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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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The “Anti-Normalization” Campaign and Israel’s Right to Exist

August 9, 2016

Tuesday, 09 August 2016 | Arabs and Muslims are up in arms over a controversial visit to Israel by a retired Saudi general, Dr. Anwar Eshki, who is being accused of promoting “normalization with the Jews and the Zionist entity.” If “normalization” with Israel is being denounced as a major crime and sin, one can

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To Kippah or NOT to Kippah

“Cover your head in order that the fear of heaven may be upon you” (Shabbat 156b). In the religiously, culturally and ethnically diverse regions of the Jewish Diaspora (the Jewish population outside Israel), kippot (plural of kippah) are often worn simply as outward symbols of Jewishness. On the other hand, Jewish sages teach that the

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Second-Class Citizens? Israel’s Legal Realities and Responsibilities in Judea–Samaria

What to do when nearly 400,000 of your people are legally disenfranchised from other citizens? That is the question that faces Israel regarding those living in Judea and Samaria (commonly referred to as the West Bank). Currently Judea and Samaria are not considered part of Israeli territory to which Israeli civil law applies. At the

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31 Countries Adopt New Definition of Anti-Semitism

Thirty one countries voted to adopt a new working definition of anti-Semitism, a move hailed by human rights activists as an important milestone in countering hatred. The International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance [IHRA]—an intergovernmental group comprised of 31 nations—adopted a definition based on the 2005 European Monitoring Centre (EUMC) Working Definition, which describes anti-Semitism as “a

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The World’s Plan for Israel

Global leaders are coming into agreement with a French proposal to revive peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians. The proposal is based on the adoption of a 10-point initiative, authored by Saudi Arabia in 2002, which calls “for an Israeli withdrawal from all of the West Bank [Judea and Samaria], Gaza Strip and east

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Report: The Five Ways Israel Employs to Win the War on Lone-Wolf Terrorism

Thursday, 28 July 2016 | The month of July has been a particularly bloody one for a number of countries in Europe. In Germany, four terror attacks in the last week alone claimed the lives of more than ten people, while France reeled in the wake of two acts of terror that left 85 dead.

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Warming Up: Regional Tensions Thawing the Cold Israel–Egypt Peace

Ever since the days of the patriarch Abraham thousands of years ago, Israel and Egypt have had a complicated relationship. At times, they have been deadly enemies—at times they have been allies. And in the last three dozen years, they have been at peace. It is sometimes called a “cold peace”—but recently there have been

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