Just because a "Christian" ministry says that it's "pro-Israel" doesn't mean it really is. There's nothing more "anti-Israel" than teaching Israelis that now is not the time to come to Christ as Lord and Messiah.Take for example, John Hagee, the founder of "Christians United For Israel" (CUFI)
Hagee is a Premillennial Dispensationalist, but he's one that even other "Dispy" groups have a problem with. In his controversial book In Defense of Israel, Hagee says:
. Christ did not come to earth to be the Messiah
. Christ by His words and deeds refused to be the Messiah
. Jews can't be blamed for rejecting Jesus, since He was never offered to them. (!)
CUFI is well-funded, and is seeking a college campus presence to counter the growing anti-Semitic and anti-Israel sentiments at universities.
Even other "Dispy" groups have a problem with CUFI and its founder. Take the organization "One For Israel" as an example, which has an impressive social networking presence and often features Jews who came to gospel faith in the Messiah. Eitan Bar, an Israeli Messianic, recently wrote a public plea to John Hagee to stop teaching heresy. It's called "Let My People Know".
But it isn't just that Hagee's wrong; the whole under-girding theology of Premillennial Dispensationalism that he's just the most extreme example of, is wrong. Here are two excellent articles on that: