A Nashville hotel is being accused of violating federal and Tennessee civil rights laws by pulling the plug on a pro-Israel event slated to take place next week.

The Sonesta Nashville Airport hotel abruptly canceled the summit, hosted by pro-Israel Christian group HaYovel, citing “credible threats” confirmed by law enforcement.

“I think that the hotel jumped the gun and decided that they were going to just sort of dump this Israel event a week before it was going to happen, which is very unfortunate for the hotel because that’s in violation of Title II of the Civil Rights Act as well as Tennessee state law,” Hiram Sasser, executive general counsel at First Liberty Institute, told “Fox & Friends First” Wednesday.