Prime Minister Netanyahu affirms Christian Zionists

Speech by Netanyahu: Welcome to Jerusalem, the undivided, eternal capital of the Jewish state and the Jewish people. Your presence here today represents a profound transformation in the relationship between Christians and Jews.  This transformation has its roots in the 19th century when the early Christian Zionists came to the Land Israel and when they…

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Christians Honor Israel During Massive Tour of the Holy Land

By Nicole Jansezian, www.Travelujah.com More than 1,000 evangelical Christians reaffirmed their staunch support of the Jewish state at a gathering in the nation’s capital Monday night with Israeli leaders. Pastor John Hagee, founder of Christians United for Israel, kicked off “A Night to Honor Israel” at the Jerusalem Convention Center to repeated standing ovations and…

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Americans Love Israel more than you think

By Barry Rubin, GLORIA Center International relations isn’t a popularity contest. But public opinion polls can be useful in countering myths and examining the impact of policymaker, elite, and media campaigns on the masses. Which brings us to Gallup’s latest poll measuring how Americans feel about different countries. The more one examines the results, the…

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Israel Apartheid Week Comes to Town

By Honestreporting.com The false analogy between apartheid South Africa and Israel – particularly since the UN’s racist 2001 Durban Conference – has played a key role in the campaign to delegitimize Israel and threaten its existence. The strategy of boycotts, divestment and sanctions (BDS) is based on convincing the public that Israel is no more…

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Golan Residents on the Alert

By Hillel Fendel, Israelnationalnews.com Though Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu announced that he “knows nothing” about reports of Syria’s “willingness” to accept the Golan in stages, Golan residents are taking no chances. Uri Heitner of the Golan Residents Committee says Israelis must be aware of Syrian dictator Bashar Assad’s true intentions: “It’s enough to see him…

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