The Last Jew in Afghanistan Decides to STAY as Taliban Floods In

Muslim Terrorists Go Door-to-Door to Hunt and Kill Christians Zebulon Simantov, officially the “Last Jew in Afghanistan,” has refused to leave his native Afghanistan, even as the Taliban are going door-to-door, torturing, killing, and raping Christians or anyone who has connections with the West. In April, Simantov had said he would move to Israel around… Read more »

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Israel’s New Prime Minister

On Sunday, we witnessed what most Israelis felt was one of the most bizarre and embarrassing events in the history of Israel’s Knesset (parliament). Naftali Bennett was being installed as our new prime minister, and as he was speaking, sharing his vision for the nation, he was heckled and called names by supporters of outgoing… Read more »

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Netanyahu-less Government to Be Announced

Wow! It turned out to be quite a momentous Sunday here in Israel. A few weeks ago, just before the war with Hamas, Yair Lapid was on the verge of forming a government that would include an Arab party, two left-wing parties, two centrist parties, and three clearly right-wing parties—all three led by ex-loyalists to… Read more »

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Why I don’t call myself “Christian”

Not long ago Charisma Magazine posted a blog I wrote on the history of the first congregation in Jerusalem. Someone wrote in the comments: They were Christians. (see Acts 11:26, 26:28-29 & 1 Peter 4:16-17) It didn’t fit the context of the article, as it was merely a blog about history, but it was clear… Read more »

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The Bible Doesn’t say God will “MAKE” a New Covenant

The Bible doesn’t actually say in Jeremiah 31:31 that God will make a new covenant with Israel. I was reading the verse in Hebrew expecting to see the word לעשות l’asote, which means make or do. I will MAKE a new covenant…but the language is much more graphic. In ancient times, you did not merely… Read more »

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Sudan and Morocco Make Progress on Path of Friendship with Israel

On Monday, Sudan cleared a 20th-century law off the books, ending a decades-old boycott of Israel and opening the way for commerce and travel between the two nations in the 21st century. And as a result of last year’s Abraham Accords, Moroccan and Israeli officials met Tuesday to discuss opening doors for joint ventures between the… Read more »

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Israelis Find Possible COVID-19 Treatment in a Cup of Yogurt

Should it surprise anyone that Israel is on the forefront of finding treatments for the COVID-19 virus? Check this out! The “cytokine storm” that can be fatal in some patients with COVID-19 could be calmed with molecules found in kefir, according to a team of researchers in Israel. A study published recently in the peer-reviewed… Read more »

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Because You Asked…My Opinion on the Vaccine—It’s Romans 14, Not 13

We connect with a ministry in Africa called Tikkun Africa. One of their leaders asked several Tikkun Global leaders (our global family of ministries), if he should take the vaccine. His board has requested this of him to continue his work with helping children in need. I wrote him a response, and several of the… Read more »

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Watch: The Funniest Thing About Passover!

Watch: The Funniest Thing About Passover!

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“Cave of Horror” yields new fragments of the Dead Sea Scrolls

Archaeologists with the Israeli Antiquities Authority announced last Tuesday the discovery of dozens of new Dead Sea Scroll fragments from the Book of the 12 Minor Prophets, including Zechariah and Nahum. Believed to have been hidden during a Jewish revolt against Rome about 1,900 years ago, this treasure of First Temple period Biblical text in… Read more »

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