Through events, resources, & trips to the region, Churches for Middle East Peace (CMEP) provides opportunities to learn about the Middle East and a holistic approach to advocating for peace.

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Churches for Middle East Peace (CMEP) serves to elevate diverse voices who are advocating for equality, security, & human rights for all people in the Middle East.

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You & your church can be advocates for just U.S. policies toward the Middle East by contacting your members of Congress; participating in Hill & Government meetings; & attending Advocacy Summits.

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  • Action Alert | Tell Congress: Protect Aid to Palestinian Refugees

    On January 16, 2018 the U.S. announced it would be withholding $65 million from the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA). Tell Congress cutting humanitarian aid will not bring us closer to just, lasting, and comprehensive solution to the conflict in Israel-Palestine.
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  • Bulletin | Congress Speaks Up to the Trump Administration

    Weekly News Updates | Upcoming Events | Action Alerts

    A look at House Democrats demands for aid transparency, a controversial nation-state bill in Israel, and more news in this week’s bulletin.

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  • Action Alert | Defend Palestinian Children’s Human Rights

    Congresswoman Betty McCollum has introduced legislation to promote the human rights of Palestinian children! Join Congresswoman McCollum and tell Congress to protect Palestinian children.
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  • Action Alert | Support a Shared Jerusalem


    Stand in solidarity with the people in the Holy Land. Call on Congress to end the occupation of East Jerusalem, keep the embassy in Tel Aviv,  and promote a Jerusalem shared by Palestinians and Israelis.

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  • Public Statement | Harm Done by Embassy Relocation

    CMEP voices our most vigorous opposition to the Trump Administration’s decision to relocate the embassy and recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel without equally acknowledging Palestinian claims. We express our outrage at this administration for refusing to acknowledge the role this decision played in escalating violence in Gaza, which resulted in the deaths of more than 60 people and injury to over 2,200 Palestinians during the week.

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