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Compassion in No Man’s Land

The French Hospital of St. Louis on Paratroopers Road marks the former cease-fire line along No Man’s Land.Photo by Andrew Pilcher Jerusalem’s Paratroopers Road is one of the busiest streets in the city. As the demarcation between the Municipality of Jerusalem and the Old City Walls, it is the line where east (Jerusalem) meets west

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Finding Your Calling—the Secret to Jewish Greatness

Jeremy Gimpelwww.thelandofisrael.com Editorial Note: Relationships between Christians and Jews must be based on respect, and true friendship only comes through understanding. Here, the author will help readers understand some of the faith challenges the Jewish community is facing as he urges a return to the relationship with God and depth of faith their forefathers had.

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Winged Odyssey

The Marvel of Bird Migration in Israel An electric blue flash—turquoise and sapphire plumage as rich as Joseph’s coat of many colors, against a backdrop of emerald green—signals the flight of a Kingfisher hunting from its perch above the Jordan River. Spring has arrived in Israel, and with it comes one of the most breathtaking

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My Firstborn Son Is Going into the Army

{image_1}I have anticipated this day for 19 years, with mixed feelings of awe and love, repressed fear and with pride; and of course with prayer.

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Treasure of Jewish History Recovered

{image_1}The Jewish link to the land of Iraq, historically known as Babylon, is embedded in the Bible. According to Jewish tradition, the Garden of Eden was located there, and leaders and prophets such as Daniel, Ezekiel, Ezra and Jonah are believed to be buried there. But by the mid-twentieth century, Jewish life began to unravel and Jews fled the country en masse, stripped of their citizenship and assets. For awhile it seemed that the incredible heritage of thousands of years of Jewish life in Babylon would be lost to the world. But God would miraculously use an oppressive, maniacal dictator and an unpopular war to preserve the history of His people.

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You Shall Be a Blessing

“I will make you a great nation; I will bless you and make your name great; and you shall be a blessing” (Gen. 12:2). Join us as we consider several ways in which we can see that the Lord’s promise to Abraham and his descendants is being partially fulfilled in our world today. Help in

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Divine Buzz

{image_1}Ethiopian Nun Emerges as Jerusalem’s Musical Treasure

At the recent four-day Sacred Music Festival in Jerusalem, hundreds of music lovers and performers crowded the city’s holy sites to hear the world’s spiritual and religious music traditions. With top talent from across the globe taking part, no one foresaw that the biggest attraction at the festival—part of the annual Jerusalem Season of Culture—would be a shy 90-year-old nun.

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Eighty Hours of Terror

{image_1}Israel Responds in Kenyan Crisis

On September 21, 2013, the African nation of Kenya experienced one of the worst terror attacks in recent history. The death and destruction shocked the world and devastated the country as pictures of injured and dying hit the internet. After the four-day siege ended, the UK and the United States were quick to send aid to the reeling country, but first on the scene was Israel.

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Righteous Women of the Holocaust

{image_1}“Attitudes towards the Jews during the Holocaust mostly ranged from indifference to hostility. The mainstream watched as their former neighbors were rounded up and killed; some collaborated with the perpetrators; many benefited from the expropriation of the Jews property.

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With Friends Like That…

{image_1}There is an old saying, “With friends like that, who needs enemies?!” If it ever applied to anyone, it certainly does to Israel. Throughout the short history of this tiny nation, wars have been fought with precious few allies, international pressure handled with minimal partners, and an almost constant onslaught of terror endured with very few supporters. The international community has frequently refused to acknowledge Israel’s right to conduct its affairs in like manner to other sovereign nations, and often countries that seemed like friends one day, turned out to be foes the next. And it all began in 1947.

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