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Promoting Justice

Seek Godly solutions for Israel and the Middle East

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The ICEJ is committed to seeking Godly peace and pro-active solutions for Israel and its neighbours, while not being willing to overlook injustice for the sake of any cause. We believe that Israel has a right to live safely in the land that God has promised her, and that Jerusalem should remain her undivided capital under Jewish sovereignty. That is our starting point.

We realize that one of the biggest obstacles to any peaceful resolution remains the refusal of opposing parties to even recognize Israel’s right to exist, and their desire in many instances to see her completely removed from the map. The existential threat that Israel faces from terrorist entities such as Hamas and Hezbollah, and from rogue states such as Iran should not be underestimated or ignored. Neither too should one minimize the growing campaign to see Israel labeled an Apartheid state so as to validate its dismantling.

Join us in speaking up for justice:

Campaigns

From the “Mordecai Outcry” for Russian Jews in 1981 to the current “Jerusalem United” campaign, the ICEJ continues to take a stand for the state of Israel and Jewish people around the globe. Join us as we seek to work with the Lord in accomplishing His purposes for His people at this time.

Anti-Semitism

The ICEJ is called to confront the rising hostility that threatens Israel and the Jewish community worldwide. In 2006, we forged an historic partnership with Yad Vashem, Israel's Holocaust Remembrance Center, aimed at helping Christians better understand and confront modern anti-Semitism.

Christian Persecution

Islamic extremism is responsible for the persecution of Christians and oppression of women throughout the Middle East. The ICEJ helps Palestinian Christians, Jewish immigrants from Ethiopia, and African refugees who have fled Muslim warlords in Sudan and persecution in Egypt.

Islam and Terrorism

The historical connection between Islam and terrorism goes back to Muhammad himself and can only truly be understood by a study of the teachings of the Koran. Much of the West remains blind to this fact despite thousands killed by suicide bombers, from Mumbai to New York.

Get Involved

Join a growing mainstream movement of Christians worldwide who share a love and concern for Israel and an understanding of the biblical significance of the modern ingathering of the Jews to the land of their forefathers. See how you can show your support for Israel.

 

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