by Eli Kavon
November 2, 2013

The promises of empires and superpowers to the Jewish people often turn out to be the worst sort of perfidy.

by One For Israel

The irrational prejudice against Jewish people is often called the “ancient hatred”. There seems to be no logical explanation that fits the fury spewed out from every corner of the earth, throughout all time, with no apparent common denominator.

by Chosen People Ministries

Why antisemitism led to the persecution of Jews.

by Tony Pearce
May 1, 2019

If Christians want to have true spiritual life, it is essential to acknowledge the debt they have to Israel and to repay that debt with love for the Jewish people.

by Dr. Francis A. Schaeffer

Let us note the command of God in Romans 11:31. It tells us clearly what our attitude in this age should be to natural Israel. We should have mercy unto them. And, my friends, mercy and anti-Semitism in any form do not live in the same household.

by Hunter Stuart
June 22, 2017

In an exclusive article for HonestReporting, foreign journalist Hunter Stuart recounts how he was exposed to the realities of reporting from Israel and found that his pro-Palestinian views were dramatically changed as a result.

Authors:  Marilyn J. Harran and John Roth

The Holocaust Chronicle, written and fact-checked by top scholars, recounts the long, complex, anguishing story of the most terrible crime of the 20th century. A massive, oversized hardcover of more than 750 pages, The Holocaust Chronicle: A History in Words and Pictures is an excitingly unique, not for-profit endeavor of the publisher, Louis Weber.

by The Messianic Hebrew-Christian Fellowship Inc.

There are some in various Churches today who teach that God is finished with the Jewish People. It it's mild form, this unbiblical teaching leads to a false pride by Gentile Christians, and neglecting to share Messiah Jesus with the Jewish people. So, to balance that, we present this selection of Christian leaders, Reformers, Puritans and famous Evangelists, who read their Bibles and despite diverse theologies, recognize God's everlasting love and concern for His Jewish people.

by Dr. Susanna Kokkonen
April 26, 2013

All in all early Christianity, spearheaded by the early Church fathers, began to view Judaism as inferior to Christianity and Jews themselves as evil and cursed, unworthy of mercy and love. In essence, a Jew was regarded as worse than a pagan.

by Matt Ward

The Bible plainly states that Israel is integral to God’s plans. This issue is of critical importance because if one has an incorrect theology in relation to Israel then it naturally follows that they will have an incorrect interpretation of certain key biblical prophetic texts, such as Revelation. Israel is found on virtually every page of the Old and New Testaments, therefore to misunderstand or misinterpret this subject necessarily leads to huge interpretational errors in other areas of scripture, especially with regards to prophesy yet to occur, described in books like Revelation.

by Jean Homer
September 16, 2014

German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, spoke strongly against anti-Semitism in her country at a Brandenburg Gate rally on Sunday, September 14. She stated, “That people in Germany are threatened and abused because of their Jewish appearance or their support for Israel is an outrageous scandal that we won’t accept…It’s our national and civic duty to fight anti-Semitism.”

by J van Rooyen

In the early days of the Reformation, Luther was quite friendly towards Jewish people. He was hopeful that they would support him and accept Jesus as the Messiah when he broke from the Catholic Church and its heresies. However, when the Jewish people rejected his approaches as well as his movement, Luther turned very anti-Semitic. He made very harsh anti-Semitic statements, especially toward the end of his life.

by J van Rooyen

During this period the Jews were targeted as being a race of conspirators and for these new reasons, were again made the scapegoat of society. Jews were not sought out for individual crimes as any other criminal would be but for the ‘crime of being Jewish’. It said to the Jew, ‘You have no right to live’.

by J van Rooyen

The traditions and foundations laid by the Fathers of the Church continued into the Middle Ages and created great intolerance and suspicion toward the Jews. The founders of the Church promulgated a number of doctrines to theologically invalidate the Jew’s continuing existence. These doctrines were given the greatest possible significance and divine authentication. ‘It was said to the Jew: You have no right to live among us’.

by J van Rooyen

The doctrines and teaching of the Church from its beginnings to the Fourth Lateran Council, laid the initial layer of ‘Jew hatred’ and took the Jewish people all the way to the Holocaust. This first step began with the attempt to drive Jews either into Christianity or into a place of non-identity, as Judaism was no longer recognised as a valid religion. By doing so, the Church clearly defined anti-Semitism’s first characteristic – ‘You have no right to live among us as Jews.’  It was said to the Jew: ‘You have no right to live among us as Jews.’

by Ben Volman

For as long as the Jewish people have existed, their history has been punctuated by antisemitism, the world's "oldest hatred."  It comes in different forms: from academic boycotts to cemetery desecration to physical violence, not to mention Holocaust denial and even murder.

by Renette Vermeulen

A man wrote from Illinois in the U.S.A., stating, “Hitler simply saw to it that the bunch of abusing, miserly Jews got what they deserved.”  Another man called from Kwazulu Natal in South Africa.  He calls himself a historian who visited Germany and Israel, and he reckons the figure of 6 million Jews who died in the holocaust is completely overestimated.  The entire Jewish population at the time might not have been that, he alleges.  He has books that estimate the number of Jews executed by the Nazi’s at 384,000.

by Geoffrey Grider
August 24, 2010

"Let them all be confounded and turned back that hate Zion." Psalm 129:5

By the US Holocaust Memorial Museum
"If ever a piece of writing could produce mass hatred, it is this one. . . . This book is about lies and slander."
Elie Wiesel, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate

1. The Bible Is Filled With Israel


The word antisemitism means prejudice against or hatred of Jews. The Holocaust, the state-sponsored persecution and murder of European Jews by Nazi Germany and its collaborators between 1933 and 1945, is history’s most extreme example of antisemitism.

by Rev. Bill Adams

Why the Jews? Why are they so hated? Why are they so hunted? What is the problem with this group that has generated so much anger and venom - even to the point of anti-Semitism taking on a largely “Christian” identity (i.e. Christian anti-Semitism)?