The IAF’s Achilles’ Heel

By Caroline Glick— This week Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu told government ministers that he may wait for the next US president before signing a new military assistance deal with America. Israel’s current military assistance package is set to expire in 2018 and the new package is supposed to include supplemental aid to compensate Israel for…

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America, be wary of a Palestinian state!

By Yoram Ettinger— U.S. President Barack Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry intend to advance recognition of an independent Palestinian state by January 20, 2017 — the end of Obama’s second term — regardless of how adversely it will affect national and homeland security. In light of this, the presidentturned down a request by…

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Should Jesus Unite Mortal Enemies?

By Tsvi Sadan, Israel Today— The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is taking a toll on Messianic Jews and Arab Christians who, in principle, are supposed to follow Jesus’ command to love one’s enemy. The tension between Messianic Jews and Evangelical Palestinians has grown ever deeper with the appearance of the Christ at the Checkpoint conferences that promote…

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Debunking Gary Burge’s Supersessionist Theology Regarding Israel

By Crystal Rudolph, Israel Today— In the ninth chapter titled “Jesus and the Early Christians” of his book, Whose Land? Whose Promises?, Prof. Gary Burge of Wheaton College argues that Jewish Israelis cannot claim that the Land of Israel belongs to them according to the Bible, because the New Testament spiritualizes the Land promise to…

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There is no Palestinian people

By Lahav Harkov, JPost— “Palestine” is a borrowed term, MK Anat Berko (Likud) said in the Knesset Wednesday, sparking an uproar. “Palestine – There isn’t even a ‘p’ in Arabic, so it’s a borrowed term that’s worth analyzing,” Berko said in a debate on the two-state solution. “But there is a Palestinian Authority next to…

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Rabbinic Group For Trump Disbands on the Eve of the New Hampshire Primary

By David Bedein, Israel Behind the News— A few months ago, Rabbi Dr. Bernhard Rosenberg launched a modest effort to galvanize Jewish support for Donald Trump. Rabbi Rosenberg maintained that his instincts were that Trump would make a strong President who would be both fair and friendly to Israel. Issuing numerous press releases under the…

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Israel-U.S. relations to turn a new page post elections

By Raphael Poch, Israel National News— As the New Hampshire primaries get underway today (Feb. 9th) in the United States, former Senator Joseph Lieberman told Israeli Army Radio that “no matter who becomes president the relationship between Israel and the United States will improve.”   “When we go back and listen to President Barack Obama’s…

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The Palestinian’s willing executioners

By Ron Jager— The Palestinian’s willing executioners As the world commemorates the Holocaust as part of the UN-designated International Remembrance Day; now is the time to consider what makes Palestinian Arabs so barbaric and so hateful of Jews and Israelis that they have no reservations stabbing and murdering infants, children, women and men as they…

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Obama backtracks on Israel defense package to counter Iran nuclear deal

By DEBKAFILE— US President Barack Obama has retracted on his pledge of an extra defense package to compensate Israel for the damage caused its security by the nuclear deal concluded with Iran last year. This flat refusal, reported here by DEBKAfile’s Washington sources, confronted Israeli officials when they met last week with heads of the…

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Where the GOP and Democrats differ on Israel

By Richard Baehr, Israel Hayom— The Iowa caucuses served their usual function in winnowing down the field of ‎candidates to a more manageable number, and a smaller number of realistic ‎possibilities for the nomination. On the Democratic side, barring an indictment for ‎her private server issues with classified information sent and received, former Secretary of…

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