Help us bless the people of Israel.


Anti-Semitism Lower in 2010

In 2009, 1,129 incidents of anti-Semitism were documented worldwide, a record high. In 2010, that number fell to 614. Despite that decline, the 2010 figure is still the third highest since 1990. Roughly 60% of the acts noted in the survey occurred in Britain, France or Canada. In Latin America, incidents of anti-Semitism, while amounting

Continue Reading »

Israelis Find Key to Containing Cancer

As the researchers described in the February issue of the journal Nature, the ability to “turn on” p53 could be a critical means of protection against colorectal and other epithelial forms of cancer. Building on earlier p53 studies by Dr. Moshe Oren of the Weizmann Institute of Science, who joined the current research team, Hebrew

Continue Reading »

Netanyahu: I Doubt the World Has Learned Holocaust Lesson

Netanyahu addressed the Iranian threat throughout his speech. “It seems the world finds it easier to talk of lessons of the past rather than project them on the present day and future. But we, members of the Jewish people, must not ignore the lessons of the Holocaust on days such as these. New enemies continue

Continue Reading »

PA Libel: Israel Imitates Nazis

Last month the PA repeated this same libel, that “Israeli doctors also carry out medical experiments on prisoners,” adding that “there are [Israeli] prisons which fall under the military administration… They resemble the detention camps during the Nazi period.” [Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, April 15, 2011] PMW has recently reported on Palestinian opposition to Holocaust education in

Continue Reading »

Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood to Vie in September Election

Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu was among the first to voice concern, warning that Israel’s relationship with the post-Mubarak regime is unlikely to be as productive as relations were with the Mubarak government, even though that relationship became synonymous with the term “cold peace.”   Last week, Egypt’s army chief-of-staff warned Israel not to interfere with

Continue Reading »

US Lawmakers Threaten to Halt Funds to Palestinians

“The reported agreement between Fatah and Hamas means that a Foreign Terrorist Organization which has called for the destruction of Israel will be part of the Palestinian Authority government,” said Ros-Lehtinen. “US taxpayer funds should not and must not be used to support those who threaten US security, our interests, and our vital ally, Israel.

Continue Reading »

Israel Wary of Change in Security Arrangements with Palestinians

The defense establishment is still considering its potential implications, and no one will venture a guess as to its actual, potential, results. “Despite statements to the contrary in Egypt, we know that the deal between Hamas and Fatah is plagued by serious misgivings and differences that cannot be bridged easily,” a military source said. The

Continue Reading »

AKOL Helps the Developing World Feed Itself, Via the Cloud

“Since its founding in 1978, AKOL has pioneered the integration of IT [information technology] systems in the agricultural sector and built computer and IT solutions that have won it renown in Israel and around the world,” says company CEO Ron Shani. “Years before the popularization of the Internet, we had online databases and applications that

Continue Reading »

Abbas’ Fatah Party Reaches Unity Government Deal with Hamas

In a response to the expected unity agreement, posted on the Prime Minister’s Office Web site, Benjamin Netanyahu said, “The Palestinian Authority needs to choose between peace with Israel and peace with Hamas. Peace with both is impossible because Hamas aspires to destroy the State of Israel and says so openly. It fires missiles at

Continue Reading »

Syrian Crackdown on Protesters Complicates Potential Peace with Israel

He said peace between Israel and all its neighbors “remains a goal of this administration, and we will continue, through whatever means we have at our disposal at any given time, to pursue it.” However, he noted their focus with Syria now is “on ending the violence against the Syrian people.” Meanwhile, in light of

Continue Reading »

Search News

  • Order




Full color, revised edition introduces the Hebraic roots of Christianity and tells the story of God’s covenant relationship with Israel. Study questions, excellent for small group or personal study.

(288 pages)

Buy Here



Your gift to Bridges for Peace will help us feed the hungry, care for the needy, comfort the Holocaust survivors, reach out with Christian love to the people of Israel.