Jerusalem Resources Archives
On July 30th, 1980 the Israeli Knesset passed the Jerusalem Law stating, “Jerusalem, complete and united, is the capital of Israel.” Jerusalem has been the eternal and undivided capital of the state of Israel for the past 3,000 years. Due to this inalienable fact, the IAF is resolved to create international recognition that Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. Therefore, the IAF establishes caucuses in other countries in an attempt to raise awareness and support for Israel in a struggle to officially and internationally label Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.
Religious Freedom in Jerusalem
This resource gives a background to Jewish and Christian history in the city of Jerusalem. It summarizes why it is vitally important for not only the Jewish people, but especially for Christians, that Jerusalem remain under Israeli sovereignty.
Jewish History - Jerusalem was known to the world as the Jewish capital 3000 years ago. Archeological finds and excavations continually produce new evidence of Jerusalem as the capital of the…Continue Reading
Action Steps & Talking Points - Jerusalem
Thank you for contacting your Representative & Senator on Jerusalem's behalf! Your action brings us one step closer to securing the future of a united and recognized Jerusalem. Another vital…Continue Reading
Congratulates: (1) the residents of Jerusalem and the people of Israel on the 46th anniversary of Jerusalem’s reunification, and (2) the people of Israel on the 65th anniversary of their…Continue Reading
Jerusalem Embassy and Recognition Act of 2013 - States that it is U.S. policy to recognize Jerusalem as the undivided capital of Israel. Amends the Jerusalem Embassy Act of 1995…Continue Reading
H.R. 2846 - Recognition of Jerusalem as the Capital of the State of Israel Act
Recognition of Jerusalem as the Capital of the State of Israel Act expresses the sense of Congress that: (1) the United States should recognize the sovereign status of an undivided…Continue Reading
H.R.3629 - Israel Sovereignty & Security Recognition Act (ISSRA)
To affirm United States recognition of Israel’s sovereignty, security, and legal right to its lands, and for other purposes. The United States should recognize Israel’s sovereignty, security, and legal right…Continue Reading