Opinion by Max Boot Columnist Today at 12:26 p.m. EDT https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2021/10/18/sally-rooney-israel-china-double-standard/ There is a telling disconnect in the way that Israel is perceived by Arab countries and […]
Statement on the New Coalition Government
Presbyterians for Middle East Peace is pleased that the coalition led by Yair Lapid and Naphtali Bennett has been seated as the […]
A Time for Change
Since 2004, when the PCUSA started down the rabbit hole of divesting from stocks related to Israel, the PCUSA has systematically made itself irrelevant to […]
2020 General Assembly
Due to the Covid 19 pandemic, the 2020 General Assembly did not address any social justice or social witness issues. These issues will be taken […]
What It Looks Like to Support Reconciliation Projects in Israel/Palestine
I have to remind myself that it was only two years ago that my church hosted a meeting with a local synagogue to hear about […]
On Annexation, Netanyahu Must Choose a Lasting Legacy
David Makovsky and Dennis Ross Also available in العربية فارسی Times of Israel May 5, 2020 The prime minister no longer needs to lean on the transactional politics of […]
PFMEP Statement on the 224th GA
Dear Rev. Nelson & Co-Moderators Kohlmann and Cintro-Olivieri, Please know that you and all the PCUSA staff are in the prayers of those of […]
What would Jesus Do?
Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God. Matthew 5:9 “You have heard that it was said, ‘Love your neighbor and […]
Were David, Mary and Jesus Colonialists?
In their latest publication, the Israel Palestine Mission Network (IPMN) makes an outrageous claim that Palestinians are the “indigenous” people in that region while the […]
Retribution or Reconciliation?
Yuval Roth had long been committed to peace between Israelis and Palestinians. And then in 1993, one month after the Oslo Accord was signed, Roth’s […]