Mission Statement

Neturei Karta International (NKI) is a group of activists representing many who stand up for true Judaism and promote traditional Judaism in opposition to the philosophy of Zionism. They oppose the existence of the State of Israel and condemn the Zionist occupation of Palestine, along with condemning the ongoing atrocities committed against its people.

Judaism is the faith of the Jewish people, which is based/rooted on the belief in the Almighty and the practice of His commandments

For thousands of years, the Jewish people was defined by its religion, Judaism, which taught them to serve G-d with dedication, to believe in the principles of Jewish faith, belief in the Almighty and to keep the commandments of the Torah.

Then a movement of Zionism was formed by non-practicing Jews with a goal to transform Judaism from a religion into nationalism, and to replace fulfillment of the Torah with allegiance to a political movement as the defining quality of a Jew.  This is a general uprooting of Judaism.

In particular, one of the basics of Judaism is that we are a people in exile due to Divine decree. and required to be loyal citizens, not rebel or wage wars, Our banishment from the Holy Land was a Devine decree and will end miraculously at a time when all mankind will unite in the brotherly service of the Creator. Therefore the ideology of Zionism, a recent innovation, which seeks to force the end of exile, is contrary to Jewish belief and millennia of well accepted Jewish tradition.

Furthermore, the Zionists accomplished their goal of statehood through killing and stealing, in the process depriving the indigenous inhabitants of the land, the Palestinians, of their rights. which are forbidden in the Torah.

When these immoral/unjust/criminal anti-Jewish actions are being done in the name of the Jewish religion, it is a desecration if the religion and when it is being done in the name of all Jews, it is exacerbating hatred toward Jews worldwide

NKI is dedicated in educating the original Jewish religion as it was practiced before Zionism, which is shared by masses/multitudes of religious/Orthodox Jews worldwide. and we highlight Jewish condemnation of the occupation of Palestine and the oppression of its people.

We participate in many joint Muslim-Jewish events, and meet with representatives and leaders of countries and groups, all in an effort to further spread our message of peace and authentic Torah views.

We recognize that we have our religious and policy differences, but these differences existed in centuries past as well, and never prevented Jews and Muslims from coexisting peacefully. Thus our appearance together with other groups does not imply that we agree with all the views of those groups, only that we recognize that becoming acquainted with each other’s true views is the first step toward reconciliation.

By doing so, we aim to mitigate the desecration of the name of the Almighty, and reduce the hatred between Jews and Arabs caused by Zionism. We hope to rebuild the peaceful coexistence of Jews and Arabs in Palestine and throughout the Middle East as before the invention of Zionism.

On this website, we present the most updated photos and descriptions of our ongoing activities. We bring you facts that are seldom reported by standard news outlets.

We also aim to reach our Jewish brethren who may have been educated to think that Zionism is part and parcel of Judaism. Unfortunately, Jewish concepts and beliefs that were once obvious to all Jews everywhere have suddenly become doubtful, disputed or unknown. Therefore, we present source materials from Jewish texts and quotes from countless famous Jewish leaders , as well as a comprehensive collection of questions and answers , arranged by subject. These are real questions asked by our readers over the past decades. Reading our Q&A section is a great way to learn more about the subject of Zionism and Judaism, and related subjects.

May adherence to the Torah’s teachings make us all privileged to see the age of redemption, when “the earth will filled with knowledge of G-d as the waters cover the sea.” (Isaiah 11:9)