Local missionaries, tragically led by Jews, are operating a $5 million, 14,000 sq. ft. building in the heart of Jewish Brooklyn to convert Jews. The missionaries prey on Jews who may not know the difference between Judaism and “Messianic Judaism” (i.e. the Christian version). The missionaries often dress like religious Jews and converse in traditional Jewish language in order to deceive Jews who may not know any better.
Unfortunately, many Jews are being lost to the missionaries. A shocking study recently showed that 34% of American Jews think that “a person can be Jewish if they believe that “J” was the messiah.” In other words, a full third of Jewish Americans think that followers of J.C. (i.e. Christians) can also be Jews.
The recognized Kiruv organization and Kollel, BJX, is now expanding to include an additional Jewish outreach center to stop the missionaries. Their newest center -now under construction- is located directly across from the train and bus stations, just blocks away from the missionary center. Thousands of Jews pass by daily. The new Kiruv center is committed to reach unaffiliated Jews who otherwise will be entrapped by the missionaries. Klal Yisroel’s help is needed to finish the construction. The website about the missionary threat is: