ICCJ

AcronymDefinition
ICCJInternational Council of Christians and Jews
ICCJItalian Chamber of Commerce in Japan
ICCJInterfaith Coalition for Compassion and Justice (Arizona)
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How about joining relevant UN organisations like ICCJ or endorsing article 49 of the 4th Geneva Convention- which Israel is categorically violating- instead of signing the worthless protocol one.
In the interest of joining with the ICCJ and the WCC in addressing those concerns, I summarize the negative reactions here.
One director of a centre for interreligious conversation spoke about inviting to his campus Naim Ateek, a Palestinian Anglican who heads the Sabeal Liberation Theology Center and whose numerous problematic comments Michael Kotzin addressed in his talk (at this same ICCJ conference) on "The Continuing Challenge of Anti-Semitism".
It is now almost sixty years since the ICCJ and the WCC published their documents on the importance of interfaith relations, but prejudices still prevail, in Germany and the US, Ghana and Hong Kong, Sri Lanka and Tanzania.
[The following articles are from the Conferenza ICCJ, Istanbul, giugno 2010:]
nor has the Torah been abolished for Christians, but remains part of God's revelation, albeit with a new interpretation through the person of Christ," and that "the coming of Christ did not change the Torah's purpose of giving shape to the life of Israel as a particular people with a particular vocation" (ICCJ, 1993).
concurred: "[P]roselytisation of Jews, often referred to as missionary activity among Jews, is theologically untenable" (ICCJ, 1993).
They should strive to understand this link as well as the strong attachment of the great majority of Jews to the Land of Israel and therefore to the State of Israel" (ICCJ, 1993).