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The Birth of a Movement in Israel

In a recent interview with Arutz Sheva, former envoy Jason Greenblatt said that Biden’s views on Jerusalem were actually inconsistent with U.S. law. A new poll here in Israel gives us an update on what elections might look like in November. A powerful explosive was disarmed in southern Israel by Israeli police after being discovered...
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Israeli Settler Attacks in the West Bank

There have been seven major attacks in Israel over the last few weeks. All of them were perpetrated by Palestinian Arab terrorists and included shootings, stabbings, and car rammings.  For example, a Jewish mother was stabbed by a 15-year-old Palestinian girl in Jerusalem. The mother was walking down the street with her five children, including...
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Should the USA Determine What Happens in the West Bank?

Settlement Construction Approved in the So-Called “West Bank” Israel finally approved 2,860 new housing units in settlements across Judea and Samaria which will be spread across 30 different settlements.They also approved 1,303 units for Palestinians in Area C in Judea and Samaria spreading across 6 Arab villages. Israel approves new construction in the West Bank...
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Mike Pompeo Visits the Biblical Heartland

Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo visited Shiloh and the Psagot Winery this past Sunday. This visit was even more significant than last time. His first stop was the Psagot Winery just a few minutes outside of Jerusalem and not very far into the so-called “West Bank”. However, he also visited Shiloh, and a very...
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Why the World is Giving Up on a Two-State Solution

World leaders all across the political spectrum have given up on the idea of a Palestinian state. Besides this, a Palestinian state would actually be terrible for the Palestinian people.  What has long been the proposed borders of a Palestinian State is fading as leaders around the world are having to face the true reason...
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