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Evangelical leaders including a former ethics professor at a Southern Baptist seminary issued an open letter to President Bush challenging the notion that all American evangelicals are uncritically pro-Israel.
Signed by leaders including Glen Harold Stassen, a professor at Fuller Theological Seminary who formerly taught at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, the letter addresses a "serious misperception" that American evangelicals oppose a two-state solution in the Middle East and a new Palestinian state that would include the majority of the West Bank.
The letter, addressed to the president but also aimed at other U.S. policy makers, came a week-and-a-half after a second-annual gathering of Christians United For Israel convened by San Antonio, Texas, preacher John Hagee. The meeting brought 3,500 evangelicals to Washington to hear from politicians including Sen. Joseph Lieberman, House Minority Whip and Southern Baptist Roy Blunt and Republican presidential candidate Sen. John McCain.
At the gathering, Hagee labeled former President Jimmy Carter Israel's "enemy in America" and demanded the former president reveal sources of pro-Arab funding for his humanitarian Carter Center. Carter's recent book Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid drew criticism from Jewish groups alleging it was biased against Israel.
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