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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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Everything You Need to Know About Israel’s Elections

On Tuesday of this last week, all across Israel’s cities, Israelis headed to the polls for the fifth time in the last three and a half years. This time around, Israel’s voters came out in larger numbers, and with a distinct purpose in mind: to end the seemingly endless cycle of failed government coalitions. The...
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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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Australia Cancels Its Recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s Capital

This last week, Australia’s government made some very controversial statements in regards to Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.  On Monday, the Guardian reported that Australia had “Quietly dropped its recognition of the west part of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel,” despite the decision adopted by Scott Morrison’s government after the US embassy was moved from...
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Christian Reaction to the Red Heifer Airlift

*This article was originally published several weeks ago on the Cry For Zion website. One week ago today,* biblical history was made as five red heifers made their way from Texas, USA to Ben Gurion International Airport in Tel Aviv. This is a legitimate first in 2,000 years—since the Second Temple Period! Israel365 News has...
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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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Christian Zionist Hero Training

Heroes rise to the occasion and bravely fulfill their mission. Most of our Christian Zionist heroes stood against insurmountable pressure, and some gave their lives.  Christian Zionist William Hechler was thoroughly convinced that the Jewish people would return to the land of Israel. When he met Theodore Herzl, he knew he must do all in...
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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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