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
Advocate for persecuted Christians
Promote the important partnership between Evangelical Christians and Jews
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Today Is Holocaust Remembrance Day
APRIL 28, 2022
Today is Holocaust Remembrance Day, or Yom HaShoah in Hebrew, when we remember more than six million European Jews who were murdered by the Nazis and their willing collaborators during World War II simply because they were Jewish.
At 10:00 AM Israeli time, sirens sound throughout Israel for two minutes in remembrance of those who perished during the Holocaust. When the sirens wail, the entire nation comes to a standstill. All vehicles and pedestrians stop in their tracks and everyone stands in silence for the entire two minutes.
CAMERA Counters Anti-Israel Bias in the Christian World
APRIL 12, 2022
Tricia Miller of CAMERA's Partnership of Christians and Jews was recently a guest on the podcast, Shoulder to Shoulder, with Israeli Rabbi Pesach Wolicki, Executive Director at Ohr Torah Stone's Center for Jewish-Christian Understanding & Cooperation and American Pastor Doug Reed, Lead Pastor of Bridge of Hope Church in Youngstown, OH. The topic of this important interfaith discussion was, "Fighting Anti-Israel Bias in the Christian World." The podcast can be heard on Spotify, Apple podcasts or Google podcasts.
Kentucky Rabbi Stands Up to Anti-Israel Pastor, and a Jew Is Shot in Broad Daylight
FEBRUARY 24, 2022
A would-be assassin arrived at the campaign headquarters of Craig Greenberg, a Democrat running for mayor in Louisville, Kentucky, and tried to kill him.
Luckily, the shooter, a 21-year-old man named Quintez Brown — who was a prominent Black Lives Matter activist — missed his target and ran away after the February 14 attack. He was apprehended by the police, arrested, and charged with attempted murder.
Two days later, activists from BLM posted his bond of $100,000, and sprung him from jail. During subsequent scrutiny of Brown’s social media accounts, Rabbi Shlomo Litvin, chairman of the Kentucky Jewish Council, discovered that Brown had retweeted an image portraying Robert Kraft, the Jewish owner of the New England Patriots, as a “plantation master.” Brown had also posted a tweet suggesting Jewish money ran politics in Kentucky, and an image touting the ideology of the Black Hebrew Israelites, an organization listed by the ADL as one that has promoted antisemitism.
The Assault on Evangelical Support for Israel
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.