Make the Palestinian Issue Central Again?

By Ambassador (ret.) Yoram Ettinger, “Second Thought: a US-Israel Initiative” According to a November 12, 2020 OpEd by Nabil Amr, a confidant of Mahmoud Abbas, published by the leading Saudi daily Asharq Al-Awsat : “Ballots with Biden’s name would have filled the boxes if placed in Ramallah…. bets are that Biden’s victory resume ties with…

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Palestinians Boast of Helping Biden Defeat Trump

By Israel Today— The Palestinians have for years expressed frustration and even jealousy over Israel enjoying the kind of political support from Christians abroad that can put a president in the White House. Now it seems the Palestinians and their apologists might’ve gotten a little revenge. “I can confirm that the Palestinian community not only…

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The Struggle for Palestine

By Asaf Romirowsky, Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies— In his 1974 book Palestinians and Israel, the late Yehoshafat Harkabi wrote that following the Six-Day War, The collision with the Palestinians is presented as the essence of the conflict, for this is allegedly a struggle for national liberation. Arabs explain, especially to foreigners, that the antagonism…

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The United Nations Attempt to Delete Israel’s Ancient History

By Arlene Bridges Samuels, CBNISRAEL— Imagine waking up one morning to news that the Eiffel Tower is no longer considered French. That the pyramids are not Egyptian. And that the Statue of Liberty is not a beloved symbol of the United States. Your reaction would be astonishment. Yet, here’s a fact that is barely a…

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Former Trump advisor: Israel may act against Iran before Biden admin.

By Cody Levine, JPost— Former National Security Advisor Gen. H.R. McMaster for the Trump administration said in an interview with Fox News Thursday that President-elect Joe Biden should not rejoin the 2015 Iran nuclear deal upon taking office in on January 20. McMaster said to Fox host Bret Baier that then-Secretary of State John Kerry…

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Malawi announces plans to be first African country in decades to open embassy in Jerusalem

By Anugrah Kumar, Christian Post— The majority-Christian nation of Malawi in southeastern Africa has announced plans to open an embassy in Israel and place it in Jerusalem by the summer of 2021. Malawi, whose president is a former pastor in the Assemblies of God denomination, will be the third country to open an embassy in…

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Enews: The Point of Biblical Archaeology

Archaeology is the study of material culture which is left from previous civilizations. Therefore, biblical archaeology is traditional archaeology, but it is conducted in the lands of the Bible: Egypt, Jordan but primarily Israel. I see biblical archaeology as any excavation or study of epigraphic materials that shed light on the biblical narrative or broaden…

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Iran: Mullahs Celebrate What They Hope Will Be the Return To Their Nuclear Bomb

By Majid Rafizadeh, Gatestone Institute— The Iranian regime has excitingly announced former U.S. Vice-President Joe Biden’s possible victory in the US presidential elections and is celebrating that the next US administration will, they hope, be from the Democrat Party. Iranian authorities view the chance that Biden might take over the White House as a definite…

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Copy-Paste: How Israelis Dealt With News of Biden’s Victory

By Tsvi Sadan, Israel Today— One would think that with him being so unprecedentedly pro-Israel, Trump’s loss in the US election is Israel’s loss. But these days “pro-Israel” is understood quite differently by rival Israeli political camps. The Right still thinks that to be pro-Israel means a president should support traditional Zionist convictions, such as…

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UK’s former chief rabbi Jonathan Sacks passes away at 72

By Times of Israel— Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, the former chief rabbi of the United Kingdom whose extensive writings and frequent media appearances commanded a global following among Jews and non-Jews alike, died Saturday morning. Sacks, 72, was in the midst of a third bout of cancer, which he had announced in October. Sacks was among…

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The Palestinian Appropriation of Black Pain

By Joshua Washington, Times of Israel—- In the early 1980s, African-American professor of history at Stanford University, and director of the Martin Luther King, Jr., Research and Education Institute, Clayborne Carson published a paper called “BLACKS and JEWS in the CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT: The CASE of SNCC.” In this paper, Carson gives much needed clarity…

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The Five Twenty Age of American Digital Propaganda

By Arlene Bridges Samuels— We are living in an up-side-down world. In Isaiah 5:20, the brilliant prophet describes our culture today, “Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil; who put darkness for light, and light for darkness…” Propaganda is an ugly word that most Americans avoid using but it’s time to abandon…

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Jesus’ Overlooked Statement That Could Have Changed Jewish History

By Arlene Bridges Samuels, CBN— Is it possible that overlooking one of Jesus’ most profound declarations could have been a leading cause of the cancerous spread of anti-Semitism in churches and communities throughout the world? This cancer has endured for centuries, and the diagnosis is clear: It’s a malignant melanoma. Left untreated, this cancer is…

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