Christians for Fair Witness on the Middle East advocates among mainline Protestants and Roman Catholics in North America for fairness in the churches’ witness on issues related to the conflict between Israel and its Arab neighbors.
Christians for
Fair Witness
on the Middle East

475 Riverside Drive
Suite 1960
New York, New York
10115

(212) 870-2320
(212) 870-2001 (fax)

christianfairwitness@gmail.com

Christians For Fair Witness on the Middle East Prays That Israeli/Palestinian Peace Talks Continue


Fair Witness is very disturbed by the findings in Amnesty International’s recent Report accusing the Israeli Defense Forces (“IDF”) of routinely using excessive force against Palestinian protesters on the West Bank and needlessly causing numerous Palestinian deaths and injuries.


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Christians For Fair Witness on the Middle East Prays for an End to the Violence in Israel and Palestine


Fair Witness is very disturbed by the findings in Amnesty International’s recent Report accusing the Israeli Defense Forces (“IDF”) of routinely using excessive force against Palestinian protesters on the West Bank and needlessly causing numerous Palestinian deaths and injuries.


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Christians for Fair Witness On The Middle East Applauds The Efforts Of Holy Land Clergy Seeking Peaceful Co-Existence In Jerusalem


There is a history of interreligious tension in Jerusalem, but recently there has been a noticeable rise in attacks on both people and holy sites. Last month the Christian cemetery on Mount Zion was vandalized, with tombstones toppled and stone crosses hacked into pieces. Mosques near Jerusalem have been attacked with anti-Islamic graffiti in so-called “price tag” attacks. Hundreds of Jews visiting the Jewish cemetery on the Mount of Olives have been attacked with rocks in less than one year.


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Christians for Fair Witness on The American Churches and the Role of Fear in the Israeli/Palestinian Conflict


Sixty three years after the founding of the State of Israel, forty four years after the beginning of the Israeli occupation, and eighteen years after the start of the hope-filled years of the Oslo Accords, Palestinians and Israelis find themselves still unable to come to a negotiated agreement. Locked in an on-going conflict which regularly spills into violence and bloodshed, we are led to ask, what is it that is keeping the Palestinians and Israelis from finding their way to a peaceful solution?


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