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Film Screening: “Israel Indivisible: The Case for the Ancient Homeland”

August 21, 2014 @ 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

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Discussion with the producer:

Laurie Cardoza Moore

RSVP to: dheffernan@emetonline.org,
Please Include Subject Line: “Israel Indivisible”

Lunch to be served (Dietary laws observed)

EMET is pleased to invite you to a film screening of “Israel Indivisible,” along with a discussion with its producer, Lauri Cardoza Moore. While reporting on Israel, the mainstream media often presents biased viewpoints and misinformation, and fails to recognize the facts on the ground. Israel Indivisible examines the historical, archaeological, and biblical evidence supporting the existence of the State of Israel. The film also exposes the legal basis for Israel’s right to the land, from the Balfour Declaration to the San Remo Resolution, sometimes called the “birth certificate” of Israel. Following the early yearnings for Zion in the Diaspora to the search and efforts for peace today, the film shows the many political twists and turns that make Israel the world’s most controversial nation.

About Lauri Cardoza Moore:
Businesswoman, wife, mother of five, founder and President of Proclaiming Justice To the Nations, Laurie Cardoza Moore is a leader who successfully stewards masses toward her intended outcomes. An accomplished veteran of the many facets of “media” Laurie has been part of over 500 film and video productions as on-screen talent and producer.

With over twenty years experience in private enterprise, grassroots mobilization and community leadership, Laurie is an accomplished advocate who has represented issues related to families, women, children, faith and country. Based in Nashville, Tennessee, Laurie’s career faced a turning point on 9/11 when she decided to focus her media and lobbying expertise on American security and Israel.  In 2005, Laurie established Proclaiming Justice To the Nations, Inc. (PJTN). PJTN’s mission is to increase awareness and action by educating Christians about their Biblical responsibility to stand with their Jewish brethren and the State of Israel. In 2006, Laurie co-produced “Lest We Forget,” a documentary short that was a featured selection at the Liberty Film Festival in Los Angeles. In 2007, Laurie co-produced the music video, “The Forgotten People,” which screened at the 11th Annual Hollywood Film Festival. It is a cry from the grave as six million Jews remind us to never forget the horrors of the holocaust and warn of the new one on the horizon. In 2007, Laurie produced PJTN’s first feature-length documentary that traces the roots of anti-Semitism and rise of a “new” anti-Semitism that is a coalition of the far right, the left, and radical Islam.


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August 21, 2014
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM



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