As the violence in Israel and Gaza continues, we affirm that we are stronger together.

At a moment when our interfaith relationships are facing unprecedented strain, we are reminded that it is precisely those relationships built on solidarity and trust that have sustained us in working to build a more resilient, inclusive democracy for all. We invite you to join alongside us and affirm the shared principles of our interfaith community.

We must fight to fulfill America’s promise of religious freedom and civil rights not just for some, but for all.

Now more than ever, we must join together to affirm our shared values.

Many in our communities at home in the U.S. are hurting. Our Jewish, Muslim, Israeli-American, and Palestinian-American siblings are working to process the grief and distress of their communities amid rising instances of faith, ethnic, and racially motivated hate here at home. We recognize the challenge at this time of moving forward together as a multi-faith movement to advance our shared vision of a welcoming, diverse community.

But we can’t wait. Now is the time for us to reaffirm our commitments to one another and imagine a way forward to continue our essential work of achieving democracy together. We invite you to sign our pledge affirming our shared Interfaith Community Principles.

Press Release: We Remain Committed to Combating Antisemitism and Islamophobia Here at Home

Interfaith Alliance remains committed to fighting hate and discrimination and to building communities across lines of difference. Read our press release responding to the dramatic rise in antisemitism and Islamophobia here at home.

Partnering Against Hate

For those new to grassroots work, it can be difficult to know where to begin. Partnering Against Hate, a project of Interfaith Alliance, is designed to help guide groups and individuals who want to do more to make their communities safer and more inclusive.

Unharden Our Hearts: Religious Leaders on Violence in the Middle East

On State of Belief, Interfaith Alliance’s weekly radio show and podcast, host Rev. Paul Brandeis Raushenbush checked in with three leaders with important insight into how we can forge alliances across differences and root out hate.

Mobilizing Against Antisemitism

In recent years, we have witnessed a steady rise in anti-Jewish hate crimes and incidents, as well as an increase in alarming rhetoric. Now more than ever, we recognize that all communities must come together to root out hate where it exists.