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United Nations Security Council Resolution 2334

On 23 December 2016, just days before Christmas, the United Nations Security Council adopted Resolution 2334 declaring settlement activity as a “flagrant violation” of international law and has no “legal validity”. The adoption of this resolution will have far-reaching consequences … Continue reading

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Will the War in Syria end in Jerusalem?

The Middle East is heating up and the big powers are heading towards a catastrophic showdown. American, British and Russian warships and submarines are in close proximity to each other in the Mediterranean. The war in Syria drew these forces … Continue reading

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Will Sukkot 2016 be like no other?

It seems that the nations are prophetically prompted like never before to attend the biblical feast of Sukkot. This year a new dimension came into play. An article written by Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz under the caption “Hundreds of African Kings, … Continue reading

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How Israel blesses the nations

In an historic visit to various African countries, the Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, received an almost hero’s welcome by the heads of State in Kenya, Uganda and Ethiopia. Multiple agreements of cooperation were signed and indications are that … Continue reading

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Yom Hazikaron (Day of Remembrance) 2016

Yom Hazikaron or Day of Remembrance is a special day on the calendar for every Israeli and it should also be for every Jewish person living in the Diaspora. It is a day in which the brave fallen soldiers and … Continue reading

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Is it the beginning of Jacob’s trouble?

I certainly do not want to be an alarmist, but it seems that 2016 will be an extremely difficult year for Israel. Since the stabbing and ramming attacks started in October 2015, the situation escalated to shooting attacks. It could … Continue reading

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Israel’s innovative spirit

While Israel is confronted with academic, trade and cultural boycotts, the innovative spirit of the Israeli people cannot be extinguished. The irony is that countries on the forefront of these boycott actions, are the ones who also benefit from the … Continue reading

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Not a time to be discouraged

Since 1 October 2015, the people of Israel experienced a wave of attacks in the form of knife stabbings, car ramming and drive-by shootings. It was not expected and it caught many people off-guard. Many people asked the inevitable question … Continue reading

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Sukkot 2015 and the Tetrad

Today, Sunday evening, 27 September 2015 marks the beginning of the Jewish holiday of Sukkot, or better known as the Feast of Tabernacles. This year, Sukkot coincides with the much talked about and rare natural phenomenon – a combination of … Continue reading

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Jews immigrating to Israel in huge numbers

In line with Bible prophecy, aliyah (immigration) to Israel is on the increase. An expected 4,000 olim (immigrants) are expected from North America alone in 2015. On Tuesday, 18 August 2015, a planeload of 232 new Israeli citizens from North … Continue reading

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