Short News from Israel
A Knesset (parliament) committee has begun the process of making Sunday, the first day of the workweek in Israel, a day off.
August – September 2016 Edition
Now you can brew your Beer at home
Houzz has taken the prize for Best App in Google’s first Play Award competition.
“Paleo” is defined as “a diet based on foods presumed to have been eaten by early humans, consisting chiefly of meat, fish, vegetables, and fruit, and excluding dairy or grain products and processed food.”
Beautiful memories are like a paradise, and the older they get the more romanticized they become.
We are all aware that we live in a world of opposites.
World-famous Israeli violinist Itzhak Perlman, 70, received this year’s Genesis Prize in the presence of over 500 Israeli and international dignitaries.
Oscar-winning British actress Helen Mirren, 70, emceed the third annual Genesis Award ceremony in the Israeli capital and also received the first-ever Jerusalem of Gold medal for excellence in the Arts and Humanities.
The Israel Antiquities Authority and the Ministry of Culture are promoting a plan to excavate the Qumran caves in an attempt to save the remaining Dead Sea scrolls from antiquity theft.
The Gospel is stirring up trouble again in Israel as anti-Messianic groups around the country try to prevent the Jewish people from hearing about Yeshua (Jesus).
The New Testament explicitly mentions the “Land of the Jews.”
Yechiel Eckstein, the Orthodox “poster rabbi” for Evangelicals, reveals his winning strategy for raising millions of dollars from Christians in a newly released biography, The Bridge Builder by Israeli author Zev Chafets.
The Bible helps us to understand the political and social reality of our day—as well as what we may be facing in the future.
A Google search of the word “Gaza” turns up countless images of suffering and destruction, but there are a lot of other pictures…
Israelis and Palestinians are locked in conflicting and irreconcilable views of what happened here over the last 100 years.
Israeli news anchor Oshrat Kotler’s remark that there are a few “sane settlers” in the “extremist settlement of Yitzhar” sparked an unexpected scandal—but similar things are said all the time.
We are living the consequences of Genesis 17.
Israel – A Biblical & Historical Survey Part III
The legendary story recounted in the Book of Jonah took place around 780 BC. This date is supported by, among other things, the historical reference in 2 Kings 14:25.
WORD FROM JERUSALEM
During the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, in which the faithful fast from dawn to dusk and neither eat nor drink, many Arab families invited Jewish friends to share in their festive meals at sunset.
Today muslim clerics is often use the name of Jesus for political purposes.
Everyone understands that a peace agreement between Israel and the Palestinians depends on the future status of Jerusalem.
Arab Media Review
The terrorists of ISIS recently executed three men in Syria for breaking the fast during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.
The Palestinians claim that Israel is stealing their water. It’s a charge that’s made every year, sometimes garnering international media attention and sometimes not.
Israel’s ultra-nationalist new Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman has vowed to bring order and security to the region.
The role of Israel’s president is largely ceremonial, but depending on the weight of his personal influence he can still shape social and cultural trends.
Israel has a problem. Like most nations in the West, the Jewish state refuses to acknowledge that it is being engaged in a religious war by its enemies.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu paid the first visit to Africa by an Israeli leader in nearly 30 years.
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