What would Jesus do about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict?

By JURGEN BUHLER, CHARISMA— For many decades, evangelical support for Israel seemed rock solid. Today, however, many younger Christians in Western churches are hesitant to give Israel the same unconditional support their parents did. Stories of Palestinian suffering, rather than the struggles and triumphs of Israel, have attracted the sympathy of young evangelicals. They appear…

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IDF drills for an explosion of violence in the West Bank

By YOAV ZITUN, YNET— Bracing for an outbreak of violence should peace talks with the Palestinians collapse, the IDF on Wednesday morning held an impromptu military exercise by the Central Command to practice possible scenarios of escalation in the West Bank. Details of the exercise were released by the IDF Spokesperson’s Unit just one hour…

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Uniting with terrorists won’t lead to an accord

by JONATHAN SCHANZER, NY TIMES— The Palestinians have been a house divided since 2007, when Hamas, a violent Islamist organization, overran the Palestinian Authority. The violence erupted after a political standoff following their stunning electoral victory the previous year. To this day, Hamas still controls Gaza, while the rival Fatah faction (which controls the Palestinian…

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Ukrainian Synagogue Firebombed as Anti-Semitic Incidents Continue

By JORDAN SCHACHTEL, BREITBART— A Jewish synagogue was reportedly firebombed over the weekend in the Ukrainian city of Nikolayeve, a Black Sea port city with an estimated population of 500,000. At this time, neither the identities of the perpetrators nor what side they are aligned with in the ongoing regional conflict has been established. Luckily,…

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PA, Hamas announce unity government against Israel

By LEA SPEYER, BREAKING ISRAEL NEWS— Palestinian officials have confirmed that rival leaders from the West Bank and Gaza Strip have agreed to form a national unity government within the “next five weeks.” Following talks in Gaza City on Tuesday evening between officials of the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) and Hamas, an agreement was reached…

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‘A new chapter of hope between Jews and Christians’ in Israel

By ISRAEL TODAY— The Israeli defense establishment this week decided to begin actively recruiting local Christians into the Israeli army. The move comes after years of encouragement by the Nazareth-based Israeli Christian Recruitment Forum for young Arabic-speaking Christians to voluntarily join the IDF so as to better integrate into Israeli society. Israel Today has repeatedly…

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The Truth Report, Introduction

Pastor Jim Hutchens, Vice President of The Jerusalem Connection, speaks out against the rise of Replacement Theology among modern evangelicals. Hutchens calls out the false teaching as a message from Satan, and minces no words in his rebuke of some of Replacement Theology’s most ardent Christian spokespeople. Donate Today!   We hope you enjoyed this…

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Lutheran nuns end Jerusalem mission to Shoah survivors

By RENEE GHERT-ZAND, TIMES OF ISRAEL-— Residents of the Jerusalem’s Talpiot neighborhood who have watched nuns in their white habits go in and out of a house at 10 Ein Gedi Street for the past half century will soon notice their absence. Beit Avraham (House of Abraham), as the sisters of the Evangelical Sisterhood of…

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