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Christian Action Against Antisemitism


Inspired by the recent upsurge in antisemitism across the UK, Christian Action Against Antisemitism ('C triple A') was established in 2022 with a vision to see Christians everywhere, standing shoulder to shoulder with the Jewish communities around the UK,  being a voice against antisemitism and making sure they are not left alone to defend themselves against the lies, attacks, canards and tropes which have plagued them for millennia and sadly which, most have their origins in Christianity

Our purpose is to raise awareness and right the many wrongs that have been perpetuated in the name of Christianity against Jewish people, wrongs committed over 2000 years which include massacre, expulsion, torture and theft, all under the banner of the cross and in the name of Christianity.

We love the Church, and 'true believers' have always been the vehicle for so much good, change and healing in the world! It is our conviction that the atrocities committed in our name do not represent who we are, who Jesus is (the Perfect, loving, kind and JEWISH Messiah), and what our mission is - to bring the message of hope and life to a broken world. However these things were done and we believe a movement is rising up to rectify the evil that has been perpetrated. We long  to see Christians catching the revelation of Gods immense heart and love for His people - the Jews, and the Jewish nation: Israel.

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Silent, Passive inaction is not an option

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Image by Joshua Hanks


We will love, care, and Support the Jewish people. Visible, practical, effective and support where it is needed most


What can you and your Church do to rectify the shameful past and stand with the Jewish people


Together our voice is strong

Through prayer and conference events, sharing and teaching historical Chrsitian Antisemitism  in Churches, 

Silence in the face of evil is itself evil: God will not hold us guiltless.

Not to speak is to speak.

Not to act is to act.”

Dietrich Bonoeffer

**Picture from the Wittenburg Church where Martin Luther allegedly nailed his 95 theses, showing the Judensau (Jew pig) sculpture of a Rabbi feeding the Jews the pigs excrement, as they suckle 


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