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God desires that ALL people would accept God's love and salvation through Jesus Christ. God has compelled me to share information with the world relating to the biblical seven year tribulation in order to share Truth in a deceived world.

In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He was with God in the beginning. Through Him all things were made; without Him nothing was made that has been made. In Him was life, and that life was the light of men. The light shines in the darkness, but the darkness has not understood it. (John 1:1-5)

Jesus answered, "I AM the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me." (John 14:6)

Friday, August 31, 2007

IBM claims double computer technology breakthrough - Tech

IBM claims double computer technology breakthrough - Tech

Jordanian king hails upcoming Mideast peace conference as 'positive step' - Israel News, Ynetnews

Jordanian king hails upcoming Mideast peace conference as 'positive step' - Israel News, Ynetnews

Jewish Music Festival: Notes of the tribe | Jerusalem Post

Jewish Music Festival: Notes of the tribe | Jerusalem Post : "Abate"

Top US general in Iraq, David Petraeus: Troop surge is working | Jerusalem Post

Top US general in Iraq, David Petraeus: Troop surge is working | Jerusalem Post

White House press secretary Tony Snow resigning | Jerusalem Post

White House press secretary Tony Snow resigning | Jerusalem Post

John Clayton, New NFL Logo, Bachelor President, Bernanke Speech, Ghetto Handbook, Wrestlers Suspended, Windward Islands, Wisconsin No Call List

Google Trends
Blogger's note: The world is searching for these things today. Are they searching for what is really important?

Jesus's crucifixion illegal - Christians | Herald Sun

Jesus's crucifixion illegal - Christians | Herald Sun

There is no other gospel but that of Christ

The Palestine Herald, Palestine, Texas - There is no other gospel but that of Christ

VOA News - South Koreans Apologize for Hostage Ordeal in Afghanistan

VOA News - South Koreans Apologize for Hostage Ordeal in Afghanistan
As part of the deal to free the hostages, South Korea agreed to . . . suspend missionary work in the country.

Blogger's note: South Korea must have forced these Christians to apologize. Surely, no Christian would willingly apologize for attempting to share the love of Jesus Christ, as Lord and Savior. Please pray for them and us to rely on the strength from the Holy Spirit as we continue to face our sinful world. Amen.

TEMPLE MOUNT RED ALERT: Systematic Destruction of Holy Temple Remnants, Outraged Archeologists

The Temple Institute: Events at The Temple Institute

At the entrance to Israel, we have to be reminded

Ki Tavo: 'A Great Mitzvah Always to be Joyful' - Judaism - Arutz Sheva

Berlin's Jewish Community Celebrates: Germany's Biggest Synagogue Reopens

Berlin's Jewish Community Celebrates: Germany's Biggest Synagogue Reopens - International - SPIEGEL ONLINE - News

Ontario urged to fund all faith-based schools

TheStar.com - Ontario - Ontario urged to fund all faith-based schools

Long Haul Mexican Trucks Proposed To Be Allowed On US Highways Soon

SignOnSanDiego.com > News > Mexico -- Allowing Mexican trucks delayed

'Coloring sets'- latest in growing list of tainted Chinese imports - The Money Times

'Coloring sets'- latest in growing list of tainted Chinese imports - The Money Times

Iowa Court: Same-Sex Couples Must Be Allowed to Marry

NewsBriefs

Bush: China's military would be a worry if it turns hostile | Jerusalem Post

Bush: China's military would be a worry if it turns hostile | Jerusalem Post

China replaces finance minister ahead of Communist Party congress | Jerusalem Post

China replaces finance minister ahead of Communist Party congress | Jerusalem Post

Liebermann: deal with Ahmadinejad, not Nasrallah - Israel News, Ynetnews

Liebermann: deal with Ahmadinejad, not Nasrallah - Israel News, Ynetnews

Mubarak Missing, Israel Worried of potential Islamist takeover of Eqypt

Mubarak Missing, Israel Worried - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Israel Baseball Pitcher Signs Up with U.S. Team - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Israel Baseball Pitcher Signs Up with U.S. Team - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

More than 3,000 new North American and British immigrants to Israel before the end of the year, the highest number in years

Falling in Love with Israel: NBN Flight Due Next Week - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Las Vegas Sacks Kippa Cop - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Las Vegas Sacks Kippa Cop - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Kinneret 20 Inches Below Last Year's Level - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Kinneret 20 Inches Below Last Year's Level - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Wealthy Holocaust Survivors Helping Jews in Poland - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Wealthy Holocaust Survivors Helping Jews in Poland - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Madonna in Tzfat: Good Money but Questionable Kabbala - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Madonna in Tzfat: Good Money but Questionable Kabbala - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

U.N. Parley Condemns Israel - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

U.N. Parley Condemns Israel - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Thursday, August 30, 2007

Walter Russell Mead: failure of secularisation have made people turn to religion which is now a dominant political force

Daily Times - Leading News Resource of Pakistan - KU students lap up Mead’s distillation on the Jewish Lobby, US foreign policy
He stressed that the role of religion in society and politics should be seen in a worldwide context. Thirty years ago, religion was not playing such a dominant role in political affairs. The award-winning American author said that now this phenomenon is not specific to the US alone. European, Arab and Muslim countries, China, India and Africa have also witnessed a similar situation. Socio-political oppression, insecurity and a failure of secularisation have made people turn to religion which is now a dominant political force.

US lawmakers' plane evades fire as it ascends from Baghdad's airport | Jerusalem Post

US lawmakers' plane evades fire as it ascends from Baghdad's airport | Jerusalem Post

Housing Protest Continues in Downtown Jerusalem - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Housing Protest Continues in Downtown Jerusalem - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Republican Fred Thompson to announce his candidacy for president - Israel News, Ynetnews

Republican Fred Thompson to announce his candidacy for president - Israel News, Ynetnews

Israeli, PA Forces to Increase Cooperation - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Israeli, PA Forces to Increase Cooperation - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Taliban free remaining South Korean hostages - Israel News, Ynetnews

Taliban free remaining South Korean hostages - Israel News, Ynetnews
Blogger's note: Thank you for praying for them. Thank God. May the missionaries never stop reaching out to those in need of Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord. Amen.

Abbas hopeful US-sponsored conference on Mideast will advance peace process - Israel News, Ynetnews

Abbas hopeful US-sponsored conference on Mideast will advance peace process - Israel News, Ynetnews

The War Between Jews and Jews - Opinion - Arutz Sheva

The War Between Jews and Jews - Opinion - Arutz Sheva
Unknown to the world, the war now going on between Jews and Jews in Israel is the basic reason why Israel's Government did not, and has not, declared war against the Palestinian Authority, whether led by Fatah or Hamas. Moreover, and also unknown to the world, it is precisely this war between Jews and Jews that has made Israel subservient to Washington.

Indeed, if the Jews of this country were united and armed with the wisdom and power of the Torah, they could be, and would be, invincible, as well as the greatest blessing to mankind.

Sheikh Salah accuses Israel of wanting to build Jewish temple near al-Aqsa - Israel News, Ynetnews

Sheikh Salah accuses Israel of wanting to build Jewish temple near al-Aqsa - Israel News, Ynetnews

Israel Says Russia Behind Syria Tension with Israel - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Israel Says Russia Behind Syria Tension with Israel - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Peres: Trickling of nuclear weapons to terror groups becoming problem - Israel News, Ynetnews

Peres: Trickling of nuclear weapons to terror groups becoming problem - Israel News, Ynetnews

Reno is the sort of wild-eyed zealot trampling on real civil rights that Hillary views as an ideal attorney general, unlike Alberto Gonzales

RENO 911 - Yahoo! News

The threat Iran poses to the United States and the entire region, including Israel

Jewish and Israel News from New York - The Jewish WeekKeeping all options open remains a priority for the pro-Israel community, he said, along with ratcheting up diplomatic and economic pressure on the Tehran regime.

Raffel conceded that public frustration over the war in Iraq makes that argument “harder” when it comes to Iran. “The burden of proof is higher because of Iraq, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be met,” he said.

At the same time, Jewish leaders are painfully aware of the continuing chorus of those who blame Israel and pro-Israel groups for the war in Iraq.

In their new book, foreign-policy scholars Stephen Walt and John Mearsheimer again claim that pro-Israel forces were a “critical element” in the decision to go to war in Iraq. “America would not be in Iraq today” without the efforts of the pro-Israel lobby, they write.

Now, the two say, pro-Israel groups have made war with Iran more likely by pressing the Bush administration to avoid negotiating with the Tehran regime.

Jewish leaders vehemently reject that charge, but recent developments — including a rising chorus of neoconservatives, many of them Jewish, calling for preemptive war and the growing association with hawkish Christian Zionists such as Pastor John Hagee who echo that call — could give it added credence with a war-weary public.

And last week a group of top Jewish Republicans, including major leaders of the Republican Jewish Coalition (RJC) and former White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer, banded together under the name “Freedom’s Watch” to start a free-spending media campaign defending Bush’s policies in Iraq.

“They attacked us, and they will again,” the initial ad claims. “They won’t stop in Iraq. We are winning on the ground and making real progress. It’s no time to quit. It’s no time for politics.”

In that environment, Jewish leaders arguing that the military option should not be discarded while insisting they are not pressing for war are walking a “precarious line,” said Johns Hopkins political scientist Benjamin Ginsberg. “It’s harder for pro-Israel groups to avoid the charge that they are indifferent to American interests. And they have the added difficulty of being aligned with the Christian Zionists, some of whom are openly calling for war with Iran.”

With public sentiment against new military conflicts running at flood tide, “It’s a difficult situation for pro-Israel groups to be in,” Ginsberg said. “They have to lie low and bring pressure from the sidelines.”

Knocked Up and the upcoming 2 Days in Paris, both feature a schlubby, scruffy Jewish guy

Hadley Freeman asks why geeky Jewish males are suddenly hot property | Features | Guardian Unlimited Film
They follow the brilliant Seth Cohen in The OC, literally fighting off hot Californian babes (one of whom was actually played by a Jewish actress, though this was never mentioned), but we can trace this trend back to When Harry Met Sally, with whiny Billy Crystal laughing Waspy Meg Ryan into bed, to say nothing of Woody Allen's entire oeuvre. Perhaps not wholly coincidentally, the alpha Jewish internet dating site jdate.com is now rumoured to be swarming with goy females on the hunt for their very own Seth. Or Daniel, David, Adam or Ben.

Homosexuals Ousted from Inheritance Laws - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Homosexuals Ousted from Inheritance Laws - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Report: PA Wants To Start Taking Over Eastern Jerusalem - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Report: PA Wants To Start Taking Over Eastern Jerusalem - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

New Stamps Feature Women In Bible - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

New Stamps Feature Women In Bible - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Abbas urges US to map out peace plan ahead of international conference | Jerusalem Post

Abbas urges US to map out peace plan ahead of international conference | Jerusalem Post

Peres: Draft dodgers don't give bare minimum for country - Israel News, Ynetnews

Peres: Draft dodgers don't give bare minimum for country - Israel News, Ynetnews
Blogger's note: What would Peres say about Bill Clinton's lack of military service?

Taliban free 12 of 19 SKorean hostages - Israel News, Ynetnews

Taliban free 12 of 19 SKorean hostages - Israel News, Ynetnews

'Sharon Warned Bush: Hit Iran, Not Iraq' - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

'Sharon Warned Bush: Hit Iran, Not Iraq' - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Russian Tourists Won't Need Visas - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Russian Tourists Won't Need Visas - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Israel Wants Another Nuke Reactor - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Israel Wants Another Nuke Reactor - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Growing Muslim Group Urges War against Israel - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Growing Muslim Group Urges War against Israel - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

U.S. Paper 'Connects Dots' of Muslim Threat to Freedom - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

U.S. Paper 'Connects Dots' of Muslim Threat to Freedom - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Adelson: Yediot and Ma'ariv Control Israeli News - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Adelson: Yediot and Ma'ariv Control Israeli News - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Madonna coming to Israel | www.somethingjewish.co.uk

Madonna coming to Israel | www.somethingjewish.co.uk
"The valley of Rosh Pina is the entrance to where the Messiah will come to Safed," said Lotan, the Tzahar region's tourism director, "and Madonna is negotiating to purchase a house there not far from where we are."

Peres Denies Political Aims, Feels Pain of Katz Family - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Peres Denies Political Aims, Feels Pain of Katz Family - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Ahmadinejad's New Tirade: Zionists Lack Religion - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Ahmadinejad's New Tirade: Zionists Lack Religion - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

New Jersey Town Says Home Minyan Violates Zoning Law - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

New Jersey Town Says Home Minyan Violates Zoning Law - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Ahmadinejad Dismisses Sarkozy as 'Inexperienced' - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Ahmadinejad Dismisses Sarkozy as 'Inexperienced' - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

US troops release members of Iranian delegation, hand them to Iraqi authorit... - Israel News, Ynetnews

US troops release members of Iranian delegation, hand them to Iraqi authorit... - Israel News, Ynetnews

Taliban say to start freeing Koreans on Wednesday - Israel News, Ynetnews

Taliban say to start freeing Koreans on Wednesday - Israel News, Ynetnews

Bush Warns of ''Nuclear Holocaust' in Middle East - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Bush Warns of ''Nuclear Holocaust' in Middle East - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Hareidi Women’s Health Center Opened in Geula - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Hareidi Women’s Health Center Opened in Geula - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Peres Reduces Punishment for Five Arab Killers - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Peres Reduces Punishment for Five Arab Killers - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Germany to give Syria $5.4 million to help cope with Iraqi refugees | Jerusalem Post

Germany to give Syria $5.4 million to help cope with Iraqi refugees | Jerusalem Post

Germany gives 34 mn euro in aid to Syria - Israel News, Ynetnews

Germany gives 34 mn euro in aid to Syria - Israel News, Ynetnews

Castro says Clinton, Obama would make winning team - Israel News, Ynetnews

Castro says Clinton, Obama would make winning team - Israel News, Ynetnews
Blogger's note: If Castro likes Clinton/Obama, should we?

Barak Expects New Elections in 2008 - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Barak: New Elections in 2008 - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Israeli Students Weak on Jewish/Zionist History - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Israeli Students Weak on Jewish/Zionist History - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Sarkozy: My Reputation as Friend of Israel Is True - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Sarkozy: My Reputation as Friend of Israel Is True - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Iran Training Hundreds of Hamas Terrorists - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Iran Training Hundreds of Hamas Terrorists - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Archeologists: Gov Allowing Destruction of Temple Mount - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Archeologists: Gov Allowing Destruction of Temple Mount - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Iran says to respond if US labels Guards 'terror force' - Israel News, Ynetnews

Iran says to respond if US labels Guards 'terror force' - Israel News, Ynetnews

Ahmadinejad warns of power vacuum in Iraq, says Iran can fill gap | Jerusalem Post

Ahmadinejad warns of power vacuum in Iraq, says Iran can fill gap | Jerusalem Post

Islamist Turkish FM Abdullah Gul Wins Presidential Election in Turkey

Turkish FM Abdullah Gul Wins Presidential Election - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva
Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul won the presidential election Tuesday in Turkey, making him the first Islamist to head the secular nation.

Olmert Rejects Transfer of Power Over Towns to PA - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Olmert Rejects Transfer of Power Over Towns to PA - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Olmert and Abbas hammering out solutions for Jews and Palestinians

Alalam News

Ettinger: Palestinian State Won't Solve Arab-Israeli Conflict - Defense/Middle East - Israel News - Arutz Sheva

Ettinger: Palestinian State Won't Solve Arab-Israeli Conflict - Defense/Middle East - Israel News - Arutz Sheva

5.5 magnitude earthquake reported in Russia’s Kuril Islands - Israel News, Ynetnews

5.5 magnitude earthquake reported in Russia’s Kuril Islands - Israel News, Ynetnews

‘Fundamental Issues’ Discussed at Olmert-Abbas Meeting - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

‘Fundamental Issues’ Discussed at Olmert-Abbas Meeting - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Olmert Meeting with Abbas Begins in Jerusalem - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Olmert Meeting with Abbas Begins in Jerusalem - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Taliban agree to release South Korean hostages | Special reports | Guardian Unlimited

Taliban agree to release South Korean hostages | Special reports | Guardian Unlimited
Blogger's note: Thank you for praying for them. Thank God.

Strong earthquake strikes fire-ravaged Greece, no injuries, damage | Jerusalem Post

Strong earthquake strikes fire-ravaged Greece, no injuries, damage | Jerusalem Post

A Jewish mother's guide to end times | Jerusalem Post

A Jewish mother's guide to end times | Jerusalem Post

China puts summer flood death toll at 1,138 - Israel News, Ynetnews

China puts summer flood death toll at 1,138 - Israel News, Ynetnews

Authorities Ignoring Islamic Digging on Temple Mount - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Authorities Ignoring Islamic Digging on Temple Mount - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Tamir Plans Talks with Hareidi Leaders on Curriculum - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Tamir Plans Talks with Hareidi Leaders on Curriculum - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Non-Orthodox Groups Slam Rabbinical Appts to Panel - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Non-Orthodox Groups Slam Rabbinical Appts to Panel - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

IDF Deputy Chief: Hamas Terrorists Training in Iran - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

IDF Deputy Chief: Hamas Terrorists Training in Iran - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Arabs Continue to Remove Relics of Ancient Temple Era - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Arabs Continue to Remove Relics of Ancient Temple Era - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Monday, August 27, 2007

PM Olmert, Min. Lieberman Will Push Electoral, Gov't Reform

PM Olmert, Min. Lieberman Will Push Electoral, Gov't Reform - Politics & Government - Israel News - Arutz Sheva
In a poll taken in July 2007, the Keevoon (Trend, Direction) Research Institute found that 66% of the Jewish populace in Israel supports political reform that would give Israel more of a presidential system. Israel has already changed its electoral system from party-list proportional representation voting to direct election of the Prime Minister alongside proportional representation, implemented in 1996, and back again, in 2001.

French PM: World Must Stop Iran - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

French PM: World Must Stop Iran - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Olmert and Lieberman Agree to Change Government System - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Olmert and Lieberman Agree to Change Government System - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Saudi Newspaper: Syria Behind Lebanese Assassinations - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Saudi Newspaper: Syria Behind Lebanese Assassinations - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

International Day of Peace Vigil

International Day of Peace Vigil
An ever-expanding number of people worldwide, representing a wide variety of religious and spiritual traditions, have committed to the task of working with other like-minded individuals and groups for an International Day of Peace Vigil with the following objective:

"To encourage worldwide, 24-hour spiritual observations for peace and nonviolence on the International Day of Peace, 21 September 2007 in every house of worship and place of spiritual practice, by all religious and spiritually based groups and individuals, and by all men, women and children who seek peace in the world."

This global 24-hour spiritual observation for peace is meant to demonstrate the power of prayer and other spiritual practices in promoting peace and preventing violent conflict.

Senior rabbi has stirred controversy by claiming Israeli soldiers who do not observe Jewish traditions can expect to be killed in battle

'War dead are unpious' says Israeli rabbi - Telegraph
Rabbi Ovadia Yossef, the spiritual head of the Shas party, part of Israel’s coalition government, said in a sermon that a lack of religious purity would prove fatal in war.

“Is it surprising if soldiers are, God forbid, killed at war?” the Rabbi said. “When they don’t observe the Sabbath, don’t observe the Torah, don’t pray every day, don’t put on phylacteries (prayer amulets) every day?”

Afghan Opium Crop at New Record High, U.N. Says - New York Times

Afghan Opium Crop at New Record High, U.N. Says - New York Times

Iranian lesbian could find refuge in Italy | Jerusalem Post

Iranian lesbian could find refuge in Italy | Jerusalem Post

Taliban: South Korean hostage talks to resume Tuesday - Israel News, Ynetnews

Taliban: South Korean hostage talks to resume Tuesday - Israel News, Ynetnews
Blogger's note: Pray for them.

3 new judges appointed to rabbinical court - Israel News, Ynetnews

3 new judges appointed to rabbinical court - Israel News, Ynetnews

US Attorney General Gonzales announces resignation - Israel News, Ynetnews

US Attorney General Gonzales announces resignation - Israel News, Ynetnews

Olmert and Abbas to Meet to Discuss Final Agreement - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Olmert and Abbas to Meet to Discuss Final Agreement - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Madonna and friends Demi Moore, Ashton Kutcher and Donna Karan will be jetting to Israel for Kabbalah holiday

israelinsider: Culture: Pop goddess Madonna to return to the Holy Land with a gang of famous friends
. . . Now there might be people who are interested in it because they think it's trendy, but I can assure you that studying Kabbalah is actually a very challenging thing to do. It requires a lot of work, a lot of reading, a lot of time, a lot of commitment and a lot of discipline," she was reported as telling CNN's Richard Quest . . .

Sarkozy signals change in view on Turkey's EU membership (Roundup) - Europe

Sarkozy signals change in view on Turkey's EU membership (Roundup) - Europe

Vatican-backed charter service for pilgrims makes inaugural flight | Jerusalem Post

Vatican-backed charter service for pilgrims makes inaugural flight | Jerusalem Post

CNN's God's Warriors vs Christians

FrontPage Magazine
To those unfamiliar with Amanpour's background, she lived in London (still does), attended schools in America, and her husband, James Rubin, is Jewish. He once worked for former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright--another Jew who did not know she was one.

In one instance, Amanpour accuses Ron Luce, a Christian leader of teenagers, as being like the Taliban.

Amanpour has a definite political agenda--no less so than the Christian conservatives whom she attacks for daring to conduct "stealth politics, under the radar" when they engage in Christian voter drives. Amanpour wants to put a Democrat in the White House.

To accomplish her goal, Amanpour presents Christian conservatives as truly scary, as mounting a Crusader-like Army against liberal secular America . . .

By the end of her third and final segment we are meant to fear and loathe the Christian conservative right far more than we are meant to fear or loathe Amanpour's Amadinejad whom --incredibly--she never accuses of funding Hezbollah's terrorist work abroad. What she mainly shows us in Iran are Shi'a Muslims at prayer, engaged in theatrical-religious rituals. We do not see them funding and masterminding Hezbollah as it takes down civilian (and Christian) Lebanon . . .

Her third segment is one long running advertisement for a Democratic candidate for the next Presidency. She is electioneering as hard as she accuses the Christians of doing.

Russian nuclear sites possible in Belarus - envoy - Israel News, Ynetnews

Russian nuclear sites possible in Belarus - envoy - Israel News, Ynetnews

UN Nuclear watchdog: More US arms aid won't stabilise Mideast - Israel News, Ynetnews

UN Nuclear watchdog: More US arms aid won't stabilise Mideast - Israel News, Ynetnews

Sarkozy warns Russia against 'brutality' in exercising energy strength - Israel News, Ynetnews

Sarkozy warns Russia against 'brutality' in exercising energy strength - Israel News, Ynetnews

Barak warns Hizbullah rocket supply larger than before the war | Jerusalem Post

Barak warns Hizbullah rocket supply larger than before the war | Jerusalem Post

Greek Fires Kill 63, Scorch Olympia; Seven Charged (Update1)

Bloomberg.com: Worldwide
The deaths bring to at least 73 the number of people killed in summer wildfires in Greece this year. Record temperatures, as high as 46 degrees Celsius (115 degrees Fahrenheit), have parched the ground, making it easier for the fires to spread.

Strong earthquake strikes Greek island of Kefalonia - Israel News, Ynetnews

Strong earthquake strikes Greek island of Kefalonia - Israel News, Ynetnews

Muslim Fundamentalists Launching New Movement - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Muslim Fundamentalists Launching New Movement - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Air Force Looking for Religious Pilots - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Air Force Looking for Religious Pilots - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

N.Y. Orthodox Softball: The Coach Makes a Minyan - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

N.Y. Orthodox Softball: The Coach Makes a Minyan - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

CNN’s God’s Christian Warriors Leaves Viewers… Scared

Townhall.com::CNN’s God’s Christian Warriors Leaves Viewers… Scared ::By Robert Knight

Jewish births account for over 75% of total births in Israel

Jewish Births Up, Arab Births Down - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Book About Return to Jewish Faith Tops Bestseller List - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Book About Return to Jewish Faith Tops Bestseller List - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

M'kimi: A Hebrew Book by Noah Yaron-Dayan, an Israeli Star, About Her Journey Into Kabbalah/Judaism

My Right Word: I Took My Own Advice

Sunday, August 26, 2007

On CNN, Muslim ‘Warrior’ Gets Sympathetic Treatment, Christians are ‘Totalitarian’ | NewsBusters.org

On CNN, Muslim ‘Warrior’ Gets Sympathetic Treatment, Christians are ‘Totalitarian’ | NewsBusters.org

US commander: Iran increasing Iraq militant support - Israel News, Ynetnews

US commander: Iran increasing Iraq militant support - Israel News, Ynetnews

Kabbalah stars to Israel

PIOUS PILGRIMS | | Gossip | Celebrity Gossip | Photos

Olmert, Abbas to meet in Jerusalem Tuesday - Israel News, Ynetnews

Olmert, Abbas to meet in Jerusalem Tuesday - Israel News, Ynetnews

Sharon's Brain Not Functioning - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Sharon's Brain Not Functioning - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Total lunar eclipse early Tuesday, viewable in the US, Pacific rim | Jerusalem Post

Total lunar eclipse early Tuesday, viewable in the US, Pacific rim | Jerusalem Post

Iran vows to use 'smart' bomb against enemies, unveils mass production | Jerusalem Post

Iran vows to use 'smart' bomb against enemies, unveils mass production | Jerusalem Post

Jordan’s king urges speeding up the nation’s nuclear power program - Israel News, Ynetnews

Jordan’s king urges speeding up the nation’s nuclear power program - Israel News, Ynetnews

New fire on Greek island kills 5, injures 2; total death toll at 56 - Israel News, Ynetnews

New fire on Greek island kills 5, injures 2; total death toll at 56 - Israel News, Ynetnews

Iran slow to markedly expand atom work – diplomats - Israel News, Ynetnews

Iran slow to markedly expand atom work – diplomats - Israel News, Ynetnews

Olmert: Economic report encouraging - Israel News, Ynetnews

Olmert: Economic report encouraging - Israel News, Ynetnews

Thousands in Idaho ordered to evacuate due to massive wildfire

Thousands of residents in US' Idaho ordered to evacuate - Israel News, Ynetnews

Israel Receives World’s Most Advanced Air-2-Air Missile - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Israel Receives World’s Most Advanced Air-2-Air Missile - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Increase in Number of Hesder Yeshiva Students - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Increase in Number of Hesder Yeshiva Students - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Half of IDF's New Combat Officers are Religious - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Half of IDF's New Combat Officers are Religious - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

September Meeting Planned for Rice, Abbas - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

September Meeting Planned for Rice, Abbas - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Peres: Peace Agreement with PA Possible Before Summit - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Peres: Peace Agreement with PA Possible Before Summit - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Hamas Planning Mega Terror Attack in Israel - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Hamas Planning Mega Terror Attack in Israel - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Saturday, August 25, 2007

Envoy praises 80 years of Zionist accomplishments (August 26, 2007)

Envoy praises 80 years of Zionist accomplishments (August 26, 2007)

OpenID still relevant as Microsoft aims for dominance with Windows Live ID

OpenID still relevant as Microsoft aims for dominance with Windows Live ID

Bird flu in German farm is pathogenic type – ministry - Israel News, Ynetnews

Bird flu in German farm is pathogenic type – ministry - Israel News, Ynetnews: "pathogenic"

Greek authorities charge man with arson, homicide in deadly forest fire - Israel News, Ynetnews

Greek authorities charge man with arson, homicide in deadly forest fire - Israel News, Ynetnews

NKorea raises flood death toll to 600 - Israel News, Ynetnews

NKorea raises flood death toll to 600 - Israel News, Ynetnews

Greece declares national state of emergency over forest fires - Israel News, Ynetnews

Greece declares national state of emergency over forest fires - Israel News, Ynetnews

Kabbalah: Better Marriage Now, World Peace Soon After

Achieving Man 2.0 - Heaven Exposed

Sandra Bernhard into Kabbalah

Sandra Bernhard's trash culture course - Times Online
When asked about her interest in Kabbalah, she becomes irritated — reasonably, perhaps, given that any inquiry about her Jewish origins regularly returns to this topic.

Pakistan test fires new cruise missile - Israel News, Ynetnews

Pakistan test fires new cruise missile - Israel News, Ynetnews

Mideast peace summit lacks framework, says Mubarak - Israel News, Ynetnews

Mideast peace summit lacks framework, says Mubarak - Israel News, Ynetnews

New blaze threatens Athens as death toll from fires reaches 40 - Israel News, Ynetnews

New blaze threatens Athens as death toll from fires reaches 40 - Israel News, Ynetnews

Hebrew Charter School Spurs Dispute in Florida - New York Times

Hebrew Charter School Spurs Dispute in Florida - New York Times
Eleanor Sobel, a school board member who is among Ben Gamla’s most vocal critics, said making sure the school did not stray from constitutional rules would take a near-impossible level of supervision.

“I don’t know how to monitor this, and that’s why I have great concern,” Ms. Sobel said. “Accountability is real important when you’re dealing with taxpayers’ money.”

He said he hoped to eventually open 100 Hebrew-English charter schools around the country. The school here is managed by Academica, a private company on whose board Mr. Deutsch has served, which manages 35 of Florida’s roughly 350 charter schools.

Khaleej Times Online - Israel’s Peres hopeful of peace outline: report

Khaleej Times Online - Israel’s Peres hopeful of peace outline: report

Peres to meet with pope, Italian PM next month | Jerusalem Post

Peres to meet with pope, Italian PM next month | Jerusalem Post

Universal Peace Federation: "one family under God, beyond the barriers of religion, nationality, race, ideology and ethnicity."

UPI Asia Online - Society & Culture - Feature: Education as the royal road to peace
According to Rev. Dr. Chung Hwang Kwak, UPF's international chairman, the goal is "one family under God, beyond the barriers of religion, nationality, race, ideology and ethnicity." Similar conferences have been sponsored by UPF in various cities of the world this year under the theme "Providing Vision and Leadership at a Time of Global Crisis."

UPF and its affiliated non-governmental organizations have taken steps to implement this vision through education. Most substantially, they have introduced a curriculum on character education for primary, middle school and high school students, which is being taught in public and private schools in dozens of countries, including Russia and China.

UPF's social activism is currently most visible in its Middle East Peace Initiative, which has taken tens of thousands of pilgrims to Israel, including the Palestinian territories. These programs have engaged Jewish and Arab leaders and activists in dialogue and cooperation, along with Christian ministers and representatives from other religions including Buddhism and Confucianism. The group has held dozens of peace conferences among all the stakeholders as well as peaceful marches in the streets of Jerusalem.

According to Timothy Miller, vice president of UPF Europe Region One, these programs have engaged prominent leaders including the late Chairman Yasser Arafat, his successor President Mohammed Abbas and Israel's current president Shimon Peres.

Unlike many similar organizations, UPF does not shun religious debate in its public discussions. On the contrary, it has been vocally promoting a Religious Council, similar to the Security Council, within the U.N. system. A resolution containing this suggestion has been endorsed by dozens of nations at past U.N. assemblies.

UPF's unique contribution to world peace lies in its concept of education, Walsh said. This includes education of the heart as well as the mind and a focus on living for others, in clear distinction to popular modern trends that advocate self-fulfillment on the individual level and national interest on the international level. He urges governments of the world to partner with UPF in its Peace Education Initiative, through which its various programs can be introduced in their nations.

Blogger's note: This plays directly into the hand of Noahidism and Kabbalah.

Hummer to get out-done by new MRAP

Hummer to get out-done by new MRAP

Reuters AlertNet - Forest fires kill 41 people in Greece

Reuters AlertNet - Forest fires kill 41 people in Greece

Friday, August 24, 2007

VOA News - US Heartland Suffering from Heavy Storms, Flooding

VOA News - US Heartland Suffering from Heavy Storms, Flooding

Pentagon will sell millions of dollars in arms to Israel and Egypt | Jerusalem Post

Pentagon will sell millions of dollars in arms to Israel and Egypt | Jerusalem Post

US televangelist loses show after Muslims complain - Israel News, Ynetnews

US televangelist loses show after Muslims complain - Israel News, Ynetnews

ABC News: Lunsford Killer to Die for His Crime

ABC News: Lunsford Killer to Die for His Crime

Mid-East peace conference under the shadow of the Iraq War

alJazeera Magazine

Livni welcomes extension of UNIFIL mandate - Israel News, Ynetnews

Livni welcomes extension of UNIFIL mandate - Israel News, Ynetnews

Peres hails new opportunity to make peace | The Guardian | Guardian Unlimited

Peres hails new opportunity to make peace | The Guardian | Guardian Unlimited

UN Security Council votes to extend mandate of peacekeeping force in Lebanon... - Israel News, Ynetnews

UN Security Council votes to extend mandate of peacekeeping force in Lebanon... - Israel News, Ynetnews

Acclaimed Kabbalist to teach seminar in Sun Valley

Idaho Mountain Express: Explore Jewish mysticism - August 24, 2007
Kabbalah, a form of Jewish mysticism, is considered the world's oldest body of spiritual wisdom. According to tradition, Kabbalistic knowledge was transmitted orally by the Jewish patriarchs, prophets and sages. Their teachings sought to address the complexities of the material and the nonmaterial universe, as well as the nature of all humanity.

"The timeless secrets of Kabbalah are ever-more relevant in today's society, as we grapple with the spiritual and material energies surrounding us."
Wolf brings age-old wisdom to the new age, drawing his teachings from the ancient and previously encrypted texts of the Kabbalah, Lifshitz said. A Hassidic rabbi, Wolf's pragmatic teachings are open to people of all backgrounds.
The son of Polish Holocaust survivors, Wolf is also the founder and director of the Human Development Institute. He received his rabbinic ordination from the chief rabbi of Israel, and has studied under the great Hassidic masters, his foremost mentor being Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, who was known globally for the passionate wisdom he bestowed on humankind.
Melbourne University appointed Wolf as its founding lecturer in Jewish mysticism and spirituality.

Kabbalah classes Thursdays at CSI- SILive.com

Kabbalah classes Thursdays at CSI- SILive.com

Sen. Barack Obama lags behind Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton in garnering Jewish support

Sderot sent a letter Friday to Microsoft founder Bill Gates, asking him to help

Sderot parents appeal to Bill Gates to help them leave rocket-hit town | Jerusalem Post

China bans TV shows about cosmetic surgery, sex changes - Israel News, Ynetnews

China bans TV shows about cosmetic surgery, sex changes - Israel News, Ynetnews

US, Japan, Australia summit planned next month - Israel News, Ynetnews

US, Japan, Australia summit planned next month - Israel News, Ynetnews

IDF Preparing for Possible Threats to Israel

IDF Preparing for Possible Israeli Arab Rebellion - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva
This week the IDF Senior Command held a workshop to identify and prepare the IDF for potential future conflicts in the next five years. Several main scenarios were identified. Among these threats was a potential rebellion by Israeli Arabs, who have become increasingly hostile to the State of Israel.

The top threats identified were: a hostile country not bordering Israel achieving nuclear capability (e.g. Iran), a war with Syria, another war started by the Hizbullah, a confrontation with Yesha terror groups, and even a deep freeze in relations with post-Mubarak Egypt. Any one or a combination or some or all of these threats is thought possible to occur. In addition, the IDF is preparing for the possibility of the end of the Hashemite dynasty in Jordan, an Islamic revolution in Saudi Arabia and a rebellion by Israeli Arabs.

U.S. Intelligence: No Progress in Stopping Iran - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

U.S. Intelligence: No Progress in Stopping Iran - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Israel and EU Renew Technology Cooperation via the Framework Program

Israel and EU Renew Technology Cooperation - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Israeli President Peres to Meet With Pope on Sept. 9 in Rome

Israeli President to Meet With Pope - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

The book The Israel Lobby and US Foreign Policy

Jewish Conspiracy Theory Gets New Life with US Book - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Kabbalah Draws Hollywood Stars to Israel for Jewish New Year - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Hollywood Stars Coming to Israel for Jewish New Year - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Gasoline Prices To Drop Sharply - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Gasoline Prices To Drop Sharply - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

CNN's God's Warriors Misled Viewers on Temple Mount History - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

CNN Misled Viewers on Temple Mount History - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Vote in two democracies

Democrats in Israel Gearing Up for 2008 Election - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva
American Democrats in Israel already are trying to register new voters to participate in next year's primaries prior to the 2008 Presidential elections. Joanne Yaron, head of Democrats Abroad, challenged the idea that Americans living in Israel should not vote in the American elections, maintaining that "it's a privilege to take part and vote in two democracies."

Republicans Abroad also are preparing to reach their ranks, but the race between Democratic Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama and former Senator John Edwards have captured media attention.

Americans in Israel traditionally vote Republican at a far higher rate than those living in other countries outside the United States.

Thursday, August 23, 2007

Never Too Late: Aliya at 99 - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Never Too Late: Aliya at 99 - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Freed South Koreans plead for release of 19 others still held hostage in Afg... - Israel News, Ynetnews

Freed South Koreans plead for release of 19 others still held hostage in Afg... - Israel News, Ynetnews
Blogger's note: Pray for their soon and safe release.

US criticizes Austrian official's comments on US missile defense plans - Israel News, Ynetnews

US criticizes Austrian official's comments on US missile defense plans - Israel News, Ynetnews

Could Iraq turn to Iran for help?

Losing U.S. support could make al-Maliki look elsewhere - CNN.com
Standing in Syria, a foe which the U.S. has blasted for its failure to respect democracy in Lebanon and its own country, al-Maliki said he would "find friends elsewhere" if he was abandoned by the United States.

A loss of U.S. support could force al-Maliki to turn to Syria or Iran, which the U.S. accuses of meddling in Iraq, supporting insurgents and sending deadly explosives to kill U.S. troops.

US flood death toll mounts - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

US flood death toll mounts - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Madonna to celebrate Rosh Hashana in Israel | Jerusalem Post

Madonna to celebrate Rosh Hashana in Israel | Jerusalem Post

Russia under Putin | The making of a neo-KGB state | Economist.com

Russia under Putin | The making of a neo-KGB state | Economist.com

Israeli, American and Turkish armed forces wrap up joint exercise | Jerusalem Post

Israeli, American and Turkish armed forces wrap up joint exercise | Jerusalem Post

100 Indian Jews Arrive in Israel, More Tomorrow - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

100 Indian Jews Arrive in Israel, More Tomorrow - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Supreme Court Rules According to Jewish Law - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Supreme Court Rules According to Jewish Law - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

City On A Hill Productions: Watch H2O Online for Free

City On A Hill Productions
Ten episodes, ten stories, one timeless quest - to quench the thirst that burns in every human spirit.

large group of Hollywood stars will travel to Israel this year to celebrate the High Holydays at the Kabbalah Center in Tel Aviv

Guests for the holidays - Israel Culture, Ynetnews
An especially large group of Hollywood stars will travel to Israel this year to celebrate the High Holydays at the Kabbalah Center in Tel Aviv, along with 3,000 students from 21 countries.

Hareidi-Religious Co. Building Luxury Tower in Panama - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Hareidi-Religious Co. Building Luxury Tower in Panama - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

In Two Months Terrorists Fire 300 Rockets into Israel - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

In Two Months Terrorists Fire 300 Rockets into Israel - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

CNN Special, God's Warriors, Compares YESHA Jews to Muslim Terrorists - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

CNN Special Compares YESHA Jews to Muslim Terrorists - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Berlin's Foreign Ministry exhibits modern examples of anti-Semitism

Lessons from the past? | Jerusalem Post
The exhibition covers Christian anti-Jewish attitudes, racist anti-Semitism, post-Holocaust hatred of Jews, which is sometimes expressed as Holocaust denial or resentment against reparations, and anti-Zionism as anti-Semitism - namely, the denial of Israel's right to exist.

Shimon Peres set to write its future

globeandmail.com: An author of Israel's history set to write its future
The entryway where his secretary sits is lined with pictures of him standing with former U.S. president Bill Clinton, Jordan's late King Hussein and, more recently, Pope Benedict XVI. On a shelf behind his own oversized desk is the Nobel Peace Prize he received 13 years ago along with Yitzhak Rabin and Yasser Arafat.

But Mr. Peres, who frequently says the past "bores" him, keeps too busy a schedule to spend much time pondering his rich history.

Last week, he set the media talking by hosting Palestinian prime minister Salaam Fayyad at his official residence in the heart of West Jerusalem. The guest yesterday was Michael Williams, the United Nations special envoy to the Middle East. Next up is Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas, whom Mr. Peres invited to visit him next week.

This is not typical behaviour for an Israeli president. Until Mr. Peres took office this summer, the post was largely ceremonial and recently a source of shame for Israelis.

His greatest successes have come on the international stage. He was the guiding light behind Israel's first interim peace accord with the PLO in 1993 in Oslo, and he won the Nobel Peace Prize for his role.

Mr. Peres was born in Poland in 1923 and immigrated to Israel with his family as a child.

Hollywood Ben Gamla Charter School refuses to end Hebrew lessons

Hollywood charter school refuses to end Hebrew lessons -- South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com

Russia wants to send a clear a message: that Russia cannot be ignored

The price of ignoring Russia - Israel Opinion, Ynetnews
It is obvious that Russia wants to send a clear a message: that Russia cannot be ignored. One of the major mistakes of western, and in particular American, foreign policy following the break up of the Soviet Union and Russia's weakness in the last decade of the twentieth century, has been not to view Moscow as an important factor in international relations.

To continue to ignore Russia is a mistake, because it is a superpower, with clear interests and economic strength, particularly given Europe's reliance on her in the energy sector.

The joint military exercises with China were an interesting signal, which succeeded in annoying a number of people in the West. At the same time, it must not be forgotten that China is today the superpower with the closest economic ties with the United States. It should also be remembered that during the height of the Cold War, Soviet-Sino relations were also tense.

We are now witness to a redrawing of the international array of power, and Russia is not a factor that can be ignored over the next decade. In this context, it is worth stressing that alongside the close ties and cooperation between Israel and Putin's Russia, particularly in sensitive topics such as the fight against terror, there is also the worrying phenomenon of the strengthening of ties between Russia and Syria and Iran.

This was the not the situation during the period of the Cold War, when there was a deep hostility between Israel and the Soviet Union, which persecuted its Jewish citizens. Today the picture is more complicated . . .

Hizbullah Building Defensive Line North of Litani River - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Hizbullah Building Defensive Line North of Litani River - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

CAMERA: God's Jewish Warriors -- CNN's Abomination

CAMERA: God's Jewish Warriors -- CNN's Abomination

Iran announces new 2,000-pound "smart" bomb | Jerusalem Post

Iran announces new 2,000-pound "smart" bomb | Jerusalem Post

Kosher German Beer May Be Front for Christian Missionaries

Kosher German Beer May Be Front for Missionaries - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Report: Olmert Suggests Land Swap with PA - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Report: Olmert Suggests Land Swap with PA - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva
The final borders beginning to take shape use the separation barrier as a general line of demarcation. Several Arab villages on the Israeli side of the barrier would be transferred to the PA, and representatives of Judaism, Islam and Christianity would administer the holy sites in Jerusalem, a deal that would end Israel's sovereignty over the capital.

Hizbullah Training Iraqi Terrorists in Lebanon - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Hizbullah Training Iraqi Terrorists in Lebanon - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Economy Surges Ahead but Vulnerable to U.S. - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Economy Surges Ahead but Vulnerable to U.S. - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Israel deports Sudanese refugees - World - smh.com.au

Israel deports Sudanese refugees - World - smh.com.au

Japan to triple trade with India within three years

Bloomberg.com: India

Olmert warns ministers against information leaks | Jerusalem Post

Olmert warns ministers against information leaks | Jerusalem Post

US envoy: Iranian nuke cooperation a smoke screen | Jerusalem Post

US envoy: Iranian nuke cooperation a smoke screen | Jerusalem Post

Russian air force says no aggression intended in long-range bomber missions ... - Israel News, Ynetnews

Russian air force says no aggression intended in long-range bomber missions ... - Israel News, Ynetnews

Peres: Olmert, Abbas mulling agreement ahead of peace conference - Israel News, Ynetnews

Peres: Olmert, Abbas mulling agreement ahead of peace conference - Israel News, Ynetnews

Typhoon death toll rises to 36 in China - Israel News, Ynetnews

Typhoon death toll rises to 36 in China - Israel News, Ynetnews

New Sanhedrin May Hear Complaint against Chinese Torture - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Sanhedrin May Hear Complaint against Chinese Torture - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Peres Says Mideast Talks in D.C., State Dept. Denies - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Peres Says Mideast Talks in D.C., State Dept. Denies - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Christians Offer to Move Sudan Refugees Out of Israel - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Christians Offer to Move Sudan Refugees Out of Israel - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Baghdad Vicar: Jews Must Flee - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

Baghdad Vicar: Jews Must Flee - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

IDF to Create Celebrity Unit - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva

IDF to Create Celebrity Unit - News Briefs - Arutz Sheva