"Secretary-General Antonio Guterres also told Israel Radio in an interview Friday with its New York correspondent that “no one can deny the fact that Jerusalem is holy to three religions today,” including Judaism." [ Ow.ly Link ]
Dr. Mitch Glaser responds to the recent acts of antisemitism in the NYC subway: [ Ow.ly Link ]
Some things are just too horrible to let pass! This was the theme of an article, which appeared in a recent copy of the New York Times. The horrible act that could not go unnoticed was the writing of anti-Semitic statements on the walls of subway cars in New York City. A number of good Samaritans... View details ⇨
Join us TODAY in praying for the peace of Jerusalem (Psalm 122:6) as 70 representatives gather for the UN “peace talks" in Paris! Pray that those who are defending Israel will not be silenced. [ Ow.ly Link ]
Video - Israeli Ambassador: "Israel Is Not Going to Freeze Life Because the Palestinians Have Decided Not to Negotiate Peace" (MSNBC)
"I do not blame any secretary of state, any president, for the failure to achieve peace between Israelis and Palestinians. The reason why we do not have peace is because the Palestinians refuse to accept the existence and the right of the Jewish people to a... View details ⇨
The media reported that the UN resolution was only about the expansion of new settlements. But the text of the resolution itself goes well beyond new building and applies equally to historically Jewish areas that were unlawfully taken by Jordanian military action during Israel's War of Independence and liberated by Israel in a war started by Jordan in 1967.
Although Israelis were distressed by the tension in their relationship with the outgoing Obama administration, that state of affairs has compelled Jerusalem to forge ties elsewhere that have greatly benefited the Jewish state, according to a leading expert on the Middle East, Russia and international security.
" ... while Christianity 'has been an integral part of Upper Mesopotamia for 2,000 years,' the current combination of persecution, war, extremism and economic challenges 'have left Syrian and Iraqi Christians at a crossroads, asking, ‘Should we stay or should we go?’"