UPDATED May 26, 2010 - The Presbyterian Church (USA) is preparing to debate a number of proposals related to the Arab-Israeli conflict at its General Assembly in early July. Here is a roundup of recent developments.
The Israel-Palestine Mission Network of the Presbyterian Church (USA) injects anti-Jewish animus into peacemaking efforts by obliquely linking acts of violence to Jewish groups in the U.S.
Presbyterian peacemakers condemn Israel for assassinating writer Ghassan Kanafani in 1972 while failing to report that he was a high-ranking member of the PFLP, a terrorist organization responsible for the Lod Airport Massacre in 1972.
J Street has condemned a report issued by the PC(USA)'s Middle East Study Committee for seeking to withhold military aid to Israel and for invoking their name without consultation.
A group of Presbyterian peacemakers is promoting anti-Israel incitement from a number of sources including Al Manar, a Hezbollah-controlled television station.