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Does anyone know about the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews?

They are advertising on MSNBC for donations.

My question is whether or not this organization is a rightwing front or legitimate?

The link in the ad is for protectthejews.org.

On a search one gets this link to send a donation.

https://help.ifcj.org/donate/111/9?s_src=protectjews&s_subsrc=TIX2200XXESXW&medium=tv&utm_source=cannella&utm_campaign=UkraineERAP&utm_content=protectjews

From that page one can link to International Fellowship of Christians and Jews.

Their website is: https://www.ifcj.org/

That has been a thought in back of my mind.

That the best of the Russian equipment and personnel are being held in reserve for the future, like if NATO responds.

The Russian army appear to be chewing up older equipment and sorting through neophyte soldiers in a low tech attack brutalizing Ukraine, perhaps the method is itself a warning for other former Soviet republics.

Hope I am wrong.

China calls Russia its chief 'strategic partner' despite war

Have not observed much mention of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO). Members of SCO mostly abstained from Ukraine votes in the UN. Nations that abstained and are members of SCO are China. India, Pakistan, Russia and several former Asian USSR Republics. There are also other nations such as Iran jockeying for membership.

If the World was to fracture in a strict bipolar manner. probably be SCO and current potential SCO against NATO and the bulk of the UN; however, SCO would comprise more people, area, and natural resources.

China calls Russia its chief 'strategic partner' despite war

KEN MORITSUGU, Associated Press March 7, 2022 Updated: March 7, 2022 7:54 a.m.

BEIJING (AP) — China's foreign minister on Monday called Russia his country's “most important strategic partner” as Beijing continues to refuse to condemn the invasion of Ukraine despite growing pressure from the U.S. and European Union to use its influence to rein Moscow in.

Wang Yi said Chinese ties with Moscow constitute “one of the most crucial bilateral relationships in the world."

China has broken with the U.S., Europe and others that have imposed sanctions on Russia after its invasion of Ukraine. Beijing has said sanctions create new issues and threaten a political settlement of the conflict.

“No matter how perilous the international landscape, we will maintain our strategic focus and promote the development of a comprehensive China-Russia partnership in the new era,” Wang said at a news conference on the sidelines of the annual meeting of China’s ceremonial parliament.

“The friendship between the two peoples is iron clad," he added.

Much attention has been paid to a meeting between Chinese leader Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin in Beijing on Feb. 4, after which a joint statement was issued affirming “strong mutual support for the protection of their core interests."

Russia said it endorses China's view of self-governing Taiwan as an “inalienable part of China, and opposes any forms of independence of Taiwan," while China backed Russia in opposing the further enlargement of NATO.

remainder of article at: https://www.sfchronicle.com/news/article/China-says-Russia-its-chief-strategic-partner-16982595.php
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