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Supporting Israel Is In Again

March 1, 2006

With the rise of Hamas to power in the Palestinian Authority (PA) and the nuclear threat posed by Iran and its renegade president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, supporting Israel is suddenly back in style. Israel usually finds itself isolated among the world community, and Yeshua (Jesus) even said that it would become hated of all nations (Matt. 24:9). Former Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations (UN) Dore Gold even commented recently that being the Israeli ambassador to the UN can at times feel like the loneliest job in the world. But now with terror groups and sovereign states threatening Israel with total destruction, Israel is enjoying support from countries like it hasn’t seen since before the 1967 Six Day War.

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Israel You Are Not Alone, Whether We Like It or Not!!

January 8, 2006

By Ron Ross, Bridges for Peace, Host of Israel Mosaic Radio
Many, who are advocates for God and for Israel, protest aggressively when signs of anti-Semitism occur. However, we often do not connect Jews and Christians as co-targets. Islamic terrorism has both Jews and Christians in their sights and the violence is not just verbal. An oft repeated canard of Islamic extremists is “First the Saturday people and then the Sunday people.” Today, we see attempts to act upon this conviction with rioting in the streets of many Western countries, including Australia and France.

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A State of Concern

November 27, 2005

The pressure is on U.S. President George W. Bush to make sure his actions, concerning terrorism, continue to match up with his words. On the one side, the war of words is broadcast, telecast, printed, and proclaimed. On the other side, terror increases.

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The People of the Disengagement

September 20, 2005

Tears & Prayers: We cried with the people of Gush Katif as we witnessed their lives being ripped apart. There was hardly a dry eye in the country as all, on both the left and right ends of the spectrum, saw the human cost of a government decision. In the aftermath, thousands of people of all ages are left without homes; most are jobless and have limited resources. Many of those who were formerly self-sufficient find themselves joining the ranks of the homeless and needy virtually overnight.

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