Antisemitism is at an all-time high in the United States.
This evil hatred, which has existed since Pharaoh unsuccessfully attempted to exterminate God’s Chosen People through the mass genocide of male Jewish babies, must not stand. As Christians, we are morally accountable for our actions, as well as our inaction, as we witness any injustice, including rampant attacks against our Jewish brethren. We will either remain silent and do nothing or choose to speak up and stand with our Jewish brothers and sisters in their time of trouble.
As Dietrich Bonhoeffer once said, and as I have affirmed repeatedly:
Not to speak is to speak. Not to act is to act. God will not hold us guiltless.
Christians United for Israel is committed to combating antisemitism and confronting indifference whenever and wherever they are found. One of the key tools we have developed to stem the tide of ignorance about the Holocaust and ensure today’s Christians and tomorrow’s leaders are informed about the evils of antisemitism is our documentary, Never Again?
Never Again? tells the stories of two friends: Holocaust survivor, the late Irving Roth, and former radical Islamist, Kasim Hafeez. This unique film details the horrors of the Holocaust and draws parallels to the rampant antisemitism in our nation today. As Irving used to say, Never Again? points to the “signposts along the road to Auschwitz.”
What is the difference between 1939 and today?
This time, as antisemitism skyrockets in America, there are millions of CUFI members standing up and speaking out in defense of Israel and the Jewish people.
For Zion’s sake, we will not be silent—Never Again!
If we do not speak out, who will? Together, we can educate the American population, one person at a time, about the world’s oldest hatred and ensure the tragedies of the past never occur again. Never Again? can extraordinarily impact our generation and the next. I ask that you help CUFI stem the tide of antisemitism by reaching countless individuals who, otherwise, would remain indifferent toward Israel and the Jewish people.