WATCH! Israel lacrosse team gifts cleats to Kenyan team

The Israeli women’s lacrosse team scored major points last week when the players found a way to gift cleats to the entire Kenyan team who had been playing all this time without them. After defeating the Kenyan team in the 2019 Women’s Lacrosse Under 19 World Championships in Ontario, Canada last week, the Israeli players noted… Read more »


TA University researchers develop vaccine against melanoma

Israeli researchers believe they have developed a new method of preventing and treating skin cancer.  The “nano-vaccine,” developed by Tel Aviv University researchers has been effective so far in mice in preventing melanoma and in treating primary tumors and metastases that result from melanoma, according to a study. “Our research opens the door to a… Read more »


Israeli Arab who joined ISIS appeals to Netanyahu to get him home

An Israeli Arab who left Israel to fight with ISIS in Syria has decided he had enough of the terror organization and wants to return home. Only, he can’t.  Siaf Sharif Daoud, 29, from a small village in central Israel, is currently being held captive by the Syrian Democratic Forces, a Kurdish organization, in Syria… Read more »


The Samson Syndrome: Can you be anointed in sin?

Someone recently asked me if Romans 11:29, which teaches that God’s gift and call to Israel is “irrevocable”, can be applied to ministers who fall into sin. Are they still called? Reply: First of all, in context, yes, it is referring to Israel. Paul is making the case that God cannot reject Israel because “God’s gifts and His call are… Read more »


American rocker resists BDS, draws 45,000 fans in Tel Aviv

With all the talk of the Boycott Divestment Sanctions (BDS) movement and artists being pressured to cancel their Israel concerts it was a breath of fresh air when legendary rocker Jon Bon Jovi extolled the strength of Israelis last week at a sold-out concert in Tel Aviv. Bon Jovi resisted a massive campaign BDS directed… Read more »


Palestinian Threatened for Rescuing Jewish Children gets a Happy Ending

Israelis have come to the aid of a Palestinian man who three years ago helped a Jewish family that were victims of a terror attack. The Palestinian Authority (PA) employee, whose name has been withheld for his safety, rescued the children of Rabbi Michael “Miki” Mark who was killed in a drive-by shooting in front… Read more »


The Most Dangerous Woman in America

Hey Mainstream Media, the chant, “Send her back” is not racist any more than “lock her up” is sexist (Hillary 2016). I don’t condone sentiments like, “go back to where you came from,” and I would never say that to an immigrant. I am an immigrant myself in Israel and would not like someone telling… Read more »


Hamas official backtracks after calling on Palestinian Diaspora to kill ‘Jews everywhere’

A senior Hamas official put out a general cry to Palestinians around the world to kill Jews anywhere they find them.  In a speech on Friday at a protest on the border between the Gaza Strip and Israel, Fathi Hammad said the Palestinians have run out of patience and will “explode in the face of our… Read more »


9,000-year-old Neolithic settlement unearthed west of Jerusalem

Pic: Directors of the excavations at Motza on behalf of the Antiquities Authority. (Yaniv Berman, Israel Antiquities Authority) Just a few miles outside of Jerusalem, archaeologists have discovered the largest known settlement in Israel and one of the largest in the Middle East dating back to the Neolithic period. “This is the first time that… Read more »


Welcome to Hamas summer camp of terror

While children worldwide have started summer camps specializing in sports, arts or general fun, the children of Gaza have been attending a special camp training them to commit terror attacks against civilians. “Imagine what they could be learning instead,” Israel’s Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories said on Twitter. Fatah — the rival Palestinian… Read more »