The Jews for J group gloated that a month-long missionary program in Yerushalayim resulted in 58 Jews committing their lives to their false ideology and the baptism of at least one of them.
Taking advantage of the city’s high poverty rate, missionary teams interacted with Russian-speaking Israelis, college students, homeless folks and drug addicts, and more. Even the “most Orthodox of all Orthodox Jewish” people were not left out, the group claimed.
The $1.8 million campaign included the pasting of propaganda on billboards and the distribution of Yiddish New Testaments in Meah Shearim. Yad L’Achim activists collected and destroyed the books.