ICEJ Marks Holocaust Remembrance Day with Survivors in Haifa 


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ICEJ Marks Holocaust Remembrance Day with Survivors in Haifa

On Thursday night, the Christian Embassy marked International Holocaust Remembrance Day with dozens of Holocaust survivors at an event in Haifa headlined by Israeli Foreign Minister Eli Cohen and three other Knesset members.

ICEJ Vice President & Senior Spokesman David Parsons represented our ministry in receiving an award for our work in caring for Holocaust survivors. He told the survivors in the audience that they were true heroes for overcoming the horrors and loss of the Shoah, regaining their humanity and positive outlook on life, and helping to build the state of Israel. Some 20 residents from the ICEJ’s Haifa Home for Holocaust survivors were on hand and a group of them came to the stage to perform a song in tribute to the event’s host and our partner in this work, Shimon Sabag of Yad Ezer L’Haver.

January 27th each year has been set aside by the United Nations and European Union as International Holocaust Remembrance Day, as it falls on the anniversary of the Soviet Army’s liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp in 1945. The ICEJ encourages everyone to stop to reflect on this day, to pray for Israel and the Jewish people, and to learn more about the Nazi genocide campaign against the Jews through books, documentary films and online materials.

David Parsons with Holocaust survivor



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Netanyahu seeks legacy-sealing deal with Saudis

By: David Parsons, ICEJ Vice President & Senior Spokesman

The impact of the Abraham Accords continues to reverberate throughout the Middle East, and returning Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu certainly hopes to build on their momentum, especially by sealing an historic breakthrough with Saudi Arabia. But Riyadh is signalling any deal first depends on rebuilding their frayed relations with the United States.

Two years on, the Abraham Accords are still bearing good fruit in the region. Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates continue to expand their trade and investment ties with Israel, while Morocco is now welcoming scores of Israeli tourists. Jerusalem’s relations with Egypt also continue to warm, and the Negev Forum countries recently met again in Abu Dhabi and are planning an even larger regional summit in Morocco this spring. Hopes also are growing that perhaps Indonesia and other key Muslim nations further afield may soon open ties with Israel.

However, not everyone is joining the bandwagon. Sudan may have signed the Accords, but is too fractured to contribute anything to the normalization process. And while Oman was seen as the next possible Arab state to reconcile with Israel, its new leader is leaning closer to Iran and its parliament recently voted to criminalize any interactions with “the Zionist entity”.



Webinar series 19 January 2023
Watch our weekly Webinar Series of Thursday to hear more on this ‘Current Affairs’ hot topic question: Does Israel need Judicial Reforms? Hosted by David Parsons, ICEJ Vice President & Senior Spokesman with special guest, Calev Myers who is an Israeli Attorney.


Rosh Chodesh 22 January 2023
See when your nation is praying and pray together with us in our Rosh Chodesh prayer chain happening now until 1 February at 4PM  (Israel time).


​​​​​​GPG in the Shomron 1 Feb 2023

Join Dr. Jürgen Bühler and the Envision Speakers for a special Isaiah 62 Global Prayer Gathering in the Shomron.


Envision conference 30 Jan to 2 Feb 2023

The ICEJ’s “Possessing the Land of Promise” Envision Conference for Pastors and leaders will be held in Jerusalem and online next week!

If you are not attending with us in person, please consider joining us online. You will be tremendously blessed by the array of Christian and Israeli speakers, the worship and music, as well as our special Israeli guests that we partner with to assist the needy here in Israel. Happening 30 January to 2 February 2023.


The Hidden Root Causes of the Holocaust 

Today we remember the atrocities experienced through the holocaust during the International Holocaust Remembrance Day.

Learn how the Holocaust, Replacement Theology and Antisemitism are intricately linked to each other in Colonel John T. Somerville USMC (Ret.) book: The Hidden Root Causes of the Holocaust available in our ICEJ store.


Seeds in the Wind – by Rick Wienecke  

‘Seeds in the Wind’ talks about Rick Wieneke’s journey into the suffering of the Jewish people in the Holocaust, and the crucifixion of Jesus. This book is the story of how God uses a talented artist to share the message of the Father’s heart to His people.


A Biblical Mandate

“Comfort, comfort My people!” says your God. Isaiah 40:1
From our Head Office in Jerusalem, the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem impacts communities throughout Israel. The ICEJ also connects with local representation in over 95 countries on six continents worldwide, and our reach spans 170 nations to connect Christians in those countries with Israel.

Join your voice with ours and become part of the Christian witness God is raising up to stand with and bring comfort to Israel today!

Bless Israel Today!

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