Courage, combating antisemitism take center stage at CUFI's 'chai' summit


(JNS) — More than 1,200 people gathered on July 17 in Arlington, Va., for the annual Christians United for Israel Washington Summit. It was the event’s 18th—or chai—iteration, gathering some of the more than 10 million members of the nation’s largest, pro-Israel organization.

Throughout the day, political, scholarly, advocacy and religious speakers addressed various topics, many centered on the themes of courage and fighting antisemitism.

“God’s love for the Jewish people will be here forever,” Pastor John Hagee, founder and chairman of CUFI, told the audience. “What CUF...

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