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CAMERA’s Partnership of Christians & Jews is a powerful response to the intensifying effort to delegitimize Israel in Evangelical churches throughout North America and Europe, and to the media's shameful silence about the violent persecution of Christians in the Middle East.

The Partnership helps activists effectively counter anti-Israel campaigns and advocate for suffering Christians by  providing educational resources through speakers, conferences, articles, books, and the expertise of CAMERA’s trained professional staff.

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Combat anti-Zionism in the Church

Tell the truth about Israel

Oppose antisemitism

Advocate for persecuted Christians

Promote the important partnership between Evangelical Christians and Jews

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In its Fall 2019 edition, the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum’s journal, Holocaust and Genocide Studies,  published an article taking aim at Zionism under the guise of a scholarly examination of a post-Holocaust memorial in Palestine (“’Making the desert blossom as the rose’: The American Christian Palestine Committee’s ‘Children’s Memorial Forest’ and Postwar Land Acquisition in Palestine’”). The author, Amy Weiss, is director of the Center for Holocaust and Genocide Education at College of Saint Elizabeth, a private Roman Catholic liberal arts college in New Jersey.

Weiss’ article about the co-operative efforts of the American Christian Palestine Committee (ACPC) and the Jewish National Fund (JNF) to create a memorial forest for young Holocaust victims and support the establishment of a Jewish home in Palestine denigrates this Zionist partnership, as it recycles biased claims of anti-Zionist activists and historical revisionists who seek to undermine Zionism by attacking its foundation and underpinnings.   

To the Honorable Emmanuel Macron, President of France:

 

I just saw a video of your confrontation with the Israeli police at St. Anne’s Church in the Old City of Jerusalem. It was a brief vignette posted on Twitter, so I don’t know exactly what happened, but it looks like you were protecting the status of the church as sovereign French territory. It seems to be one of the goals you had for yourself before your current trip to Jerusalem.

 

I hope Israelis will reserve judgement about the confrontation. Like you said in the video, “Nobody has to provoke nobody.”

 

Words to live by!

As much as the WCC wants to deny it, the organization has been rendered stupid with its obsession with Jewish power and sovereignty. Because of its problem with Jewish power, the organization regularly does obviously dumb things like retailing insane anti-Israel propaganda from people like Bishop Attala Hanna. At virtually every juncture when the WCC has a choice between speaking the truth about the Arab-Israeli conflict and beating up on Israel, it almost invariably chooses the latter.

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Evangelical Christians are the latest focus of an aggressive and deceptive pro-Palestinian/anti-Israel campaign designed to turn traditional supporters of Israel away from that support in favor of the Palestinian cause. This monograph equips Evangelicals with the information necessary to refute the faulty narrative at the heart of this campaign. It also exposes the threat Christian anti-Zionism poses to Evangelical-Jewish relations.

Select chapters from the monograph, The Assault on Evangelical Support for Israel, are available in Spanish.

Select chapters from the monograph, The Assault on Evangelical Support for Israel, are available in Polish.

Select chapters from the monograph,The Assault on Evangelical Support for Israel,  available in Portuguese.

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