PIEF

The PIEF is an international, inter-church advocacy initiative for peace in Israel and Palestine

    Palestinian Christians face loss of land

    Palestinian Christians face loss of land

    A crane began lowering 12-meter concrete slabs into place in the Cremisan Valley, near Bethlehem in occupied Palestine on 6 April, marking the final phase of construction of an extension to the Israeli separation barrier. The World Council of Churches, through its Ecumenical Accompaniment Programme in Palestine and Israel (EAPPI), has been alongside the affected Palestinian community in the valley, both Christian and Muslim, throughout their legal struggle to stop the construction.

    Churches of the Holy Land attend summit in the United States

    Churches of the Holy Land attend summit in the United States

    Leaders from churches in the Holy Land met with the heads of faith-based organizations and churches in Atlanta, Georgia (United States) on 19-20 April for a summit that explored the role of US churches in peacemaking in the Middle East.

    هند خوري: يناضل الفلسطينيون من أجل تحقيق عدالة المياه  لأن الإسرائيليين يهيمنون على موارد المياه

    هند خوري: يناضل الفلسطينيون من أجل تحقيق عدالة المياه لأن الإسرائيليين يهيمنون على موارد المياه

    من وجهة نظر السيدة هند خوري أن مسألة تحقيق عدالة المياه هى مسألة بسيطة للغاية.

    The Palestine Israel Ecumenical Forum (PIEF) was launched by the WCC in 2007 to catalyze and co-ordinate new and existing church advocacy for peace, aimed at ending the illegal occupation of Palestinian territories in accordance with UN resolutions, and demonstrate its commitment to inter-religious action for peace and to justice that serves all peoples of the region.

    PIEF acts to

    - challenge government support for the occupation

    - challenge public support for the occupation

    - challenge theological and biblical justifications for the occupation and

    - maintain viable the Palestinian Christian presence in the Holy Land.