Second Temple-era Jerusalem inscription stuns archaeologists

By: Aryeh Savir, World Israel News— Archaeologists uncovered a unique stone inscription dating back to the Second Temple Period with ‘Jerusalem’ written in full in modern Hebrew script – the first such discovery ever. The exciting find was presented on Tuesday during a press conference by the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) and the Israel Museum.…

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A New Wave of Democrats Tests the Party’s Blanket Support for Israel

By Catie Edmondson, NY Times— One Democratic House candidate has pledged that she will vote against bills that include aid to Israel, denouncing what she saw as the “injustice” of Israel’s treatment of the Palestinians. Another wrote that “Israel has hypnotized the world” with its “evil doings.” Still another helped write a scathing book on…

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Netanyahu Says Israel Preparing for War With Gaza

By Israel Today— Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu issued a stark warning to the Palestinian Authority and to the international community during Sunday’s cabinet meeting in Jerusalem. The gist of his remarks was that Israel will not hesitate to launch a full-scale military operation against the Gaza Strip if the situation along the coastal enclave’s…

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Klein: Five Reasons Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand Is Dangerous for Israel

By Aaron Klein, Breitbart— Kirsten Gillibrand, the New York Senator running for reelection, has advanced troubling views, legislative decisions and associations that evidence an alarming ideology when it comes to support for America’s only democratic ally in the Middle East, the State of Israel. In recent years, Gillibrand has seemingly moved away from traditionally mainstream…

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7,000 Evangelicals From Around the World March in Jerusalem Awaiting Jesus’ Return

By Stoyan Zaimov , Christian Post— Nearly 7,000 evangelicals from over 100 different countries marched in Jerusalem Thursday as part of a celebrations looking forward to Jesus Christ’s return. The Jerusalem Post reported that the annual Feast of Tabernacles drew locals and foreigners in an celebration of music and flags, with the largest delegations coming from…

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US vets combat PTSD by sifting through the past at archaeological dig in Israel

By AMANDA BORSCHEL-DAN, Times of Israel— Seven United States military veterans recently completed an unusual tour of duty — at Israel’s Beth She’arim archaeological excavation. The group participated in one of a growing number of international programs which send former servicemen back into the field — with shovels, not swords. By digging into the dirt, the…

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New Revelations Prove Netanyahu Right on Iran’s Nuclear Program

By Yochanan Visser, Israel Today— On Friday, Iran responded to the speech Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu gave during the annual General Assembly of the United Nations in New York City in which he revealed Iran has another never disclosed nuclear site in its capital Tehran. Netanyahu said a secret nuclear warehouse inside Tehran contained…

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