I have seen Hagee questioned on some doctrinal issues - that some others thought he was teaching. I read some of it, but didn’t get into it thoroughly. I think it had to do with there being two different ways to salvation. He denied he believed that or was teaching it. Sometimes (I think) the position that God has a program for the church and another program for Israel - is seen by some as stepping into there being two ways to salvation. It’s not, but I think that’s how some others may see it.
I signed up for CUFI’s e-mails, so they come in all the time, and aside from the notices about what churches they will be at, at different times and letting people know about their materials to support Israel — a good half of their e-mails are about what is going on in the world in regards to Israel, like Iran for instance, or the Congress, or Kerry or Obama, or what Netanyahu is saying or what someone else is saying in Israel or the US, or what the Islamic Terrorists are doing.
That organization — CUFI — is a great organization for generating strong POLITICAL SUPPORT for Israel, which Israel really needs.
There is one program for salvation: Belief in Yeshua, through enduring faith, granted us by the grace of Yehova.
One program fits all.