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Middle East / Jerusalem Embassy / Israelis vs. Palestinians / Unrest / Two Pastors / A Discussion #1124584

CNN Evening News for Monday, May 14, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The breaking news on the death of Palestinians in Gaza as the US opens its Israeli embassy in Jerusalem & the controversy over two evangelical pastors. Robert Jeffress & John Hagee††, invited to speak in Jerusalem introduced. [In 2010, Dr. JEFFRESS†- says Islam & Mormonism are wrong: heresies from the pits of hell & Jews can't be saved.] [Tweet from Mormon Mitt Romney opposing Jeffress speaking in Jerusalem quoted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Trump supporter Rev. Darrell Scott & Marc Lamont Hill† about the two pastors. [SCOTT - offers views on how the pastors were just expressing personal opinions, not denigrating other religions, the differences between Christians & Hews.] [HILL - offers views on this view is provoking more tension in the region, how Trump evangelicals are an alt-right crew, about anti-Semitism among evangelicals even when supporting Israel.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:07:20

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