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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  • CMEP1835 Spring 2021 Summit | Advocacy Training

    Participants will hear from Kyle Cristofalo, CMEP’s Senior Director of Advocacy and Government Relations on how to advocate with Congressional members on behalf of peace and justice in the Middle East. CMEP1835 is an extension of Churches for Middle East Peace that seeks to engage young adults in education and advocacy around Israel/Palestine, as well as the broader Middle East.

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  • CMEP Journeys: Elevate. Educate. Advocate. Participate.
  • Action Alert | Ask Your House Member to Cosponsor HR 2590

    Congress must make clear that the United States will not provide financial support to the ongoing violation of Palestinian rights. HR 2590 is a necessary start in helping to ensure the United States can be an honest partner for peace to both the Israeli and Palestinian people.

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  • Public Statement | CMEP Endorses New Legislation on Palestinian Rights

    HR 2590 would ensure no U.S. funds to Israel are used to detain or mistreat Palestinian children; seize and demolish Palestinian homes and structures in the West Bank; or facilitate the unilateral annexation of Palestinian land in the West Bank by the Israeli government.

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  • UAE Condemns Jewish Extremists’ Violence in Jerusalem, Calls for Restraint

    Weekly News Updates | Upcoming Events | Action Alerts

    A look at continuing unrest, a long-awaited recognition, and more news in this week’s bulletin.

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