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Looking Back:
CJUI Members in action

The 2015 CJUI 10th Annual
Genesis Awards

The 2015 CJUI Genesis Awards on Sunday, October18 was a wonderful event. Each year, CJUI selects individuals who have a demonstrated courageous leadership and enduring love for Isral to receive our thanks. This year our honorees were Lt. Gen. (Ret.) William G. Boykin Larry Koplan and Bev Koplan.

In 2015 members of CJUI

protested the Iran Nuclear Deal

United Jerusalem Day Celebration
and Parade in Newton Centre 2015

CJUI at the Rally for Israel
Boston City Hall Plaza, August 7, 2014

Operation Protective Edge

Boston for Israel Rally
Friday, July 18

A big thank you to all who came to show overwhelming support for Israel in the Boston Common.

The speakers, Ilan Segev, Co-Chair, Israeli American Council (IAC), Yehuda Yaakov, Consul General of Israel to New England, and Barry Shrage,  President of CJP, provided sobering assessments of the current conflict and the critical need for Israel to stand strong in her committment to bring a complete end to Hamas' capability to inflict terror and harm upon Israel and her citizens.

Chloe Valdary, a passionate pro-Israel advocate weaves a vocal tapestry of words extolling a heartfelt rendering of the vision of Zionism.
Rally Sponsored by
Israeli American Council (IAC), the Israel Campus Roundtable and StandWithUs.
Co-sponsored by: CAMERA, Israel on Campus Coalition, Jewish National Fund, Hasbara Fellowships, Hillel Council of New England, the Anti-Defamation League, Hebrew Play, Women's Gathering, CJUI (Christians and Jews United for Israel), Congregation Kehillath Israel, Temple Emeth, and the David Project.

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"I Believe in the Covenant of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob"

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Truths About Human Rights in Israel

(From Jewish Virtual Library, http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/myths/mf18.html) 

 Israel is one of the few places in the Middle East where Arab women may vote.  In Israel, Arabs have equal voting rights as Jews.

 Israeli Arabs hold various Knesset seats and government posts, including current deputy mayor of Tel Aviv and Supreme Court justice.

 By law, Israeli government may not prevent Arab citizens from living wherever they choose nor allocate land based on religion or ethnicity.

  Israeli law prohibits discrimination in employment of all citizens regardless of religion or ethnicity.

  For the first time in Mideast history, there is an independent judiciary willing to listen to grievances of Arabs – that judiciary is called the Israeli Supreme Court.

  Israel has given Palestinians the authority to self-govern virtually all civil affairs for the Arabs in the PA territories.

  Israel drilled new wells for Arabs in the PA near Jenin, Nablus, and Tulkarm, and more than 60 towns in the territories were given new water supply systems for their use.

  Israeli hospitals extend humanitarian treatment to every person in need, regardless of religion, residency, or race.


Col. Richard Kemp testifying at the UN:
"The IDF did more to safeguard the rights
of civilians in a combat zone than any
 other army in the history of warfare."


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While Jewish children are taught to value life, these Arab
children at a school in East Jerusalem are being taught to die.


"Wherever in the world prejudice against the Jews still exist, there can be no place for it among the people of the U.S."                                                Grover Cleveland


You NEED to know...
Radical Islam's Vision for America

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Declaration of Support for Israel and Jerusalem

In response to rising global anti-Semitism and threats to Israel's security, we declare our support of Israel's right to exist as the historical national homeland for Jews, with Jerusalem as her undivided capital. We further support Israel's right to retain secure and defensible borders for the protection of her citizens against foreign enemies and terror insurgents.

We recognize Israel as the most democratic nation in the Middle East, a nation that guarantees "complete equality of social and political rights to all its inhabitants, irrespective of religion, race or sex" and pledges to "safeguard the Holy Places of all religion." (Quoted from the 1948 Israeli Declaration of Independence). Sharing with us these precious democratic and Judeo-Christian values, Israel has been and must remain America's closest ally in the Middle East.

For the last 3,000 years, despite foreign occupiers and attackers, Israel has been the declared homeland of one people: the Jews. The Babylonians in the sixth century BCE and the Romans in 70 CE destroyed the Temple and scattered the Jewish people. Subsequent empires have appropriated the land. Yet, none of them, including the Arab Muslim occupiers, have ever called Israel their homeland, or Jerusalem their national capital. Finally, in 1948, the Jews reclaimed their nation, with Jerusalem as its capital. But from 1948 to 1967, Jordan closed off the east Jerusalem and the West Bank from Israel, stopping any Jews from visiting their holy sites.  In the 1967 Six Day War, Israel re-captured all of Jerusalem and brought her undivided capital under a sovereign Jewish rule. And thus it shall remain as Israel's eternal capital.
The Bible specifically mentions the name "Jerusalem" nearly 800 times, linking the city with the faith and history of the Jewish people. In contrast, the birth of Islam 1,400 years ago took place outside the land of Israel. The name of Jerusalem does not appear even once in Islam's holy book, the Qur'an.

Despite over a century of Arab rejectionism and wars large and small that have needlessly taken thousands of Jewish and Arab lives, a secure Israel must continue to be the center of our hopes and prayers.

"[The] heart and soul of the Jewish people engenders the thought that if you want one simple word to symbolize all of Jewish history, that word would be 'Jerusalem.'"
Teddy Kollek

In view of the above, on May 23, 2010, at the Boston March for Jerusalem, we declared and affirmed our support of Israel and her undivided capital, Jerusalem.

CJUI, a non-profit organization, was established in 2006 to provide  informed, active responses to the anti-Semitic, anti-Israel  actions and rhetoric that are increasingly blatant in public discourse and on college campuses .

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