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Political Shakeup in Iran, but Expect President Rouhani to Stay

Friday, 22 October 2016 | It is roughly seven months before the next presidential elections in Iran, and two members of President Hassan Rouhani have resigned. Signs of political upheaval that could see the chief Iranian proponent of the nuclear deal removed from power? Not likely. The Iranian Fars News Agency reported that Minister of

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Encouraging Tourism in Northern Israel

Friday, 21 October, 2016 | A new pleasure cruise line has been inaugurated between Haifa and Akko at the initiative of the Ministry of Tourism and the Old Akko Development Company. The idea behind the initiative is to encourage tourism in the north, especially in Akko, while at the same time encourage visitors to use

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International Parliamentarians to Gain Better Understanding of Jerusalem

Friday, 14 October 2016 | For the first time ever, a delegation of dozens of members of parliament (MP) from around the world will tour the city of Hebron; meet with Israeli government ministers and other leading characters in the Israeli political and financial arena; and celebrate with 5,000 Christian supporters of Israel. The MPs

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Netanyahu Defends New Housing Construction

Friday, 14 October 2016 | Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has spoken to US Secretary of State John Kerry in an effort to mitigate the latest crisis with Washington over the Israeli government’s decision to approve the construction of 300 housing units in the settlement of Shvut Rachel. Netanyahu told Kerry that the construction in Shvut

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Building a Hospital in Just 12 Hours

Friday, 7 October, 2016 | Immediately following the 2015 earthquake in Nepal, the IDF (Israel Defense Forces) sent a team of 122 medical workers, 45 physicians, and 95 tons of equipment to set up a field hospital to provide high quality medical relief. The 60-bed field hospital treated nearly 1,600 patients, performed 85 surgeries, and

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Support for BDS Movement Still Strong in Europe

Friday, 30 September 2016 | New York Senator Chuck Schumer has criticized efforts to delegitimize and boycott Israel, slamming the BDS movement as “a modern form of anti-Semitism…Those who call for boycotts of Israel… are practicing whether they know it or not – a modern form of anti-Semitism,” Schumer told the Israeli American Council’s 2016

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Remembering Aleppo

Friday, 30 September 2016 | Yossi Antebi, an 80-year-old resident of Tel Aviv, grew up in Aleppo, and is finding it hard to see his childhood home torn apart. “When I hear the reports, it pains me greatly. I see the places explode and know all the names,” shared Antebi. “We lived in the center

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Sea of Galilee in Crisis

Friday, 23 September, 2016 | The Sea of Galilee’s Kinneret Authority recently announced that the waterline currently stands at -213.375 meters [-700 ft] below sea level, which is 37.5 meters [123 ft] below the lake’s Red Line. The waterline for the lake needs to be four meters and 57 centimeters [14 ft 10 in] higher

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God Answers Prayer

  Friday, 26 August 2016 | For a number of years the BDS (Boycott, Divestment and Sanction) movement was like a pesky fly buzzing about the heads of Israeli politicians… irritating but certainly not life-threatening. But, as the movement grew and garnered global support, that perception began to change. Gradually it became apparent that if

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New-old friends, Erdoğan and Putin

August 12, 2016

Friday, 12 August 2016 | Russia was the first country to condemn the attempted coup in Turkey and publically support Recept Tayyip Erdoğan’s regime. The Turkish president, for his part, publically thanked President Vladimir Putin at the start of his press conference in St. Petersburg and even referred to him as his “dear friend.” “This

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