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The Fellowship Calls for Unity to Counter Wave of Anti-Semitism

We love our neighbors sign at interfaith rally at the Chicago Loop Synagogue after it was vandalized in an anti-Semitic incident. (Photo: IFCJ)

After the many waves of bomb threats against Jewish Community Centers across America recently, The Fellowship is calling for unity. Jewish News Service reports on the efforts of The Fellowship and our faithful supporters to unify against hate:

The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (The Fellowship) has launched an online campaign urging supporters to condemn the ongoing wave of anti-Semitism across the U.S. in recent weeks, while calling for unity between Christians and Jews in response to bomb threats at Jewish community centers and vandalism at Jewish cemeteries…

“As a Christian and supporter of The Fellowship, I stand with the Jewish people as they endure rising attacks and displays of anti-Semitism in America and abroad. Never again will we remain silent in the face of such threats,” the statement reads.

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