Meet the Group Trying to Change Evangelical Minds About Israel

Politico

“Pro-Israeli, pro-Palestinian, pro-Peace” is how the improbable duo describe their approach — one that has earned Telos its fair amount of criticism from pro-Israel groups and conservative Christian Zionists who accuse them of being anti-Israel. But their tactics have also earned them a measure of grudging respect on the right. “This is not your parents’ anti-Israel group,” David Brog, the former director of Christians United for Israel, once told Glenn Beck. “These guys are savvy, these guys are smart.”