Israel continues supplying Gaza, despite missiles

BY ISRAEL TODAY— Debunking accusations that it is keeping the Gaza Strip under seige, the Israeli army on Monday published figures regarding the enormous amount of material it permitted to enter Gaza during March, despite escalating terrorist missile fire. Hamas and its allied terror groups fired more than 90 missiles and mortar shells at communities…

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IDF says they killed Shalit's abductor

BY HANAN GREENBERG, YNETNEWS— Senior Hamas member Taysir Saliman Abu-Saname, killed by the IDF in a southern Gaza Strip strike early Satruday, was involved among other things in Gilad Shalit’s abduction, IDF officials said. The sources said the Shalit family was informed of the news. Abu-Saname held several senior posts in Hamas’ military wing, Izz…

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Where is the West's reaction to Syria's crimes?

BY DAVID LEV, ARUTZ7— Unrest continued Saturday in both Egypt and Syria, as protesters in both cities were killed by security forces in each country. Meanwhile, thousands of Egyptians rioted outside the Israeli embassy in Cairo over the IDF’s response to Hamas terror attacks, increasing concern in Jerusalem that the protests in the Arab world…

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The Nazi inspired Jew hate of the Muslim brotherhood

BY SETH MANDEL, FRONTPAGEMAG.COM— The revolutions in the Arab world that began earlier this year were noticeably low on anti-Jewish propaganda, leading many scholars to express the hope that the West had less to lose from the overthrow of men like Hosni Mubarak than previously thought. But if German scholar Matthias Küntzel is correct, one…

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Turkey helping Iran

BY HAARETZ— Israel believes Turkey is actively helping Iran to sidestep economic sanctions and has also turned a blind eye to Iranian weapons smuggling into Syria, according to leaked US diplomatic cables published on Friday. Citing documents obtained by Haaretz, senior Israeli officials had told the United States that Turkey was moving ever-closer to Iran…

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Little Pink Rose of Hungary

Pat Mercer Hutchens, teacher and accomplished practicing artist, continues her work on the Auschwitz Album Revisited.  She has completed over thirty prints to date.  Pat confesses that in her dreams she often sees these innocent children who are about to be murdered and she tries to save them.  The dreams have motivated her to paint and preserve…

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Israel and Fulfillment theology

BY DAVID PARSONS, ICEJ— While most born-again Christians today are supportive of Israel, there is a growing movement among Evangelicals which is sympathetic to Palestinian suffering and claims to statehood. Yet to provide a biblical basis for their position, they are generally uncomfortable with being identified with classical Replacement heology, due to its malevolent fruit…

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Israel and Fulfillment theology

BY DAVID PARSONS, ICEJ— While most born-again Christians today are supportive of Israel, there is a growing movement among Evangelicals which is sympathetic to Palestinian suffering and claims to statehood. Yet to provide a biblical basis for their position, they are generally uncomfortable with being identified with classical Replacement heology, due to its malevolent fruit –…

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