Mae Cannon, a well-known propagandist who used her position at World Vision as a base to de-legitimize the Jewish state, is now using her position at Churches for Middle East Peace (CMEP) to do the same thing.
World Relief, the humanitarian arm of the U.S.-based National Association of Evangelicals, fails to address its role in sponsoring a talk by an activist in South Africa who endorsed violence against Israelis.
Two-thirds of the Palestinians interviewed in a recent poll want Mahmoud Abbas to step down as President of the Palestinian Authority. The poll, which highlights problems in Palestinian society that hinder peace, has been ignored by most media outlets.
Will Catholic intellectuals such as Fr. David Neuhaus, S.J. (left) live up to the demands of Nostra Aetate in the 21st Century?
The Global Ministries of the UCC and the Disciples of Christ is trying to enlist Sunday school teachers — yes, Sunday school teachers — in its ongoing effort to demonize Israel in the weeks prior to Christmas.
Yusef Daher, a Christian "peacemaker," in Jerusalem is promoting Jew-hatred and lionizing rock throwers. What will his patron, the World Council of Churches do?
Yusef Daher, who works at the WCC-supported Jerusalem Interchurch Center (JIC) in Jerusalem, shamelessly promotes theological hatred of the Jewish state in the name of peace.
Mae Cannon, the newly appointed executive director of Churches for Middle East Peace, is unable or unwilling to address some of the more intractable obstacles to peace between Arab and Jew in the Holy Land.
The World Council of Churches has been a major player in the ongoing effort to delegitimize Israel. For example, at UN "antiracism" conference in Durban held in 2001, it helped stifle discussion of anti-Semitism and then bragged about it afterwards.
World Vision, a Christian charity that promotes child welfare throughout the world need to learn some important lessons from the controversy surrounding the arrest of its employee in the Gaza Strip earlier this year.