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Why Palestine Matters, The Struggle To End Colonialism

 

April 3, 2018 — Louisville, KY

WPM cover webThe Israel Palestine Mission Network of the Presbyterian Church (USA) [IPMN] is pleased to announce the publication of Why Palestine Matters, The Struggle To End Colonialism, a new book contextualizing the liberation struggle of the Palestinian people within other global justice struggles, available from the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) bookstore.

 

With a foreword by Richard Falk, former UN Special Rapporteur of Human Rights in the Palestinian Territories, the book is grounded in international law and brings Palestine into focus through a lens of intersectionality.

Walter Brueggemann of Columbia Theological Seminary has praised the book, saying “[this] wake-up call alerts us to the reality that Palestinians are real people who have real human needs and real political legitimacy, who live under an oppressive system of colonial occupying exploitation. This important book summons us to a new awareness that carries with it a mandate to policies and actions that bespeak compassion and embody restorative justice.”

In the words of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly...”. Why Palestine Matters approaches Palestine through this lens, calling all those who struggle for justice against oppression to consider the challenge of seeing Palestinians in the global context of other justice struggles.

WPM int pages“As people of good will confront rising tides of oppression ranging from fascism, racism and misogyny to homophobia and xenophobia, Why Palestine Matters helps us to build our capacity for co-resistance,” said  Wendy Gichuru, Program Coordinator of Africa & The Middle East at The United Church of Canada. “As a study guide for individuals or groups, it is accessible, challenging and mobilizing… a must-have.”


Omar Barghouti, Palestinian human rights defender, co-founder of the BDS movement and co-recipient of the 2017 Gandhi Peace Award, praised the book, saying “This precious collection transcends description to offer prescription. It offers piercing, factual analyses not just to educate but, crucially, to empower and mobilize people of conscience into morally-consistent action to stand with the Palestinian struggle for freedom, justice and equality.”

The full-color 108 page publication demonstrates that the project of human emancipation is not limited to Palestine, but it also cannot proceed without Palestine.

See the website for discussion guide, endorsements, videos and more: WhyPalestineMatters.org

 

 

This book does not represent the views of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). The IPMN is a mission network of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) with a mandate from the denomination’s General Assembly (2004) to work "toward specific mission goals that will create currents of wider and deeper involvement with Israel/Palestine.” TheIPMN.org speaks TO the Church, not FOR the Church.

 

 

Zionism Unsettled:  A Congregational Study Guide 

Now available for color Kindle with accompanying video episodes online.

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What role have Zionism and Christian Zionism played in shaping attitudes and driving historical developments in the Middle East and around the world? How do Christians, Jews, and Muslims understand the competing claims to the land of Palestine and Israel? What steps can be taken to bring peace, reconciliation, and justice to the homeland that Palestinians and Israelis share?

Zionism Unsettled embraces these critical issues fearlessly and with inspiring scope. The booklet and companion video episodes draw together compelling and diverse viewpoints from Jews, Muslims, and Christians in Israel, Palestine, the US, and around the globe. By contrasting mainstream perceptions with important other perspectives frequently ignored in the media, Zionism Unsettled is an invaluable guide to a deeper understanding.

A how-to guide for class leaders and focused discussion prompts make this book an ideal resource for multi-week exploratory education programs in churches, mosques, synagogues, and all classroom settings. Zionism Unsettled consists of a 74-page full color illustrated booklet with free online companion video episodes. 

Volume discount available for group study:
1 - 9 copies: $12 each
10 -19 copies: $10 each
20+ copies: $8 each

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For International sales and digital version, see  Amazon here.
 
For Kindle edition click here
Recommended for color platforms only.
 
 
Published by the denomination’s Israel Palestine Mission Network, theIPMN.org, Zionism Unsettled does not represent the views of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).
 

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Praise for Zionism Unsettled

I encourage pastors and congregations to take advantage of this new publication. Zionism Unsettled provides a valuable opportunity to explore the political ideology of Zionism. Our congregations need to understand not only the humanitarian crisis or the specific policies involved in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict but also to examine the basic framework that lies behind these policies and crises.
 —Clifton Kirkpatrick
Visiting Prof. of Ecumenical Studies and Global Ministries
Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary
Former Stated Clerk, Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) 
 
Zionism Unsettled goes far beyond the prevailing superficial approaches to the conflict. This publication is a must-read for all those who are interested in arriving at a just and lasting peace where people of the region can live together as equals. 
—Jad Isaac
Director General
Applied Research Institute
Jerusalem
 
In my work I am inspired by the great Jewish prophets’ struggle for justice and freedom, while simultaneously I am often astounded how certain strains in Judaism and Christianity invoke the Bible in order to justify oppression and social wrongs in Israel/Palestine. Therefore I welcome the effort to emphasize a conception of Judaism and Christianity that espouses universalistic ethics – whereby all humans are imago dei – and to use it to expose injustices carried out in my homeland.
—Neve Gordon
Israeli political scientist and 
author, Israel’s Occupation
 
The denial of the rights of the Palestinians is largely driven by the exemption of Zionist ideology and its real-world implications from any serious scrutiny. Zionism Unsettled explains accurately and concisely why it is essential to look at the theological roots of Zionism, and how it has appealed to both Jews and Christians, in order to understand the true nature of the long ordeal suffered by the Palestinian people, as well as the real roots of so much of the strife in the Middle East.
—Rashid Khalidi
Edward Said Professor of Arab Studies
Columbia University
 
The urgency of the Palestinian plight in the face of Israeli intransigence indicates that intentional, concrete, and sustained public action is necessary to respond credibly to the crisis. Zionism Unsettled...will prove an effective vehicle for helping to mobilize public opinion so that both attitudes and policies can be transformed in the face of an imperious and exploitative ideology.
—Walter Brueggemann
Professor Emeritus
Columbia Theological Seminary
 
 

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Why Palestine Matters

WPM cover webWhy Palestine Matters, The Struggle To End Colonialism, contextualizes the liberation struggle of the Palestinian people within other global justice struggles. With a foreword by Richard Falk, former UN Special Rapporteur of Human Rights in the Palestinian Territories, the book is grounded in international law and brings Palestine into focus through a lens of intersectionality, calling all those who struggle for justice against oppression to consider the challenge of seeing Palestinians in the context of other justice struggles. Why Palestine Matters demonstrates that the project of human emancipation is not limited to Palestine, but it also cannot proceed without Palestine.

Released in April, 2018, Why Palestine Matters is a 108-page, full- color publication with visuals on every page, a discussion guide, and maps. A companion website features further resources for study, including video clips and discussion guide.

Praise for the book:

Omar Barghouti, Palestinian human rights defender, co-founder of the BDS movement and co-recipient of the 2017 Gandhi Peace Award, praised the book, saying “This precious collection transcends description to offer prescription. It offers piercing, factual analyses not just to educate but, crucially, to empower and mobilize people of conscience into morally-consistent action to stand with the Palestinian struggle for freedom, justice and equality."

Walter Brueggemann of Columbia Theological Seminary has praised the book, saying “[this] wake-up call alerts us to the reality that Palestinians are real people who have real human needs and real political legitimacy, who live under an oppressive system of colonial occupying exploitation. This important book summons us to a new awareness that carries with it a mandate to policies and actions that bespeak compassion and embody restorative justice.”

Click here for more praise for the book, Discussion Guide and Video episodes for Chapters.

Click here to buy the book.

 


 
 

ZionismUnseettled_cover_400wZionism Unsettled: A Congregational Study Guide 

What role have Zionism and Christian Zionism played in shaping attitudes and driving historical developments in the Middle East and around the world? How do Christians, Jews, and Muslims understand the competing claims to the land of Palestine and Israel? What steps can be taken to bring peace, reconciliation, and justice to the homeland that Palestinians and Israelis share? 

Zionism Unsettled embraces these critical issues fearlessly and with inspiring scope. The booklet and companion video draw together compelling and diverse viewpoints from Jews, Muslims, and Christians in Israel, Palestine, the US, and around the globe. By contrasting mainstream perceptions with important other perspectives frequently ignored in the media, Zionism Unsettled is an invaluable guide to deeper understanding. 

Released in January 2014 to immediate critical acclaim, Zionism Unsettled consists of a 74-page full-color illustrated booklet and free companion video episodes. 

A how-to guide for class leaders and focused discussion prompts make it an ideal resource for multi-week exploratory education programs in churches, mosques, synagogues, and all classroom settings.  

 
 
Click here to order online - also available on Amazon for international sales and for color kindle.
Click here to download color flyer
Click here to see sample pages
Click here to see praise for Zionism Unsettled
Click here to view full video episodes at free Vimeo channel.

 

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Steadfast Hope: The Palestinian Quest for Just Peace

Expanded second edition, April 2011

What are the origins of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict? What are the common myths and misperceptions about the conflict? What is the role of the US government in the conflict and the peace process? What challenges and opportunities lie ahead in the quest for peace? How can congregations contribute to the cause of just peace for the people who share the Holy Land? Steadfast Hope presents a compelling snapshot of the current situation on the ground, highlighting the tragic human costs of war and occupation. The booklet also offers an inspiring view of cooperation among Muslim, Jewish, and Christian peacemakers working for justice and reconciliation. This 48-page, richly illustrated booklet is accompanied by a free companion video with short segments for group viewing and discussion. The booklet also includes a study guide for weekly lesson plans.

Item number 2646615001

1-9 copies: $10 each, 10-19 copies: $7 each, 20+ copies: $5 each

Click on title for endorsements page and order link to online shop 

Click here to view all video episodes at free Vimeo Channel.


 
 
a 24-page study plan
 
Kairos Palestine is the “Letter from a Birmingham Jail” of our time. This Confession of Faith, written in 2009 by a broad spectrum of Palestinian Christian leaders, lifts up the classical theological virtues of faith, hope, and love that lie at the heart of the Christian Gospel. It affirms that resistance to injustice and oppression is firmly grounded in these principles. It is both an anguished cry in a dark hour and a profound testament to unquenchable hope. This special 24-page publication pairs the Kairos Palestine statement with a three-week study plan that provides individual readers and congregational groups with essential historical, political, and theological context as well as a list of thought-provoking questions to stimulate reflection and discussion.
 
 
Item number 26466-10-001, 1-19 copies: $2 each, 20+ copies: $1.50 each 
Order: http://store.pcusa.org/ or 800-524-2612 or just click on cover image 

 Slideshow online: 

download the free PowerPoint 
 
Powepoint Study Aids to download free:
Facts on the Ground - An introduction before you start (The Delaware Analogy)
 
 
 
We_Hear_Your_Call_cover_smThis collection of articles was published by Ecclesio in a week of reporting on the North American response to Kairos Palestine, a confession of faith written by Palestinian Christians in 2009, which called for solidarity in their hour of need. The document is translated from its original Arabic into twenty languages, and is entitled A Moment of Truth: A word of faith, hope and love from the heart of Palestinian suffering. With all the heads of churches in the Holy Land signing this confession of faith, it is a unique call to action to the Christian community around the world. These articles report on some of the actions taken by U.S. denominations in response to this call. The final article reports on the Canadian response. They appear here in the order they were published in May 2013.
 
free download - large file takes time to open.
 
 
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by Rev. Elizabeth B. Knott
 
A six-week Lenten journey through the Gospel of Mark, with questions for reflection and a pictorial, contemporary Stations of the Cross. You will be engaged in finding your way to follow Jesus through the exploration of Mark’s Gospel by considering probing questions and by your own reflection. The issues of church and society today are not unlike those which Jesus encountered and which he addressed by lifting up the values of the Kingdom of God. In his time the values appeared radical, and so they are today. In his time, oppression and occupation were the common experience of the majority; so today oppression and occupation are experienced in his homeland.
 
The IPMN thanks Pal Craftaid for this new study guide.
 
To view online, click on image
For free download, click here
 

 


 

The Cradle of Our Faith

The Enduring Witness of the Christians of the Middle East
 
Who are the Christians who live in the Middle East today? How did the first-century church develop in the land of Jesus’ birthplace and spread to the far corners of the region? The Cradle of Our Faith is a fascinating portrait of these “living stones” of the early Christian Church. Learn about the modern-day Christian communities of Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Iran, Israel/Palestine, Iraq, and Egypt. Understand their distinctive theological roots, liturgical traditions, and relationship to the prevailing Muslim-majority culture. Trace the troubled historical relationship between the Eastern and Western Church. This beautifully illustrated, 20-page full-color keepsake booklet features photography, maps, statistics, and fascinating facts.  
 
Order Item number 26466-08-001
1-9 copies: $2.50 each, 10+ copies: $1.50 each

 

Teacher's outline for The Cradle of Our Faith

This study and class outline is designed for use with the Cradle of Our Faith booklet. Includes discussion questions.

Download: The Cradle of Our Faith PowerPoint study companion

This PowerPoint slideshow contains profiles of seven countries in the Middle East and Africa: Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Iran,    Israel/Palestine, Iraq and Egypt. Each profile includes essential statistics, the history and current state of Christians in the country, information about PC(USA) partners and prayers. The slideshow lets you use your keyboard arrow buttons to move forward and back through the slides.

Bibliography about the Middle East

A list of books focusing on the culture of Christians in the Middle East and the tensions which concern them.

 
A 27 minute companion DVD based on our booklet can be ordered from The Reformed Church in America here

you can watch some of this RCA video here

       Order Booklet here
       or 800-524-2612 PDS item No.2646608001
       or just click on cover image

 

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Part III, Section 1:  A Zionist Narrative
Part III, Section 2:  A Palestinian Narrative
Part III, Section 3-Maps

 

 

Full Report as brought to the 219th GA pre-approval (Large file 9.8MB)

 


 

justpeaceAn 8-page brochure introducing the 218th General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A) to the Gospel mandate for peacemaking and to the IPMN (this network) and its mission. Also includes "Looking at the Conflict through a Human Rights Lens" by Jeff Halper as well as a Keynote Address by Archbishop Desmond Tutu, delivered at the Sabeel Conference in Boston in 2007. This 8-page brochure was sent to all commissioners.
 
 
 
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Advent_Dev_2012_coverIPMN is pleased to share this Advent Devotional as a response to the call of Kairos Palestine and God's urgent call to justice and reconciliation in Palestine and Israel. We hope you will engage with the scriptures and the stories they have inspired this Advent season as we await the coming of the Prince of Peace.
 
Free download for printing. Share it in your congregation.
 
Print the flyer for bulletin boards.
 
Click here to view the devotional online (low resolution file).
 
Click here to download and print the devotional - free (high resolution file - will take time to open and download).
 
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ZionismUnseettled_cover_400wThis timely study guide casts new light on the misuse of Christian theology to justify Israel's dispossession and oppression of the Palestinian people and to obscure the real history. It will help those who use it to understand how this hurts everyone who lives in the Holy Land, whether Muslim, Christian or Jewish. It is necessary reading for anyone who believes the churches -- in the best tradition of social justice advocacy -- can support Palestinians in their quest for full rights in their land.
Ali Abunimah
Founder
Electronic Intifada

In cutting to the chase and addressing political Zionism, the ideological underpinning of the State of Israel and its actions for more than half a century, Zionism Unsettled is to be commended. Like all other –isms that have brought deep tragedy upon innocence, this one too is bound for the dustbin of history. Jews, Christians and Muslims all have a place in the Holy Land, but none can yearn to be superior and expect to live in outer—or inner—peace.
Sam Bahour
Co-editor
Homeland: Oral History of Palestine and Palestinians

The nationalistic, exclusionary, and racist ideology of Zionism is the exact antithesis of the core spiritual values and moral teachings shared by the three Abrahamic traditions—Judaism, Islam, and Christianity. Zionism Unsettled is a path-breaking publication that points the way toward achieving real peace with justice and reconciliation among all the Children of Abraham in our shared Holy Land.
Francis A. Boyle
Professor
College of Law
University of Illinois
 
Zionism Unsettled is a monumental achievement. This comprehensive, compassionate, and fearless critique of Christian and Jewish Zionism should be taken up by churches, seminaries, universities, and community groups who are ready to move away from the destructive impact of Zionist ideology and theology. This is a true gift and invaluable tool for a church that today must follow its social justice calling, as it did in the struggle against Jim Crow and South African apartheid.
Mark Braverman
Program Director
Kairos USA
 
The urgency of the Palestinian plight in the face of Israeli intransigence indicates that intentional, concrete, and sustained public action is necessary to respond credibly to the crisis. Zionism Unsettled is a welcome study guide. It will prove an effective vehicle for helping to mobilize public opinion so that both attitudes and policies can be transformed in the face of an imperious and exploitative ideology.
Walter Brueggemann
Professor Emeritus
Columbia Theological Seminary 
 
Zionism Unsettled adds a much-missed factual basis to a long-overdue debate about the terrible dilemmas of the current situation in Israel-Palestine in both their practical and moral dimensions.  The theological exegeses strike me as particularly informative and certain to engage the intended audience.
Chas Freeman
Former Assistant US Secretary of Defense
Career Diplomat, US State Department
Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, 1989-1992
 
In my work I am inspired by the great Jewish prophets' struggle for justice and freedom, while simultaneously I am often astounded how certain strains in Judaism and Christianity invoke the Bible in order to justify oppression and social wrongs in Israel/Palestine. Therefore I welcome the effort to emphasize a conception of Judaism and Christianity that espouses universalistic ethics – whereby all humans are imago dei – and to use it to expose injustices carried out in my homeland.
Neve Gordon
Israeli Political Scientist
Author, Israel’s Occupation
 
Zionism Unsettled opens a window into the ideological aspects of the history of Israel/Palestine and the reasons for the emergence of colonialism and apartheid there. It sheds light on many critical facts, the knowledge of which can revolutionize public opinion in the US regarding Israel.
Shir Hever
Israeli Economics Analyst
Author, Political Economy of Israel's Occupation: Repression Beyond Exploitation.

Zionism Unsettled is an amazing book and is certain to perform, if not miracles, then a very serious broadening of the conversation about Zionism. And that is its intent: Having quoted powerfully and persuasively from the writings of Israeli, American and Arab Jews and Palestinians about Zionism as the core problem underlying the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the authors underscore that it is important for American communities of other faiths “to enter into the discussion.” We have seen many times the courage and dedication that Presbyterians bring to the most intractable problems in their striving to support justice. This is yet another critical and very welcome example of that courage, and I thank them for it.
Nadia Hijab
Co-founder and Director
Al-Shabaka: The Palestinian Policy Network

Zionism Unsettled goes far beyond the prevailing superficial approaches to the conflict. This publication is a must-read for all those who are interested in arriving at a just and lasting peace where people of the region can live together as equals. Without solving the Israeli Palestinian conflict in a just manner, the whole region will remain unstable.
Jad Isaac
Director General
Applied Research Institute-Jerusalem
Bethlehem, Palestine

The Zionist narrative has silenced the truth and made peace-making an exercise in futility. Zionism Unsettled puts the Israeli/Palestinian conflict in its true context as a system imposed by an external regime onto a group of people in order to subjugate and control them. This handbook is an important tool for achieving these two crucial, and inextricably connected, goals: both peace and justice.
Rifat Kassis
Coordinator
Kairos Palestine

The denial of the rights of the Palestinians is largely driven by the exemption of Zionist ideology and its real-world implications from any serious scrutiny. Zionism Unsettled explains accurately and concisely why it is essential to look at the theological roots of Zionism, and how it has appealed to both Jews and Christians, in order to understand the true nature of the long ordeal suffered by the Palestinian people, as well as the real roots of so much of the strife in the Middle East.
Rashid Khalidi
Edward Said Professor of Arab Studies
Columbia University

I encourage pastors and congregations to take advantage of this new publication. Zionism Unsettled provides a valuable opportunity to explore the political ideology of Zionism. Our congregations need to understand not only the humanitarian crisis or the specific policies involved in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict but also to examine the basic framework that lies behind these policies and crises.
Clifton Kirkpatrick
Visiting Prof. of Ecumenical Studies and Global Ministries
Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary
Former Stated Clerk, Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
 
This well-documented study condemns exceptionalism: the belief that a particular people is so favored by God that it need not observe hard-won international standards of morality and justice, but may pursue self-defined projects of ethnic cleansing without regard to the victims.  Christianity and Islam are guilty of exceptionalism but so is Judaism, which in the form of political Zionism stands in the way of a pluralistic solution to the problem of Palestine.
Alice and Staughton Lynd
Co-authors (with Sam Bahour)
Homeland: Oral Histories of Palestine and Palestinians.
 
Christian churches have historically made many strategic theological mistakes, with lamentable consequences; an uncritical endorsement of the modern Zionist theological project is one of them. Zionism Unsettled can help us unravel the errors, face the realities of the Occupation, and work toward restorative justice in the Holy Land.  
Ched Myers
Author, theologian, speaker
Bartimaeus Cooperative Ministries
 
Today’s Zionism is not about the love and universal peace of the Messiah’s coming or of Jesus’ promised return, but about religious justification of the State of Israel’s domination of the land and people of Palestine—and it must be rejected by every person of good will. Zionism Unsettled is the first—and long past due—critique of Jewish and Christian Zionism that is essential for all Christian leaders to read, absorb and integrate into their theology, ethics, and professional lives.
Paul Parker
Baltzer Distinguished Professor of Religion
Chairperson, Department of Religious Studies
Elmhurst College
 
This groundbreaking critique of Zionism from a Christian perspective is required reading for all people of faith who care about justice and peace in the Middle East.
Rev. Dr. Stephen Sizer
Vicar, Christ Church
Virginia Water, England
 
Zionism Unsettled is a well-timed and important study guide. I urge you to read it carefully and make it priority reading and study for all those you know. We must understand how the people of Palestine suffer injustice and oppression. With the wisdom and insight shared in this book we have an opportunity to take actions that are essential to bring long-overdue justice to the people of Palestine and Israel.
James M. Wall
Contributing Editor
Christian Century magazine
Former Editor (1972-1999)
 
Before you can speak the truth, you have to know the truth. Zionism Unsettled is an important resource any church leader can use to break the taboo of silence in love, authenticity, and power. And the truth will set us all free.
Don Williams
Bishop
United Church of Jesus Christ
 
In using the Bible to justify the dispossession and oppression of the Palestinians, Christian Zionism is pro-Israel but, ultimately, anti-Jewish because of its violent, exclusive misunderstanding of the God of justice and compassion. This theology cannot bring justice, peace, or liberation to the Holy Land and this study guide clearly shows why.
Jean Zaru
Author, Occupied with Non-Violence: A Palestinian Woman Speaks
Quaker Meeting House, Ramallah, Palestine

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