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ICEJ-USA petition demands no nukes for Iran

On Thursday, 26 March, the USA branch of the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem delivered to both the White House and top Congressional leaders a petition signed by more than 23,000 American citizens demanding that Iran be made to dismantle its nuclear program and that the US Congress have a say in any nuclear agreement now being negotiated with Tehran. An accompanying letter was also signed by dozens of prominent American Christian leaders representing tens of millions of citizens which mirrored these same demands.

The petition signatures were all collected by ICEJ-USA in the past three weeks after media reports made clear that the Obama administration is seeking a deal with Iran which would allow the radical Islamic regime to keep much of its nuclear program intact and would not be presented to Congress for approval.

“I was honoured to present these petitions on behalf of so many Christians who understand the implications of a nuclear Iran on both America’s national security and Israel, our closest, long-time ally in the Middle East,” said Susan Michael, ICEJ-USA National Director, upon presenting the petition to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.

The grassroots petition and Christian leadership letter were also delivered to the White House, Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, House Speaker John Boehner, and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi last Thursday. The petition calls for any agreement between the United States and Iran to be based on two principles: (1) It must completely dismantle the Iranian regime’s ability to build a nuclear bomb, and (2) Congress must ratify any agreement proposed by the Administration with regard to Iran’s nuclear program.

Joining Susan Michael of ICEJ-USA on the leadership letter were Dr. Michael Little, President of CBN; Rev. Dr. Samuel Rodriguez, President of NHCLC-CONELA; Jerry Johnson, President of the National Religious Broadcasters; Steve Strang, Founder and CEO of Charisma Media; Dr. James C. Dobson; Rev. Kenneth Copeland; Roberta Combs, President of Christian Coalition of America; David Kubal, President of Intercessors for America; Jane Hansen Hoyt, President of Aglow International; Penny Nance, CEO of Concerned Women for America; Dr. Paul Nyquist, President of Moody Bible Institute; Tony Perkins, President of the Family Research Council; Dr. Gary L. Bauer, executive board-member of Christians Unite

In coming weeks, the ICEJ also will be opening up the petition to its global constituency in more than 150 nations and will present the results to the United Nations and to the other P5+1 nations of China, France, Germany, Russia and the United Kingdom currently negotiating with Iran over its renegade nuclear program.

ICEJ to welcome latest flight of Bnei Menashe

On Thursday (13/11), the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem will be sponsoring flights for a group of 50 members of the Bnei Menashe community from India who are making Aliyah to Israel. They are part of the latest wave of 250 Bnei Menashe arriving in Israel this month in an on-going Aliyah operation spearheaded by Shavei Israel, with supervision by the Chief Rabbinate and other Israeli authorities.

With these latest arrivals, the ICEJ has now sponsored the aliyah flights of 1,000 Bnei Menashe over the past twenty four months, including a record 680 this year. The Bnei Menashe claim descent from the Israelite tribe of Manasseh and aspire to come home to the Land of Israel after 2700 years of exile. About 3,000 members of the Bnei Menashe community are now living in Israel, while another 6,000 are awaiting their turn to immigrate.

Over recent decades, the Christian Embassy has assisted more than 115,000 Jews in making aliyah to Israel – which is roughly ten percent of those immigrating to Israel during this time. Most of these new immigrants have come from the Former Soviet Union, but it includes Ethiopian Jews, Jews from Western countries, the ‘quiet aliyah’ from sensitive countries, and now the Bnei Menashe from India.

NOTE TO MEDIA:  The latest flight of Bnei Menashe olim will arrive at Ben-Gurion Airport on Thursday morning and is expected to enter the Arrivals Hall around 12:00 Noon. Any media wanting to cover their arrival should contact:

David Parsons, ICEJ Media Director                          or            Ziv Goldfisher, ICON Media
Cell: 052-381-6214                                                                            Cell: 054-808-8260;
Email: david.parsons@icej.org                                                   Email: ziv@icon-smc.com

Christian, Jewish leaders to unite in unprecedented call for world leaders to halt persecution of Middle East Christians

WJC President Ronald Lauder, Empowered21 President Billy Wilson, ICEJ Executive Director Jürgen Bühler co-sign letter to 120 world leaders demanding protection for region’s battered Christians

At a press conference to be convened on Monday (13/10) in Jerusalem, prominent leaders of major Jewish and Christian global organizations will announce an historic joint initiative calling on world leaders to take urgent, determined actions to halt the brutal persecution of Christians in the Middle East.

The joint initiative will be unveiled at the Feast of Tabernacles celebration sponsored by the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem, with some 4,500 Christians from 80 nations in attendance this week.

The alarming situation for Christian minorities across the Middle East continues to worsen even while world leaders have largely ignored this on-going human rights tragedy, laments a letter recently sent to heads of state and/or government for 95 democratic countries and co-signed by ICEJ executive director Dr. Jürgen Bühler, World Jewish Congress president Ronald S. Lauder, and Dr. William M. Wilson, president and co-chairman of the Empowered21 Global Council and president of Oral Roberts University.

Dr. Bühler noted that the participation of Lauder as head of the main umbrella organization representing world Jewry, together with leading Evangelical ministries, makes this an historic intiative.

“The current plight of Middle East Christians is heart-breaking and even Western churches have to do more to bring the suffering of our fellow believers to the forefront worldwide,” said Dr. Bühler. “But to have a prominent global Jewish leader lend his voice to this moral call for protecting the region’s persecuted Christians is unprecedented in modern times. We welcome all others of goodwill who will take a stand now for these vulnerable ancient Christian communities.”

“Just as Christians defend Jews against anti-Semitism, just as Christians support Israel, we Jews have an obligation to speak out against the growing persecution of Christians in many parts of the world,” Lauder said in explaining his participation as head of the World Jewish Congress.

“Islamist extremists have launched a full-fledged assault on our Western values, on our civilization, and Jews and Christians must work hand in hand to defeat this threat. For too long, the world has remained silent in the face of this evil. We must act before it is too late,” Lauder added.

“This letter gives an important voice to Christians who are being persecuted and even killed for their faith around the world, especially in the Middle East,” said Dr. Wilson of Empowered21, a major network of Evangelical leaders worldwide. “In this age of technology, we have a greater awareness of these types of alarming oppressions and a greater responsibility to protect Christian communities. Most Christ followers in these difficult situations will not respond with violence and therefore need global governmental authorities to stand with them against these injustices.”

All three signatories on the letter will address the press conference on Monday afternoon, 13 October, at the new Jerusalem Pais Arena, where the ICEJ’s annual Feast of Tabernacles is being held. Also on hand to speak will be Canon Andrew White, known as the ‘Vicar of Baghdad,’ an Anglican cleric who has become the leading voice of the battered Christians of Iraq.

Later on Monday evening, Israel’s President Reuven Rivlin along with Lauder will deliver greetings to the mass Christian gathering for the biblical festival of Sukkot. The audience will include some two dozen parliamentarians from around the globe who are attending the yearly Chairmen's Conference of the Israel Allies Foundation, an interparliamentary forum of pro-Israel legislators.

The lawmakers also are expected to speak out against the persecution of Christians in the Middle East, among other issues to be addressed by the Chairmen’s Conference.

Feast Press Conference                                   President Reuven Rivlin appearance at Feast
Monday, 13 October at 1:30 PM                   Monday, 13 October at 8:00 PM
East Foyer, Jerusalem Pais Arena                  Main Auditorium, Jerusalem Pais Arena
To attend either event, or for more information…
Contact: David Parsons, ICEJ Media Director
Email: david.parsons@icej.org; Cell:  052 381 6214

ICEJ to welcome group of Ukrainian Jews at Ben-Gurion on Sunday

On Sunday, 4 May 2014, the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem will be sponsoring the flights of a group of 19 Ukrainian Jews making aliyah to Israel due to the on-going crisis in The Ukraine. Arranged through the Jewish Agency, the arriving group includes three families and three single women who are part of a significant increase in Ukrainian Jewish immigration to Israel this year in order to escape the unrest of recent months.

Responding to an urgent request from the Jewish Agency, the ICEJ has been raising funds from Christians worldwide over recent weeks and has already collected enough donations to cover the flights to Israel for an initial 100 Ukrainian Jews. This is the first group sponsored by the Christian Embassy that will be arriving in Israel.

Anti-Semitic and neo-Nazi groups were already on the rise in The Ukraine even before the current political crisis erupted, and many Jews no longer feel safe there and are preparing to leave for Israel. The Jewish Agency reported recently that the number of Jews making aliyah from Ukraine has already doubled so far this year compared to 2013.

Over recent decades the Christian Embassy has assisted more than 115,000 Jews in making aliyah to Israel, including at least 42,000 Jews from Ukraine. Some of these earlier Ukrainian Jewish immigrants were courageously evacuated by volunteer Christians from conflict zones, such as during the fighting in the Transnistria region along the disputed border with Moldova in 1992.

"The unfolding crisis in Ukraine has meant an even more uncertain future for the Jewish community there, and we have acted swiftly once again to bring needy and endangered Jews home from this troubled region. It will be a privilege for our staff to welcome this first group home on Sunday," said Dr. Jürgen Bühler, ICEJ Executive Director.

ICEJ Delivers bomb shelters to Gaza border towns amid rocket war

On Thursday (10 July), the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem delivered two portable bomb shelters to the community of Kfar Aza along the Gaza border, which has been repeatedly targeted by Hamas rocket attacks over recent days. The delivery of the shelters came the day after an art school for the community’s children suffered a direct hit by a Kassam rocket from Gaza.

The ICEJ’s Executive Director, Dr. Jürgen Bühler, was on hand today for the shelter deliveries as a show of solidarity with the farming village, whose 750 residents have endured hundreds of rocket and mortar barrages over the past decade. The new shelters will serve the kibbutz dining hall and its youth center.

“The Christian Embassy is committed to helping those Israeli communities under the greatest rocket threat to find shelter and weather this storm,” said Bühler. “It was a great feeling to be able to quickly supply these two new mobile bomb shelters for our embattled friends in Kfar Aza, and we are as grateful as they are for the Christians around the world who made it possible.”

Over the past seven years, the ICEJ has provided more than 40 portable bomb shelters to Israeli communities along the Gaza border suffering under frequent Hamas rocket attacks. The Christian Embassy is currently raising emergency funds from Christians worldwide to cover the costs for more bomb shelters and to meet the urgent social needs of those under the greatest rocket threat in the Gaza periphery.

This latest shelter delivery is the result of an urgent request received by the ICEJ on Tuesday from former MK Shai Hermesh for bomb shelters for his home kibbutz of Kfar Aza. Many residents were in the community dining hall for breakfast that morning when the Code Red siren went off five separate times, with rockets falling all around. But the dining hall does not have any bomb shelter, leaving everyone in distress. So Hermesh contacted the ICEJ with a request for help. The Christian Embassy immediately ordered two portable bomb shelters, which were delivered today.

PHOTO CAPTIONS:

1)  The International Christian Embassy Jerusalem delivered two mobile bomb shelters to Kfar Aza on Thursday, one day after the community's art school for children suffered a direct rocket hit from Hamas in nearby Gaza.

2)  ICEJ executive director Dr. Jürgen Bühler (center), former MK Shai Hermesh (left), and Operation Lifeshield director Shmuel Bowman were on hand on Thursday for the delivery of two mobile bomb shelters to the embattled community of Kfar Aza.

3)  Inside the Kfar Aza children's art school damaged by a direct Kassam rocket hit from Gaza on Wednesday.

FOR MORE, CONTACT:
David Parsons, ICEJ Media Director
Email:  david.parsons@icej.org
Cell:  052 381 6214

The ICEJ’s Feast of Tabernacles has a New Home – The Jerusalem Pais Arena

The International Christian Embassy Jerusalem is pleased to announce that our annual Feast of Tabernacles celebration will have a new home this coming October 10-15, as we will be moving the week-long event to the brand new Jerusalem Pais Arena, near Malha mall.

For the past 33 years, the ICEJ has hosted its Feast gathering in the Jerusalem Convention Center, drawing thousands of Christians each year for a dynamic celebration of this biblical festival when the nations are welcomed in Jerusalem. This year, however, the ICEJ’s Feast will be held in the ultra-modern Pais Arena, which was inaugurated last week by Mayor of Jerusalem Nir Barkat.

With 11,600 seats on eight levels, along with special seating galleries and executive boxes plus a massive center LED screen, Barkat described the Arena as “the most advanced, state-of-the-art venue of its kind in the Middle East.”

Mayor Barkat has been particularly encouraging about moving the Feast of Tabernacles to the new Arena, offering the Christian Embassy the privilege of hosting the first major international gathering in the new facility.

Coming on the heels of the recent Gaza conflict, the ICEJ’s Feast 2014 will also be a huge statement of solidarity with Israel by the thousands of Christians expected to show up for the festival.

“Our move to this new facility in Jerusalem is a very exciting development which will allow us to further grow the Feast of Tabernacles,” said Dr. Jürgen Bühler, ICEJ Executive Director. “We believe that in the years to come, this new hall will be filled every Sukkot with even more pro-Israel Christians from around the globe. So this is a thrilling moment for the city of Jerusalem and for our ministry.”

This year’s Feast schedule includes the traditional Israeli Guest Night, when the event is opened up to thousands of Israelis to enjoy a musical program geared for a Jewish audience. On Tuesday evening, 14 October, Israelis can enjoy their first experience in the new Arena along with their Christian friends from around the world, featuring special performances by Israeli and foreign artists.

For more information, contact:  David Parsons, ICEJ Media Director; Email: david.parsons@icej.org; Cell:  052 381 6214

ICEJ Condemns Kansas City Shootings at Jewish Center

ICEJ CONDEMNS DEADLY SHOOTINGS AT KANSAS CITY JEWISH CENTER, WARNS OF GLOBAL INCREASE IN ANTI-SEMITISM AND THE NEED FOR BETTER AWARENESS AND EDUCATION

The International Christian Embassy Jerusalem (ICEJ) strongly condemns the violent hate-crime perpetrated outside the Jewish community center in Kansas City on Sunday, April 13th, 2014. In what would appear to have been an attack motivated by anti-Semitism on the very eve of Passover, a lone gunman opened fire outside a Jewish community center and a nearby retirement community, indiscriminately killing three individuals who were merely visiting the communities.

Reports indicate that none of the victims were in fact Jewish, but rather Christians who became the unlikely targets of one man’s misdirected, white-supremacist hatred.

The ICEJ has been warning for years that acts of anti-Semitism are on the rise around the globe with little being done, especially from a public awareness standpoint, to address the issue through the media. It’s high time that the mainstream news networks start calling attention to this growing concern before more people are hurt or killed.

The ICEJ also calls upon governments and local authorities to do a better job of condemning and taking action against all acts and expressions of anti-Semitism to curb this worrying trend. Much is needed in the way of education, in all levels of society, to be sure that all of our citizens understand the danger that anti-Semitism represents to us all, as sadly exhibited in this most recent attack.

For its part, the ICEJ has been working tirelessly in partnership with Yad Vashem, Israel’s Holocaust Memorial, to help train and educate Christian leaders from around the world so that they in turn can impact their communities and help turn the tide against this pervasive evil.

We implore people of all faiths to join with us in the fight against anti-Semitism, to expose any of its adherents and to help rid the world of this curse for the sake of all humanity.
 


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PCUSA Crosses the Line

A disturbing study guide entitled “Zionism Unsettled” has been published by an arm of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) The publication is filled with distorted facts and a historical narrative so extreme that some Jewish groups are calling it “hate speech.” It vilifies Israel and Zionism while ignoring Palestinian terrorism, calls for the annihilation of the Jewish State, and absconds Arab leaders of their culpability in the plight of the Palestinian people. The study guide proves that the PCUSA has aligned itself with the most radical of positions by equating Zionism with racism, comparing it to centuries of Christian anti-Semitism, and calling for a rethinking of the Holocaust to include the plight of the Palestinians.

The chapter on “Evangelicals and Christian Zionism” skews the facts to portray Christians who support Israel as dangerous and a threat to Middle-East peace. The chapter is taken largely from the writings of Dr. Gary Burge, an evangelical Presbyterian and Professor of New Testament at Wheaton College, who admits to holding a form of Replacement Theology in spite of the fact that it was the root of centuries of Christian anti-Semitism.

Replacement Theology teaches that God abandoned the Jewish people, has broken His promises to them, and has chosen a new people, the Church. The danger with this theology is that it implies that the Jewish people have been rejected and discarded due to their sin and failures. It is fertile ground for the proliferation of anti-Semitism and should be guarded against.

The Apostle Paul said in Romans 11 that God is not finished with the Jewish people and that their calling is irrevocable. In Hebrews 6, he cites God’s faithfulness to the Abrahamic Covenant to encourage beleaguered Christians to keep their faith, knowing they serve a faithful God.

Nevertheless, Burge goes so far as to say that the New Testament teaching spiritualizes and universalizes the Old Testament land promises to the Jewish people by treating them as spiritual metaphor. While it is true that in Galatians 3:29 the Apostle Paul said that Christians do enjoy the blessings of Abraham as spiritual heirs, he did not claim that they “replaced” the natural heirs nor inherit the land. This would require a rewriting of scripture since the land promise to the descendants of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob was “everlasting” and is confirmed forty-six times throughout the books of the Old Testament.

Psalm 105 says that God does not break covenant, nor alter the word that has gone out of His mouth, therefore, the descendants of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob would receive the promises made to them. It is because of these scriptures that the disciples asked Jesus if He was going to “restore the kingdom to Israel now” in Acts 1:6. He simply said the time was not for them to know, clearly indicating that it would happen in God’s timing. In Luke 21, Jesus said that Jerusalem would once again be under Jewish sovereignty and put it in an eschatological context.

Burge attempts then to diminish the reach of Christian Zionism by limiting it as dispensational and dual covenant in theology. While dispensationalism is a theology favorable towards Israel, only one in every ten Christians is a dispensationalist. A much larger number of Christians, from a wide-variety of denominations and theological persuasions, supported the restoration of the Jews to their homeland; including John and Charles Wesley, Robert Murray MacCheynne, Bishop Ryle of Liverpool, Charles Spurgeon, the Puritans, Professor Jacob Janeway of the Scottish National Church, Martin Luther King and many others.

Christian Zionism is also not “dual covenant.” Mainstream Christian Zionists are found in all the historical and contemporary church movements, including the Presbyterian Church, and they most certainly believe that Jesus' finished work on the cross is their only grounds of salvation. While the basis for Christian Zionism is found in the Abrahamic Covenant, in which God announced to Abraham His plan to create a people through whom He would carry out His plan to redeem the world, the Abrahamic covenant needed the Mosaic Covenant, the Davidic Covenant and the New Covenant to bring about that great salvation.

Israel's role, as the vehicle of God’s redemptive plan, does not make her better than any other people groups but rather more accountable to God. The Jewish people are chosen for the blessing of the nations, including the Palestinian people. However, this study construes the chosenness of the Jewish people to be a form of racism that esteems them higher than other peoples, and therefore, not held to the same standard of accountability.

The PCUSA may wish that Christians that support Israel and the Jewish people are a fringe group, but the fact is that some 70% of Americans are favorable towards Israel. There are a number of reasons why Americans support Israel: personal experience while touring Israel, admiration for Israeli technology and innovation, or appreciation for the only democracy in the Middle East. Bible-believing Christians support Israel because of their reading of the scriptures. In short, God has brought the Jewish people back to their homeland in fulfillment of His promises to Abraham and millions of Christians want to bless and help them.

Conversely, the PCUSA has aligned itself with extreme and radical groups such as Sabeel. Founded by Naim Ateek, Sabeel propagates Palestinian Liberation Theology that disregards any portion of scripture that disagrees with Ateek’s anti-Semitic views. Hence, right out of the Sabeel playbook, this study guide calls for churches to stop using hymns and liturgy that use the biblical terms: exodus, covenant, return, blossoming of the desert, Zion and Israel.

It is time that the PCUSA wakes up and realizes that holding radical and anti-Semitic positions, such as reflected in this study guide, will only guarantee their continued membership decline, because most Americans not only shun hate speech, but admire and stand with the people of Israel.

 


 

Susan Michael is US Director for International Christian Embassy Jerusalem and creator of www.IsraelAnswers.com.
 

ICEJ Statement on the U.N. Recognition of Palestine

Last year, the Palestinian Authority failed in its bid for international recognition of a unilaterally declared Palestinian state through a vote in the United Nations Security Council, which is the proper body to take such binding decisions.

So this year the PA turned to the UN General Assembly, seeking its approval of a resolution upgrading its status to that of a non-member state, the maximum status which the UNGA can confer without Security Council approval. Given the built-in majority support already enjoyed by the Palestinians in the General Assembly, that resolution passed today by a wide margin.

The PA insists this resolution is meant to preserve the two-state solution and further the search for peace in the Middle East. Yet they deliberately submitted this decision for approval in the General Assembly on 29 November, the anniversary of the adoption of the UN Partition Plan for Mandate Palestine in 1947, an historic compromise which the Arab states immediately rejected.

Today’s move by the Palestinians is once again a rejection of peace and accommodation with Israel, much the same as in 1947. It marks a continuing refusal to come to terms with the right of the Jewish people to a state in their ancient homeland.

More specifically, the Palestinians are seeking a way to statehood which does not require them to also recognize Israel as a Jewish state or to conclude an agreement with Israel which ends the conflict and all its related disputes.

This enhanced status as a non-member state will now allow the Palestinian leadership to broaden their strategic campaign of challenging Israel’s legitimacy throughout the myriad of UN forums, including the International Criminal Court in The Hague.

By passing this decision today, the majority of nations in the UN General Assembly are rewarding the Palestinians for their obstinate refusal to engage in direct bilateral negotiations with Israel, and thereby setting back the search for peace.

They are also undermining respect for international law and signed agreements between the parties, such as UNSC resolution 242 and the Oslo accords. Russia was a signatory to the Oslo agreements, while the European Union has served as a broker of subsequent agreements and disputes between the parties, but their solemn obligations have been ignored and even discarded in the decision made today.

This makes it all that much harder for Israel to trust the international community when it comes to third-party guarantees concerning the safety and future of the Jewish state.
 


For Media Inquiries Contact:
David Parsons –Media Director, ICEJ

ICEJ Statement on Israel’s actions in Gaza

Yesterday, Israeli leaders ordered the IDF to finally take concerted action against the repeated launching of rockets and mortars from Gaza into southern Israel, including more than 120 rockets which landed inside Israel since Saturday alone. The current IDF operation, called Pillar of Defense, comes after Hamas and other radical Islamic militias in Gaza had escalated their missile fire into the Negev region on three separate occasions in the past month, each episode ending in very fragile truces brokered by Egypt.

Where this military confrontation will lead is difficult to assess at present. So far, Israeli air forces have successfully targeted the top Hamas military commander in Gaza and destroyed the terror militias longer-range Fajr-3 missiles, yet still another 250 rockets have landed inside Israel in the past 24 hours. The Israeli public has been told to be prepared for an extended conflict and IDF ground forces are being mobilized to enter Gaza if the rocket fire does not cease.

No doubt, Hamas has been emboldened to risk war with Israel by the recent rise to power of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, especially considering that Hamas constitutes the Palestinian chapter of the Muslim Brotherhood. Displaying its loyalty to Hamas, Cairo has already recalled its ambassador from Tel Aviv and Egypt’s top government leaders and senior clerics have condemned the “Israeli aggression” in Gaza without any reference whatsoever to the incessant rocket fire into Israel.

The Arab League and the Organization of the Islamic Conference are now joining Egypt in urgently demanding that the United Nations Security Council take action against Israel. None of these organizations have displayed a similar urgency or will to stop the on-going bloodbath in Syria, where Arabs have been killing Arabs in massive numbers for over 20 months, resulting in more than 30,000 deaths. Yet, they deem the act of Jews defending themselves against Arab terror militias to be an outrage worthy of immediate condemnation and punishment.

The International Christian Embassy Jerusalem is fully committed to helping needy Israeli citizens who have fallen victim to these rocket attacks from Gaza. We ask that you:

Injured Israelis3) Give generously to the ICEJ’s “Israel in Crisis Fund”, which we are now using to meet urgent needs among those communities most impacted by the current violence. We have long-established partnerships with local Israeli charities and social workers in the areas now under fire and already are receiving numerous requests for urgent help. An ICEJ-sponsored relief team of nine volunteers is already on the ground providing food, clothing, first aid kits, blankets, toiletries and shelter to those affected by the hostilities. This humanitarian assistance has already reached families in the building and neighborhood of Kiryat Malachi where three Israelis were killed in a direct Kassam rocket hit this morning.

Please get involved in this relief effort by donating today »

 

1) Pray earnestly for the safety of innocent civilians on both sides, as well as a swift resolution to this latest conflict which will ensure that the Hamas rocket threat is finally removed from over southern Israel.

2) Speak out on Israel’s behalf to your local communities, media and government leaders, especially to defend Israel’s right to safeguard its citizens.


For Media Inquiries Contact:
David Parsons –Media Director, ICEJ

 

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