Christians United for Peace is a spiteful, overtly antisemitic group that has been formed on Facebook apparently with the aim of attempting to counter CUFI and negate the latter's influence by spreading heinous, hateful libels against Zionism and not only Zionism but Judaism itself.
This group, with over 5000 members (some are known activists against the State of Israel), cannot compare with CUFI in size, but it compensates for its comparative lack of numbers with sheer, manic viciousness.
Below is a sample of recent posts.
The hatred of Judaism and corresponding respect for Islam voiced by the group is inexplicable, at least outside the confines of the psychiatrist's couch, given that Islamists are persecuting, forcibly converting, and of course slaughtering, Christians around the globe today. But the members of this group are of course not the only Christians who make common cause with the foes of Christianity in their zeal to see Israel isolated and destroyed.
Such people are milking the "Mandela effect" for all it's worth, stepping up the demonisation of Israel as an "apartheid state" in expectation of an ultimate triumph that they feel is not so very far away. (Mick Napier, boss of the Scottish Palestine Solidarity Campaign, is by no means alone in the view he expresses in this screen shot.)
In any case, the Christians United for Peace group's existence reminds us that the antisemitism that we thought dead and buried in the wake of the Holocaust is very much alive, not only among leftwing secularists and their unlikely Islamic bedfellows but among the religious followers of a Judean prophet, a Judean prophet whom more and more of them are attempting to depict as a "Palestinian".