Evangelicals : Righteous Gentiles for Israel

BY MICHAEL CURTIS, GATESTONE— Jews in democratic countries are disproportionately disposed more than other groups to prefer the left spectrum of political and cultural affairs — a spectrum that is in general unfriendly to the evangelical Christian movement. It is therefore not surprising that only 20% of Jewish Americans hold a favorable opinion of the…

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JerUSAlem – American people vs. White House

BY YORAM ETTINGER, ISRAEL HAYOM— Jerusalem has been one of the most dramatic issues of discord between the will of the American people and Congress on the one hand, and State Department-driven presidential policy on the other hand. In contrast to most Americans and their state and federal representatives, who cherish Jerusalem as the indivisible…

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Christians should "convert, pay tribute, or leave," says Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood candidate?

BY RAYMOND IBRAHIM— According to the popular Egyptian website, El Bashayer, Muhammad Morsi, the Muslim Brotherhood presidential candidate, just declared that he will “achieve the Islamic conquest (fath) of Egypt for the second time, and make all Christians convert to Islam, or else pay the jizya,” the additional Islamic tax, or financial tribute, required of…

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Fool me twice, shame on me

By STAN GOODENOUGH, JERUSALEM NEWSWIRE— Seven years ago, Israel carried out a unilateral “disengagement” from the Gaza Strip with catastrophic consequences for the Jewish state. The action saw Israeli forces uprooting 10,000 of their countrymen from their homes and demolishing their communities, thereby facilitating the establishment of a permanent terrorist mini-state in the enclave. Massive…

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Christian villages attempt to revive ancient Biblical language

BY ASSOCIATED PRESS— Two villages in the Holy Land’s tiny Christian community are teaching Aramaic in an ambitious effort to revive the language that Jesus spoke, centuries after it all but disappeared from the Middle East. The new focus on the region’s dominant language 2,000 years ago comes with a little help from modern technology:…

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Iran to build new nuclear plant by early 2014

BY BREITBART— Iran is to build a new nuclear power plant, alongside its sole existing one in the southern city of Bushehr, by early 2014, state television reported on Sunday, quoting the head of the country’s Atomic Energy Organisation. “Iran will build a 1,000-megawatt nuclear power plant in Bushehr next year,” the television quoted Fereydoon…

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