It is crucial for Christians to remember the history of Christian antisemitism when addressing the Israeli-Palestinian conflict because this history forms the backdrop for current relations. Christian antisemitism has deepened divisions between the two communities, and the formation of Zionism was, in part, a response to this persecution. Acknowledging this history is essential for building trust with Jewish counterparts and taking responsibility for past actions. It promotes nuanced discussions, recognizing that Christians have played a role in the conflict’s history. By doing so, Christians can engage in meaningful dialogue, actively work towards solutions, and avoid appearing detached or claiming a moral high ground. Understanding the historical context is vital for fostering empathy, promoting reconciliation, and contributing positively to the resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.