For about two decades, Sabeel, founded by Rev. Dr. Naim Ateek (left), has portrayed Jewish sovereignty, and not efforts to undermine it, as the cause of the Arab-Israeli conflict.
Two commissioners to the Presbyterian Church’s 2006 General Assembly condemned Palestinian violence against Israel and the Christian population in the Gaza Strip in a statement issued in mid-January 2008.
Once again, Christian leaders in the Middle East have issued a statement that has great propaganda value for Israel’s enemies, but little value as a peacemaking document.
The PC(USA)’s 2006 General Assembly may have reversed a 2004 resolution calling for the church to divest from Israel, but the resolution is having little impact on the actions of the denomination’s investment committee.
One of the most disturbing of this season's "Bethlehem Formula" columns is the muddled and distorted Op-Ed by Kenneth Woodward that appeared on the generally well-vetted Op-Ed page of the Wall Street Journal.
Sabeel's “Contemporary Way of the Cross” turns a dishonest narrative about the Arab-Israeli conflict into an object of religious devotion.
Every Christmas, journalists and commentators use the Nativity as a lens to portray
as a land-stealing oppressor nation. This year, National Geographic kicks off the season with a distorted article.
In a recent speech, Archbishop Desmond Tutu said the Jewish people are indispensable, but did not condemn by name those who would murder them.
The Boston Globe published a CAMERA-authored article regarding the upcoming Sabeel conference at Old South Church in Boston.
Boston's Old South Church is renting its worship space to Sabeel, an organization that traffics in anti-Judaic imagery and supports a one-state solution to the Arab-Israeli conflict.