Israel News

Dead Sea Scrolls Calendar and other Israel News

Why are Israeli rabbis offering to hide African migrants in their homes? How was a bombing prevented at the tomb of Joseph? What is Vice President Pence going to talk about in Israel? Tragedy miraculously averted at the Tomb of Joseph, a new calendar decoded from a Dead Sea Scroll, a high-level U.S. visit to Israel and more in this Weekly Israel News Recap (without the Rhetoric).

9-minute read

Isis Declares War on Hamas

An IDF strike on a key Hamas terror tunnel bordering Egypt, the Islamic State declares war on Hamas, political scandal in the Netanyahu family, and more in this Weekly Israel News Recap (Without the Rhetoric).

8-minute read

Divine Rain from Heaven and Other Israel News

Stay informed on developments in Israel with our Weekly Israel News Recap (Without the Rhetoric). In this week’s Israel News Recap without the Rhetoric read about a quick answer to national prayers for rain, protests in Iran, and some exciting archaeological finds, including the seal of the governor of Jerusalem from the days of King Hezekiah.

8-minute read

Obama and Hezbollah: Israel News Week in Review

In this week’s Israel News Recap without the Rhetoric learn how the Obama administration protected Hezbollah’s drug trade to make a nuclear deal with Iran, the results of the Beijing peace talks with the Palestinians, more embassy news, and the disturbing situation on Israel’s Syrian border.

8-minute read

Miss Iraq Takes a Selfie and Other Israel News

Shortly after sharing the selfie on social media, Miss Iraq began receiving threats against her and her family saying they would be killed if the photo was not removed. Now, her family and relatives have fled Iraq fearing for their lives. Also: Trump’s Jerusalem Fallout; Labor Strike in Israel, and China’s new Middle East role.

8-minute read

Jerusalem – The Morning After Trump

Personally, I have mixed feelings about the decision. On the one hand, this is something that should have happened a long time ago. It should have happened in 1967. On the other hand, I am concerned over the practical ramifications on our soldiers, citizens, and the Palestinian people.

9-minute read

Dar al-Islam and Dar al-Harb

Now, for the first time in history, a country in the heart of the Arab World has been returned to its original occupants, a people who, according to Muslim thinking, were accursed and driven into exile, to be superseded by the “true religion.”

7-minute read

World Vision and Hamas

According to the allegations, funds designated for civilian projects, more than a million dollars a year, were "given in cash" to Hamas combat units. Shin Bet claims that money raised to support children allegedly injured by conflict with Israel was diverted to Hamas families by “fraudulently listing their children as wounded.”

6-minute read

Testimonies of Jewish Believers on Walla!

When the Israeli web portal Walla! recently featured testimonies of Jewish Yeshua-followers produced by Eitan Bar and Israel College of the Bible, it was hailed as a win for Jewish evangelism. It would be even better if a few of the testimonies pointed Jewish believers to Torah.

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