinians: 'Zionist' Christians illegitimate
Apocalypse soon Evangelicals in the US believe there is a biblical basis for opposing the Middle East road map
Christians also battle for Palestinian side Last month, conservative Christian activist Gary Bauer spearheaded a letter, signed by other evangelical leaders, that warned President Bush that ''it would be morally reprehensible for the United States to be 'evenhanded' between democratic Israel, a reliable friend and ally that shares our values, and the terrorist-infested Palestinian infrastructure.'' This week, the Jerusalem Post reported, the Rev. Pat Robertson, speaking on the Christian Broadcasting Network, said Bush's proposed road map to peace imperiled Israel and went ''against the clear mandate of the Bible.''
Zionist meeting brands 'road map' as heresy A Washington conference of Christian and Jewish Zionists yesterday heard attacks on the U.S. "road map" for peace in the Middle East as a breach of a 4,000-year-old covenant between God and Israel.
Jews have mixed reactions to pro-Israel fervor of 'Christian Zionists' Ironically, the theological views of Israel's most ardent supporters, so-called "Christian Zionists," may be the most disquieting for Jews.