"Advancing a Jewish Paradigm (thought pattern)
for Humanity's Spiritual Victory over Evil"
Higher still than being a Moral Example to the World -- a fitting mission for all peoples -- is the struggle against Moral Relativism. This is the higher rung on Jacob's Ladder for fulfillment of the Eternal Jewish Covenant.
JCA has been established to disseminate the missive that the Chosen (Choosing) People has a time-tested mission from Sinai to affirm Universal Morality and the sanctity of human life against the antithesis of Moral Relativism and its derivatives. These would enslave mankind under the terrible banner that the end supposedly sanctifies the means. Moral relativism reached its apex in the theory of Master Race and now in Master Jihad – a new totalitarian idolatry against Islam, based on terror and human blood sacrifice.
The call is out to the Jewish People and every friend (Halil) of Israel to Unite in the struggle against (1) this new idolatrous threat to humanity and (2) the antisemitic distortions of Chosenness.
The Jewish People is the bearer of the Torch from Sinai, but not the source of its Flame.
The seminal Paper in this regard – God and the Shoah – was first issued in April 2010.
The next Paper -- Chosen People Against Antisemitism -- brings the Thesis into fuller flower.
The third Paper -- The Tribulation of Christian Uprooters -- warns of the danger of Christian replacement theology to humanity.
The fourth paper, in English and Arabic, points out the depth of the Moslem Brotherhood threat to Egypt and the world.
Last but not least, the article, Africa, Blacks and the Shoah, points up with a dramatic "What If ...", that the totalitarian drive for world domination may start with the Jews but never ends with them.
To affirm a primary meaning for Chosen Peoplehood – exceptionalism, not superiority.
To restore a sense of mission in the search for Oneness and Unity that has been lost by many because of the Shoah.
To reach Jews who feel embarrassed at being part of the Chosen or the Choosing.
To strengthen Christian affirmation of the eternal Jewish Covenant.
To help Moslems disseminate the Koranic references to Sinai, the eternal Covenant لاھيثق with the Children of Israel بَنِي إِسْرَائِيل and their return to The Land.
To unite and mobilize Jews, Christians and Moslems against modern blood-thirsty idolatry manifest in the reincarnation of evil as Master Jihad, a falsification of Islam.
Aaron Braunstein is a retired U.S. Foreign Service Officer living in Jerusalem. American-born, he is a graduate of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, the University of Paris and Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. During his 30-year Foreign Service career, he served 13 years in Moslem countries and today is senior editor of English texts for Yad Vashem. Read more...
|July 8, 2013||
Aaron Braunstein lived in Egypt for five years and worked in the U.S. Embassy one block away from Tahrir Square. He is the founding president of the Jewish Covenant Alliance, and a retired U.S. Foreign Service Officer, He joins Tamar and speaks about the Obama administration's blunders and the Muslim Brotherhood's reckless governing (22 minutes). An eye opening show!
|June 10, 2013||
Aaron Braunstein, from the Jewish Covenant Alliance, joins Tamar on the threats and spillover, from Syria. Braunstein, is a former U.S. Foreign Service Officer who has worked in Washington, Egypt, Tunisia, and Muslim West Africa for 30 years as part of the United States Foreign Service. He explains the Arab-Islamic mindset, and paints a picture of how the Syrians might drag Israel into the conflict, and why. A very informative interview and program looking at the moral dimensions in the Syrian civil war.
|May 2, 2013||
Should the International Community intervene in Syria? What about their use of chemical weapons? Something must be done. But what?
|October 17, 2011||
Canadian Radio interview by Cheryl Hancock, Middle East Correspondent, High Adventure Broadcasting Network:
|January 19, 2011||
Braunstein Interview on AACI's RustyMike Radio!
Jewish Covenant Alliance: Fighting Antisemitism through Understanding