Canadian boy wins international youth bible competition

By RAPHAEL POCH, BIN— This past Tuesday, on Israel’s Independence Day, the annual International Youth Bible Contest finals were held in Israel. The victor, Eitan Amos, an 18-year-old Yeshiva high-school student at  Or Chaim (Light of Life) in Toronto, Canada, won first place making history by becoming the first Canadian to ever win the contest.…

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Netanyahu: If Fatah-Hamas unity deal is signed, Abbas is held responsible for every rocket

By Herb Keinon, JPOST— Israel will hold Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas responsible for every rocket fired on it from Gaza if he goes through with his national unity pact with Hamas, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said on Tuesday. The prime minister made his comments in Tokyo before the start of a meeting with Japanese…

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Sisi: If Needed, We’ll Amend Peace Treaty with Israel

By ELAD BENARI, ARUTZ 7— Egypt’s former army chief and leading presidential candidate, Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, said Sunday that, if elected, he would be willing to consider making changes to the peace agreement with Israel. “If we are asked to make amendments to the peace treaty with Israel, we will do it,” Sisi said in…

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A sad Independence Day

By CAROLINE GLICK, JPOST— Yom Ha’atzma’ut, Israeli Independence Day, is a joyous holiday. In Israel, every year, from Eilat to Metulla, from Tel Aviv to the Jordan Valley, everyone across every spectrum – secular, religious; rich, poor; left, Right, Ashkenazi, Sephardi – is out celebrating. The reconstitution of the Jewish state, and its growth within…

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Hamas tells Israel, ‘No Hope’

By SHOSHANA BRYEN, AMERICAN THINKER— Sometimes it is braggadocio. Sometimes it is the last rhetorical shot before making a political change previously thought impossible.  But sometimes, just sometimes, it is truth as the teller sees it. Hamas released a video for Israel’s 66th anniversary, entitled “No Hope,” (a play on Israel’s national anthem, Hatikva, or…

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Israel slams report of massive spying efforts against the US

By ATTILA SOMFALVI, YNETNEWS— Israel on Tuesday hit back at a Newsweek report claiming American officials believe Israeli intelligence-gathering efforts in the US have “crossed red lines. The Israeli embassy in Washington issued a denial, saying that “Israel does not conduct any spying activities (against the US), and condemns any attempt to tarnish Israel with…

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Presbyterian Church gets in bed with radical Islam

By EARL COX, JPOST — The US government and universities have been infiltrated and influenced by Islamists.  Why should we believe mainstream Christian churches in America are exempt?   What is surprising is the disturbing depth of deception being proliferated by the Presbyterian Church of the United States of America (PCUSA) via their published study guide…

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PA to transfer security forces to Gaza

By YNET— Some 3,000 Palestinian Authority police officers will join the Gaza government’s security forces, Palestinian media reported Sunday, almost seven years after Hamas violently outsed Fatah men from Gaza in what has become to be known as the Battle of Gaza. Abd al-Salam Siyam, the secretary-general of the Gazan cabinet, said the officers were…

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