Israel Palestine + Iraq + Iran + Afghanistan

Sign the Letter to Obama on US aid to Israel

There are currently 50,000 signatures on the JVP letter To Obama requesting that Israel not be above the US law. Please sign to help us reach 60,000.

Take Action Now for Peace in Israel Palestine!

Please raise your voice as people of faith deeply committed to peace and reconciliation in the land held sacred by so many.

PPF Supports Multi-Denominational Letter from American Christian Leaders Urging Congressional End to Unconditional Aid to Israel

The Presbyterian Peace Fellowship (PPF), welcomes and supports the letter recently sent to Congress by fifteen American Christian religious leaders, including the Rev. Gradye Parsons, Stated Clerk of the PC(USA), asking for an immediate investigation into possible violations of U. S. laws by the Israeli government in its use of materials provided by the United States. U. S. laws prohibit assistance to countries engaging in consistent patterns of human rights violations and limit the use of weapons provided by the U. S. to “internal security” and “legitimate self-defense,”specifically prohibiting using U.S. weapons against civilians and civilian infrastructure.

2013 Peaceseeker Award: Jewish Voice for Peace and the Israel/Palestine Mission Network

For Immediate Release

Religious, Interfaith Organizations For Peace

GA Votes to Boycott Israeli Goods Produced in Occupied Palestinian Territories

by Melinda Thompson

With a 71% favorable vote, the 220th General Assembly passed the following overture calling for a boycott of all Israeli goods produced in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT):

The Presbyterian Church (USA) calls upon all nations to prohibit the import of products made by enterprises in Israeli settlements on Palestinian land.

Sign the Kairos "Call to Action"

Read the Kairos USA document: Call to Action: U.S. Response to the Kairos Palestine Document and add your signature to the statement.

Plentiful Harvest

Presbyterians’ commitment to education is bearing fruit in rising aspirations for freedom across the Middle East

by Victor E. Makari
from Presbyterians Today

The War in Afghanistan

by Tom F. Driver

On Aug 21, 2012, The New York Times published the faces of all 2,000 U.S. American service members who have been killed while fighting the war in Afghanistan. Shockingly, some of these were shot by supposed allies. Since the beginning of this year, at least 40 NATO service members, most of them American, have been killed by active members of the Afghan forces or by attackers dressed in their uniforms.