Why Israel? (27) – The Third ‘Until’ – Until the Church has Come in – Isaiah 6

editor 28 July 2015

By Rev Willem J.J. Glashouwer.. From the book Why Israel? Chapter 5 – The Third ‘Until’ – Until the Church has Come in – Isaiah 6

Then, gradually, or perhaps by revelation from Christ, he starts to see something. He discovers that God has a plan. Somehow there is a plan of God behind this mystery of the blinding and deafening and hardening of heart of the Jewish people. Whenever he tried to explain the Gospel to his Jewish brothers and sisters, somehow he hit a brick wall! Read more »

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Report: EU to Start Labeling Settlement Products Soon

editor 28 July 2015

(JNi.media) In a few months, the EU will enact its plan to label products made in the Jewish towns and villages of Judea, Samaria and east Jerusalem, the Financial Times reported Sunday (July 20, 2015). Apparently, over the past three years, the European Commission has delayed issuing proper technical guidelines on the labeling of the Jewish-produced goods, fearing that the move would “backfire” over in Israel.

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Remains of 86 Holocaust Victims Found in Strasbourg Lab

editor 28 July 2015

By Jonathan Zalman.. In 1943, August Hirt [Photo top right], a professor of anatomy and forensics, and the chairman of the Reich University in Strasbourg during the city’s Nazi occupation, conducted “medical” experiments on the bodies of Holocaust victims who had been murdered in a gas chamber at the nearby Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp. Strasbourg was liberated in 1944, and the bodies, which were preserved in bins of distilled alcohol, were buried thereafter, in 1946 in France. Hirt committed suicide in 1945 before he could stand trial for war crimes. Read more »

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Former Saudi Ambassador to US: Gulf States Willing to Attack Iran

editor 27 July 2015

By Tzvi Ben-Gedalyahu.. A Saudi prince’s reaction to the nuclear agreement with Iran makes last week’s White House’s rosy spin of official reaction by Saudi Arabia to “ObamaDeal” look like an act that should never have gone on stage. Saudi Prince Bandar bin Sultan, former Ambassador to the United States, warned that the nuclear agreement with Iran “will wreak havoc in the Middle East” and that Gulf Powers are willing to attack Iranian nuclear sites, even if the United States is not interested. Read more »

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Amnesty Outdoes Hamas in Calling Gazans ‘Civilians’

editor 25 July 2015

By Elder of Ziyon.. Amnesty International’s Gaza Platform allows one to see, quite easily, that its database is worthless.

Here is the sum total of the number of people Amnesty says it has documented as being killed in their “research” and how many of them are civilian. Read more »

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After EU labeling of West Bank goods, paper proposes banking steps on Israel

editor 25 July 2015

By Herb Keinon.. “We have no intention to respond to a research paper from one research institute or another,” Israeli Foreign Ministry spokesperson Alov Lavi says. The European Union agreed this week to push ahead with labeling Israeli goods made in settlements in the  West Bank, a move that has alarmed the Israeli government; but now there are proposals to go much further, including targeting Israeli banks. Read more »

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Israel’s Year-Round Growing Seasons Leading Edge on Competitors

editor 25 July 2015

By Algemeiner Staff.. Israel’s year-round growing season has pushed it past competitors in some of the U.K.’s biggest food markets, the British Daily Mail reported on Tuesday (July 21, 2015). Gordon Bickel, the head of Israel’s largest agricultural produce exporter Carmel Agrexco, said Israelis’ ease with European languages (many emigrated from European countries to the Jewish state), the high quality of its fruits and vegetables, and the good weather have given it an edge over many British and Spanish competitors in huge grocery chains like Tesco. Read more »

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Inside Hezbollah’s European Plots

editor 24 July 2015

By Mathew Levitt.. The Lebanese terror group continues to operate in Europe despite warnings from the EU. What will Brussels do about it? Three years ago this month (July, 2012), Hezbollah blew up a bus of tourists in Bulgaria. The European Union then banned the military wing of Hezbollah. But despite both being blacklisted by Brussels and being heavily invested in the Syrian war, Hezbollah continues to plot attacks around the world, with a particular focus on Europe. Read more »

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‘Rock Attack’ Anti-Terror Bill Becomes Law

editor 24 July 2015

By Hana Levi Julian.. A bill to increase the prison sentence for terrorists convicted of throwing rocks [Photo top right] at moving vehicles passed in the Knesset on Monday night (July 20, 2015). The bill is actually an amendment to an existing law that required proof of intent and created other obstacles in attempts to prosecute terrorists on the road. From now on, however, those who are caught and convicted of the crime may now face a penalty of up to 20 years in prison, depending on the circumstances. Read more »

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Why Haven’t Jews Rebuilt the Temple Yet?

editor 24 July 2015

By C4i International.. Tish’a B’Av (Hebrew: תשעה באב or ט׳ באב, “the Ninth of Av,”) is an annual fast day in Judaism, named for the ninth day (Tisha) of the month of Av in the Hebrew calendar. The fast commemorates the destruction of both the First Temple and Second Temple in Jerusalem, which occurred about 655 years apart, but on the same Hebrew calendar date. Tish’a B’Av begins at sundown on Sat, 25 July 2015.
From: https://www.hebcal.com/holidays/tisha-bav
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