We are very excited about the establishment of a historic initiative of the Latino Coalition for Israel (LCI). It is our vision to engage the Latino Christians in the Pro-Israel movement. LCI’s vision is to activate Hispanics in the Pro-Israel movement to counter the global rise of antisemitism and the Campaign to delegitimize the Nation of Israel. Our vision is to establish the largest Pro-Israel Hispanic entity: The Latino Coalition for Israel (LCI).
LCI will produce pro-Israel events in the largest U.S. Hispanic populated cities, as well as event sponsorship in South America, Central America and the Caribbean. Mobilization also includes equipping and engaging Hispanic Christians in prophetic activism and advocacy in support of Israel.
Latino Coalition for Israel hosted The Feast of Tabernacles Celebration at New Wine Ministries on Sunday, October 8, 2017. This was a Historic event. Our speakers included Rabbi Leonid Feldman ...Learn More
We will coordinate Latino-Jewish Round Table events with top tier Hispanic Evangelical and Jewish leadership and established a Latino-Jewish Task Force that will bridge the Hispanic and Jewish communities on a national basis to strengthen mutual understanding, build relationships, foster cooperation and advance pro-Israel activism. We have hosted three previous very successful round table events.
The House passed the a watered down resolution against anti-Semitism. The fact that the Democratic Leadership refused to directly condemn anti-Semitism in their ranks is shameful and troubling. Instead they continue to downplay comments and to make excuses for their peers. Mario Bramnick, President of the Latino Coalition for Israel, condemns Ilhan Omar’s anti-Semitic statements, […]READ MORE
History was made last week at the White House, as leaders from Israel, the United Arab Emirates, and Bahrain met with President Donald J. Trump and signed the Abraham Accords, which will normalize diplomatic relations between Israel and the two Arab nations. The countries have committed to the exchange of embassies and ambassadors, and to […]READ MORE
Nayib Bukele was elected president of El Salvador this past February. At the age of 37, he is the youngest president ever elected in El Salvador, and the youngest president in Central America. He has little political experience prior to this election, having only served briefly as a mayor. He is a successful businessman who […]READ MORE
“Today, I have announced the first step, which is to open a trade office in Jerusalem, the capital of the State of Israel, and this will be an extension of our embassy in Tel Aviv,” said Honduran President Juan Carlos Hernández in a statement issued by his government. (March 29, 2019 / JNS) Christian and Jewish leaders met […]READ MORE