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CUFI Declares War on Anti-Semitism

One year after their 2006 debut, Christians United for Israel (CUFI) consisted of less than 8900 members. As they celebrate their tenth anniversary, CUFI proudly proclaims itself the largest Israel advocacy organization in the world, with a membership of nearly 2.8 million.

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Holocaust Survivor Compares BDS Tactics to Nazi Propaganda

When Irving Roth walked out of the Auschwitz concentration camp in April 1945, having watched in horror as members of his family were marched into the gas chamber upon their arrival the previous year, he was thankful that he would live to see his sixteenth birthday.

Human Rights Activist ‘Punks’ Saudi Arabia over Treatment of Gays

The Saudi Arabian Cultural Mission (SACM) held its annual celebration and job fair last month just outside Washington, D.C. The four-day event begun on May 22 was “designed to reward the graduates on the King Abdullah Scholarship Program (KASP) with the chance to both celebrate their success with their colleagues as well as search for jobs and meet top executives from leading companies and universities in Saudi Arabia.”

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Muslims, Christians, and Jews Celebrate Zionism in New Orleans

Earlier this month, over 1,000 students gathered on the campus of Tulane University in New Orleans to celebrate Zionism. Defined as “the national movement for the return of the Jewish people to their homeland and the resumption of Jewish sovereignty in the Land of Israel,” the term has been hijacked in recent years by anti-Israel advocates who have attempted to redefine Zionism as racism.

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University of New Orleans: Divest from the Palestinian Authority

Signs of a new twist on the divestment phenomenon have recently been popping up on the campus of the University of New Orleans. Unlike the anti-Israel Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaign that began infiltrating college campuses nearly a decade ago, this divestment campaign targets the Palestinian Authority.

Anti-Semitism Comes to Vanderbilt University

Nashville, TN–Members of the Jewish fraternity Alpha Epsilon Pi at Vanderbilt University became the latest target of campus anti-Semitism–discovering swastika’s spray-painted in the elevator of their fraternity house, and another swastika painted on a basement door, according to an e-mail from Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Susan Wente.

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House Rep. Dropped from Charity Banquet Following Bibi Walkout

Illinois Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky (D-9) was slated to be honored by Keshet Sunday evening, March 8, 2015 with its Community Service Award. According to reliable sources close to the situation, the developmental disabilities charity asked Schakowsky earlier this week not to attend their annual Rainbow Banquet.

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Human Rights and Jewish groups Demand Investigation of Anti-Semitism at UC Davis

Prompted by recent anti-Semitic incidents at the University of California at Davis, 23 human rights organizations, with a support base in the hundreds of thousands, have demanded UC Davis Chancellor Linda P.B. Katehi conduct a formal investigation into Students for Justice in Palestine and a student senator for their involvement in acts of “hatred and bigotry on campus.”

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Santa Claus Isn’t Coming to Middle East Towns

The headline may give you a chuckle, but it is certainly no laughing matter. Christians in the Middle East have been devastated by violence and genocidal tendencies at the hands of Islamic extremists. The only place in the Middle East Christians are truly safe is the Jewish State.