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Luke Hilton

The Left & Right Are Calling Israel’s Proposed Judicial Reforms a “Threat To Democracy”

The opposition to Israel’s proposed judicial reforms have reached across the political aisle, crossing the lines of religious, secular, Jewish, and Christian communities. At The Israel Guys, we discussed this issue in multiple videos, with our firm belief being that a change to Israel’s judicial system can only be for the good of Israeli and...
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Israel’s New Government May Be The Best Thing the Country Has Seen in Decades

Since taking office two weeks ago, Israel’s new governing coalition has been making waves. Many inside Israel and around the world are decrying the cabinet as the beginning of the end of Israel’s democracy.  One of their main dissatisfactions is the judicial reform legislation that Israel’s cabinet has put forward. Among other things, these reforms...
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UN Security Council Calls Emergency Session After Israeli Minister Ascends the Temple Mount

By now you probably heard the news. Israeli Public Security Minister Itamar Ben Gvir ascended the Temple Mount on the 10th of Tevet, a Jewish fast day, walked around for thirteen minutes, and then left. Although it wasn’t the first time he had visited the Temple Mount, it was his first time to do so...
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Israel’s New Government Officially Sworn in to the Knesset

Three days before the world ushers in the year 2023, Israel finally welcomed a new coalition, the first stable government to be sworn in after three years and five election cycles. Benjamin Netanyahu formed his sixth government and will now begin his sixteenth year as prime minister of Israel.  Although there are sharp disagreements about...
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Israel Announces Formation of New Government, Netanyahu Set to Become Israel’s Longest Serving Prime Minister

Nearly two months after Israel’s recent election, and just eighteen minutes before his mandate expired, Benjamin Netanyahu placed a call to Israel’s President Isaac Herzog and informed him that he had succeeded in forming a coalition government. This means that Israel’s new Knesset will be sworn in as early as next week, and no later...
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Is Israel Really a Dangerous Place to Visit?

I would venture that most people, when considering a visit to Israel, would associate a level of risk with their trip. If you disagree, I challenge you to find a friend or co-worker and ask them if they think it would be dangerous to travel to Israel.  After all, the Gaza Strip, governed by Hamas,...
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What Does Israel Have to Be Thankful For?

What Do Israel Supporters Have to Be Thankful For?  You may be surprised that many American Jews living in Israel continue to celebrate Thanksgiving. As American Christian Zionists who are based in Israel, we also enjoyed time with family, good food, and fellowship yesterday in honor of the Thanksgiving holiday.  As Israel finished another tumultuous...
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Terrorist – How Hard Can It Be To Say It?

After a particularly brutal terrorist attack in Samaria this week that left three Israeli Jews dead, Reuters had the audacity to report the story with the following headline:  Palestinian Kills Three in West Bank as Israeli Politics Veers Rightward Reuters is essentially acting as if the fact that Israeli citizens voting in a right-wing government...
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Why Are Tourists Afraid to Visit the West Bank (Israel’s Biblical Heartland)? 

In 2019 and pre-COVID, 4.5 million tourists visited Israel. The Holy Land is one of the most intriguing and fascinating places to visit, and whether one comes for religious reasons or simply to experience the history and beauty of this place, Israel has had a booming tourism industry for years. There’s a part of Israel,...
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Itamar Ben Gvir is a Fiery, But Popular Politician: Is He a Zionist or a Racist?

Whilst Americans are mostly swept up with the upcoming midterm elections, Israel is facing elections of their own on November 1st. For the fifth time in the last three years, Israelis will head to the polls to cast their votes for their favorite candidates and parties. Unlike American elections, there are around fifteen different parties...
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Amidst Red Heifers, Riots & Anti-Temple Rhetoric, the World’s Eyes Are Focused on Jerusalem

The Shemitah (sabbatical year) is over! This means that an entire year of allowing the land of Israel to rest is finished, and the time has come to begin planting trees.  Our team is already hard at work, and yesterday we put our first 150 trees in the ground at the Arugot Farm in Judea....
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EXCITING: Red Heifers Arrive in Israel in Preparation for the Third Temple

I’ve often said that Jerusalem is the hottest piece of real estate in the entire world. By that, I mean that no other single piece of land attracts so much attention from people of all nations and faiths. Many times that attraction is positive. Sometimes, it is violent and negative. However, there is a spot...
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Illegal Arab Building in Judea and Samaria Could Lead to a De Facto Palestinian State

Last week, we published a rebuttal to a front page article that Haaretz (a left wing newspaper in Israel) printed regarding our tree planting project in Israel. In the rebuttal, we refuted the falsehoods that Haaretz put forth, debunking the lies which stated that HaYovel had planted trees on private Arab land.  >>Sponsor a tree...
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A Left-Wing Newspaper in Israel Came After Us This Week

The liberal media in Israel is coming against the Greening Israel Project with the hope of shutting us down. Help us reach our fundraising goal of 3,000 trees in the next five weeks by sponsoring a tree. Together, we can continue planting trees in Israel’s biblical heartland and keep the haters of Judea and Samaria...
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Jews Come Under Fire at Joseph’s Tomb in Nablus

There was trouble at Joseph’s Tomb in the Palestinian Arab city of Nablus (biblical Shechem) this week when a group of Jewish visitors were attacked by terrorists. There have been multiple recent attacks by the Arabs on Jewish visitors, and visiting the heritage site has become more and more difficult.  Under the 1993 Oslo Accords...
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Ben Shapiro’s Inaugural Speech in Tel Aviv – History in the Making 

When I first heard that CPAC (Conservative Political Action Conference) would be holding an event in Tel Aviv and bringing Ben Shapiro as their keynote speaker, I was excited to attend, and signed up as soon as registration opened. 2,500 other English-speakers in Israel seemed to have had the same reaction, because on July 20th,...
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Best Ways to Visit Israel in 2022

Traveling to Israel in 2022? Discover the pros and cons of volunteering versus touring. Volunteer or Tour? How to Travel to Israel in 2022 So you want to come to Israel, but you’re not sure what kind of trip is right for you? Maybe it’s your first time, and everyone says that you should come...
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Joe Biden is Willingly Meeting a Known Terrorist Leader

At the writing of this article, President Joe Biden is on his way to Bethlehem to meet with a known terrorist leader in Israel. There are crucial things that Biden should know about this terrorist before his meeting, but since he appears to not be interested, here are several key facts that he should know...
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Shooting Attack at Joseph’s Tomb in Nablus

Yesterday, violent Jihadist terrorists opened fire at Jewish worshippers who were visiting the Tomb of Joseph in biblical Shechem (modern-day Nablus). Even though the Oslo Accords stipulated that the heritage site should remain open and accessible to Israelis, the current situation only allows Jews to visit the site on certain dates, only in the middle...
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Yair Lapid, Israel’s New Prime Minister

As of midnight last night, Yesh Atid party chairman Yair Lapid was officially sworn in as Israel’s new prime minister. He will remain in office until new elections are held on November 1st, 2022. Yair Lapid currently leads the second largest party in Israel’s Knesset and is considered a center-leftist. In the upcoming election cycle,...
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