Christians celebrating Passover in the land of Jesus

BY RYAN JONES, TRAVELUJAH— More and more Christians are celebrating Passover and the other biblical feasts as they become increasingly aware of their own faith’s Jewish background. And more and more of those Christians are choosing to celebrate Passover in the Holy Land. Doing so is significant for two reasons. First, Passover is a pilgrimage…

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Video: Chief Rabbi of South Africa delivers Passover message

South Africa Chief Rabbi Dr Warren Goldstein, and Jewish recording artist Yaakov Shwekey have created a YouTube Sensation that has spread to every corner of the Jewish world. In a few short minutes, the video shows the miraculous sweep of Jewish destiny, from ancient Egypt to nuclear Iran, helping us to understand our world today.

Video: The story of Passover played out through shadows

In Cancun at a Passover evet, dancers perform the most unique performance.  They reinact the entire story of Passover by using only their shadows.  You’ll see all the miracles and plagues all played out through the shadows they create.  You won’t believe what they can do.  This is an official video of the live performance.

Hamas leader admits 'Palestinian' identity is invented

By RYAN JONES, ISRAEL TODAY— US Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich has come under a lot of fire for saying that the “Palestinians” are an invented people. Most have ridiculed Gingrich by pointing out there are clearly millions of Arabs living in so-called “Palestine.” But Gingrich wasn’t talking about the physical presence of those people…

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Rev. Wright's role in the 'destroy Israel march'

BY ARNOLD AHLERT, FRONTPAGEMAG— On March 30th, the Global March to Jerusalem (GMJ), an attempt to mobilize millions of demonstrators aimed at converging on the state of Israel and inevitably breaching its borders, took place. Joining the likes of Hamas, the Muslim Brotherhood, and Mavi Marmara flotilla veterans, were the inevitable horde of useful idiots…

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Iranian official presents '4 point' plan to end nuclear dispute

BY YITZHAK BENHORIN, YNET— The upcoming talks between Tehran and the West offer a prime opportunity to break the deadlock over Iran’s nuclear program, a former Iranian negotiator said on Saturday. In an op-ed published by The Boston Globe, Iranian scholar and former diplomat Hossein Mousavian asserted “war or coercion are not the only two…

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This Week in History: Church of the Nativity siege

BY MICHAEL OMER-MAN, JPOST— Purported birthplace of Jesus Christ became site of five-week standoff between IDF troops and Palestinian terrorists in 2002. On April 2, 2002, a routine arrest raid in Bethlehem quickly spiraled into one of the most unexpected controversies resulting from an Israeli military operation in the past decade. Fleeing IDF troops, some…

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Global March to Jerusalem is a dud

By RYAN JONES, ISRAEL TODAY— It was anticipated that as many as two million Arabs and foreign pro-Palestinian activists would storm Israel’s borders from all sides and infiltrate Jerusalem in order to protest the “Judaization” of the city. Even Israel was taking the threat seriously, and put a large amount of reserve military forces on…

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Let's make this clear: Jordan is Palestine

BY MATTHEW HAUSMAN: Arutz 7— Listen, Palestinian Arabs, If you want to march, march on Jordan. The “Jordan-is-Palestine” option for resolving the Arab-Israeli conflict is an idea that, despite history and logic, was beaten into silence by Israel’s enemies and detractors.  Critics denounced the concept as preposterous, reactionary and counterproductive. And yet, the idea has…

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The error of Balaam

BY DEREK PRINCE (ARCHIVES FROM DEREKPRINCE.ORG)— At first glance it might seem that the story of Balaam, the soothsayer, recorded in Numbers 22–25 has no relevance for today’s Christians. However, the writers of the New Testament refer to Balaam in three separate passages—always with a note of warning. Clearly, therefore, his story contains important lessons…

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