“Israel Indivisible”: Q & A with Producer Laurie Cardoza Moore

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EMET is proud to host Laurie Cardoza Moore, producer of “Israel Indivisible: The Case for the Ancient Homeland.” The film 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.

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