In a nation like Israel, surrounded by sworn, mortal enemies, strength and decisiveness are highly valued. And that’s how Trump is perceived.
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I’m writing from the quiet of my hotel room in Jerusalem at midnight, but today was anything but quiet. I was with a small team in a mixed area in Jerusalem, getting video footage to use on Christian TV.
A group of anti-Israel activists aggressively derailed a discussion panel last week at the University of California-Los Angeles by flooding the venue with confrontational protesters.
It doesn’t matter that Hamas has admitted that more than 80 percent of those killed on Monday were Hamas members. All that matters is that Israel is evil and Israel is monstrous and Israel is genocidal.
Hamas sends waves of young men to defy Israeli orders. The IDF soldiers kill and wound the Hamas-provoked protesters. The media follows Hamas’s script, reporting Israel’s atrocities to the world.
Despite the United Nations, Palestinian sympathizers, or objections from the state of Palestine, the move of the American Embassy in Israel is constitutional, and, therefore, lawful.
President Donald Trump’s decision recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital has hugely pleased evangelicals, who are his main political supporting base, the Israeli press has raised major worrying points that are emerging now.
Pro-Palestine protesters disrupted a College Republicans event at the University of California, Irvine Thursday, using a megaphone to drown out five members of the Israeli Defense Forces.
George Washington University President Thomas LeBlanc says he will not consider implementing a divestment resolution passed by the student government in a secret vote.
Flags fly at half mast, the torch of remembrance is lit, memorial candles are held. And so begins the Yom Hazikaron, Heroes Remembrance Day, the day of remembrance for fallen soldiers and victims of terror– Israel’s Memorial Day.
The Independence Day celebration began Wednesday and will continue through Saturday evening to mark the 70th anniversary of when David Ben Gurion announced the establishment of the Jewish state and Israel took its place among the nations on May 14, 1948.
Christians around the world celebrated the 70 years of independence of Israel on April 18, 2018. But because they love Israel so much, Christians have ignored major issues that affect the spiritual and earthly survival of Jews.
More than 50 student groups at New York University have pledged to boycott Israeli goods and academic institutions, and are urging the school’s administration to join the cause.
We commemorate the Holocaust every year with Holocaust Remembrance Day out of respect for the victims, and because the Jewish people continue to be the object of murderous hostility and Israel faces an ongoing existential threat.
How will the Israel government be able to recognize the Armenian Genocide if it has been unable even to recognize that abortion, which is legal and fully available in Israel, is genocide?
A professor is calling San Francisco State University’s recent assurance that “Zionists are welcome” on campus a “declaration of war against Arabs, Muslims, [and] Palestinians.”
President Donald Trump made an historic announcement that he will speed up the time to open the embassy in Jerusalem. when? On the 70th anniversary of the founding of the State of Israel in May of 2018.
President Donald Trump told Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during their meeting in the Oval Office yesterday that he may attend the opening of the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem.
Purim, a holiday preceded by a fast kept by the men going into battle and their loved ones, is not about forgiving your enemies, progressive taxation or coming out of the closet. It is about survival.
When creating a background profile, Facebook gives users 50 nationality options. These options, he claims, include Palestine, but Israel is conspicuously absent.
This week, I had the opportunity to congratulate the Guatemalan president in person, as part of a small delegation of evangelicals who were invited to the country to discuss our nations’ shared interest in defending Israel.
‘Good Things’ to Think Upon After Trump’s First Year I must admit, I have begun to fall behind politically. There..
Israel’s liberal abortion laws have been approved under Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who is the leader of the most right-wing coalition government in Israel’s history.
As you’re listening to this broadcast, I’m actually in Israel, and I’m with our ministry, Covenant Journey. And today we are in the Golan Heights.
The Knesset, Israel’s unicameral legislature, voted 64 to 51 on Tuesday to pass a law that was designed to prevent the government from entering into any agreement to divide the city of Jerusalem in future peace negotiations.
Just three weeks after President Trump announced his decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and begin preparations to move the US Embassy…
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday hailed Guatemala’s decision to relocate its embassy to Jerusalem, saying other countries will soon follow suit.
Rain or shine, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, promised Christians he’ll “always be here for you” in a video he posted to Facebook on Christmas Eve.
But what of the matter of ancient prophecy? Is there a connection between the UN’s vote and the Bible? I would say yes, for at least three reasons:
The United Nations General Assembly overwhelmingly approved a resolution condemning President Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.