The Presbyterian Layman in their article, “Report asserts antisemitism references on IPMN’s Facebook page,” written by Nathan Key, noted that “The NGO Monitor issued a 69-page report entitled ‘The Role of Antisemitism in the Presbyterian Church (USA’s) Decision to Support Divestment.’”In Key’s report and the original article the Israel/Palestine Mission Network of the Presbyterian Church was highlighted for its antisemitism. Having once removed its Facebook page, which was constantly being used to promote antisemitism, IPMN evidently opened a new Facebook which was closed to all but its members but according to The NGO Monitor not secret. 
In the report several instances of antisemitism were highlighted. Some examples are:
“a. a “Zionist controlled America [has a] desperate lust” for war with Iran
b. “Jewish interests” are “corrupting” the US government, and the media is “owned” and “operated” by these same “Jewish interests.”
c. the “Christian Holy Land” is “occupied” by the “zionist (sic) instigator”
d. Racial theories of Jewish origins claiming Ashkenazi Jews are not racially “Semitic,” are actually “Khazars,” and therefore should not be in the Middle East.
e. Israeli Jews should be ethnically cleansed: “Helen Thomas was right, ‘Go back to Russia, Germany…’ Just leave.”
f. “IRAN! Thank God for them! The only Zionist-free land left on earth.”
I looked for the site, which seemed to be under the name “Friends of IPMN-PC (USA) Israel/Palestine Mission Network,” but I did not find it. And then I found out that after the NGO Monitor report, IPMN made their site secret. And the question remains, “Should an organization of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) be allowed to have a secret Facebook?Of course the bigger question is, “Should the PC (U.S.A.) be allowed to have an organization that constantly spews out anti-Semitic rhetoric?
IPMN, as though to more thoroughly reveal their character, on Twitter, tweeted:
NGO Monitor hacks into IPMN's private facebook group, accuses us of anti-Semitism after losing divestment vote.”
I must say, after having written, for many years, on the anti-Semitism of both the left and right, there is no question about IPMN’s anti-Semitism. Look at the statements the MGO Monitor reported. David Duke, Christian Identity, the KKK, they would all agree with the points that IPMN are trying to make.And as for the NGO Monitor hacking into their Facebook page, if it wasn’t secret they didn’t need to hack, they could just read. And if it was secret IPMN was trying, as they are now, to deceive the PC (USA)’s membership about who they really are.
No they are not servants of God, or even of the Church, and they are not peace makers. They are PC (USA) members who hate all of those Jews who seek to have a safe haven in a world that has through the centuries poured out their blood without mercy. They are unrelenting anti-Semites who will stoop to any act in order to have their own way. They are against the purposes of God who called Abraham out of Ur that a people might be a blessing to the world.
 It should be noted with some joy that the PC (USA) will no longer be publishing IPMN's publication, Zionism Unsettled.