Israeli Source: Trump Will Unveil Peace Plan After Embassy Move

By Benjamin Kerstein, Algemeiner— President Donald Trump will unveil his long-gestating peace plan after the U.S. opens its new embassy in Jerusalem, an Israeli source stated on Saturday. Media reports have indicated that Trump’s plan is finished, but until now there have been no indications as to when it might be made public. Israel’s Channel…

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Multi million Dollar Building For Christians and Jews Planned Next to U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem

By Breaking Israel News— The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (“The Fellowship”) is breaking ground on its new Jerusalem headquarters, a multi-million dollar building that will provide a home in the Holy Land for visiting Christians. In the context of what has become known as “the golden age for Jewish-Christian relations,” the new center…

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Haley: Hamas using ‘children as cannon fodder’ in Gaza

By Times of Israel Staff— The US ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, lashed out at Hamas Thursday, accusing the Palestinian terror group of “using children as cannon fodder,” following the deaths of dozens of people in clashes with Israeli forces during protests along with border in the Gaza Strip. “Anyone who truly cares…

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‘I May Go’ To Jerusalem Embassy Opening, Trump Says

By Michael Wilner, JPost— US President Donald Trump told reporters on Friday that he might travel to Israel for the opening of a new US embassy there, located in Jerusalem. “I may go,” the president said. “Very proud of it.” Administration officials have previously said it was unlikely that Trump would lead the delegation, and…

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12,000 Israelis Sing ‘Al Kol Eleh’

By Jerusalem Post— One president, 40 musicians and 12,000 singers. Those were the ingredients for an unforgettable music video released on Monday ahead of Israel’s 70th anniversary. President Reuven Rivlin, together with singer Shlomi Shabat, Tel Aviv Mayor Ron Huldai, Social Equality Minister Gila Gamliel and the social-music initiative Koolulam, hosted an event last week…

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Netanyahu Hires an Israeli Jew Who Believes in Jesus

By Israel Today— Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office made waves this week when it hired long-time pro-Israel YouTube activist Hananya Naftali as its new deputy social media adviser. Israel Today has featured Naftali’s informative video clips a number of times. The material is as solid as it gets. What makes Naftali “controversial” for many Israelis is…

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Europe wants unity on Iran while undermining Trump on Jerusalem

By Caroline Glick, JPost— As French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel beat a path for the White House in back-to-back visits this week, the media coverage of U.S. – European Union relations is focused on efforts to convince President Donald Trump to keep faith with his predecessor Barack Obama’s nuclear deal with…

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