Dore Gold’s fight for Jerusalem

By David Suissa, Jewish Journal— In a nutshell, Gold made a compelling and visual case for the deep, uninterrupted, 3,000-year Jewish connection to Jerusalem. Using artifacts from biblical times, ancient scrolls, recent archeology discoveries, legal documents from international bodies and other pieces of evidence that appeared on a large screen, Gold was like a trial…

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The Palestinian-North Korean Connection

By Ambassador (ret.) Yoram Ettinger, Israel Hayom— A thorough examination of the track record of the Palestinian Authority, the PLO, Fatah (all three headed by Mahmoud Abbas) and Hamas is a prerequisite for a realistic assessment of the nature of the proposed Palestinian state and its potential impact upon vital US interests in the Middle…

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Jerusalem United (Forever?): The Hopeful, Unsure, Legacy of the 6 Day War

By Marc LiVecche, Providence Mag— On the third day of the 6 Day War, from atop the Mount of Olives overlooking the Old City of Jerusalem, Colonel Mordechai (Motta) Gur, commander of the 55th Paratroopers Brigade, gives a historic order over the Israeli Defense Forces’ wireless: All company commanders, we’re sitting right now on the ridge…

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New Scroll for New Era: “Six Day War Scroll” Tells Story of Six Days of Divine Deliverance

By: Orly Gibson, Breaking Israel News– This week marks the 50th anniversary of the reunification of the Holy city of Jerusalem as a result of the miraculous victory of the Israeli army during 1967’s Six Day War. There is no mistaking the fact that this victory was a result of Divine Revelation and the fulfillment…

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Reflections on the 50th Anniversary of the Six Day War

By Sarah Stern, EMET— Exactly 50 years ago today, in an attempt to annihilate Israel and to create a “pan-Arabist movement,” Egyptian President Gamal Abdul Nasser closed the Gulf of Aqaba and began amassing thousands of troops into the Sinai Peninsula. The United Nations had withdrawn its emergency forces from Gaza and the Sinai leaving…

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Is a “Friend of Hamas” Set to Be Next Prime Minister of England?

By Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz, BIN— British Prime Minister Theresa May‘s decision to call for early decision backfired, as the results of Thursday’s election meant no party could win the necessary 326 seat majority of the 650 seat parliament, paving the way for anti-Israel Jeremy Corbyn. With the majority of the votes counted, May’s right-wing Conservative…

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There is a famine for the word of God

By Abra Forman, BIN— The inaugural “Prophecy in the News” conference, hosted by Breaking Israel News in Jerusalem on Monday, brought together journalists, government officials, thought leaders, and religious leaders to proclaim the powerful message that Biblical prophecy is, indeed, coming to life today. With 200 attendees at the Bible Lands Museum and thousands of…

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‘Israel ensures that Jerusalem’s holy sites remain open to all’

By Israel Hayom— Israel has ensured that the holy sites to Judaism, Christianity, and Islam in Jerusalem remain accessible to everyone, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Wednesday, speaking in the Knesset in a digital joint session with the U.S. Congress marking the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Six-Day War. If Israel were not here, the…

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US envoy: We will not allow UN to bully Israel anymore

By Israel Hayom— U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley said Wednesday the U.S. would not allow the U.N. to “bully” Israel anymore. Haley made the comments in Jerusalem, a day after she berated the U.N.’s top human rights body for ignoring countries with horrendous human rights records while focusing obsessively on Israel. Israel has…

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Knesset, Congress mark Jerusalem reunification together

By Gill Hoffman, JPost— The Knesset and the US Congress on Wednesday jointly marked 50 years since the reunification of Jerusalem, in the first-ever simultaneous broadcast from the two legislatures. The event could have been seen as tacit recognition by the White House of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, which could have sparked controversy. But despite…

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