Anti-Semitism awareness bill passes Senate

By Colleen Flaherty, InsideHigherEd— The U.S. Senate on Thursday passed the Anti-Semitism Awareness Act, which seeks to adopt the U.S. State Department’s definition of anti-Semitism so that the Education Department may consider it in investigating reports of religiously motivated campus crimes. The State Department defines anti-Semitism as “a certain perception of Jews, which may be…

CAMERA Exposes Well-Orchestrated Assault on Evangelical Support for Israel

By Breaking Israel News— The Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America (CAMERA) has released a monograph exposing the roots and effects of a well-orchestrated attack on Evangelical support for Israel. “Recent trends in the Evangelical world reveal a shifting away from its historic support for Israel under the influence of a politically…

Evangelical terrorism

By Brian Schrauger, Jerusalem Journal-— In the early days of March 2016, Bethlehem Bible College held its fourth Christ at the Checkpoint (CatC) conference. Although attendance was lower than prior iterations (about 300), the conference’s anti-Israel agenda was more explicit than ever. Notably, however, the primary focus of the confab’s condemnation was not Israel or…

Black Lives Matter and the endless war against the Jews

By Wesley Pruden, Washington Times— The man who controls the language controls the conversation, as George Orwell rightly observed. The word that the left is trying, with a certain success, to appropriate now is “genocide.” Genocide is what Hitler set out to do, to exterminate Europe’s Jews (and who knows where his evil ambition would…

Christians and Jews Join Together to Support Israel

By Veronica Neffinger, Christian Headlines— A group of U.S. Christians are joining together in support for Israel and to combat a U.S. pro-Palestinian movement. CharismaNews.com reports that the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) became the latest American church to join the boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) movement against Israel. To counter this movement, about…

On modern anti-Semitism, Christian silence is complicity

By Carla Brewington, Christian Post— In the 1930s in Germany, many caved to the dangerous political agenda of the time. They wanted power, peace, and prosperity, to reclaim their country from the ravages of World War I. Christians were no different. But in doing so, they embraced the words of Martin Luther. In 1539, in…