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Less Than Two Months Left

Less Than Two Months Left

Though it's still very hot here, and it feels like summer will never end, we are now less than two months away from the average first frost date in parts of Ukraine. For those refugees who have no electricity, the coming of winter is a deadly threat. The brutal...

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Who’s Attacking the Nuclear Plant?

Who’s Attacking the Nuclear Plant?

Russia and Ukraine each blamed the other for the shelling of the largest nuclear power plant in Europe this week. Thankfully, none of the reactors or radiation storage areas were hit. But it highlights the grave danger the war poses, and the grave danger facing the...

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Pulling the Plug?

Pulling the Plug?

Ukrainian officials revealed this week that the already battered power grid may take another hit if Russian troops follow through with disconnecting the nuclear power plant they have occupied. This would leave even less power available to suffering Ukrainians, and...

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Playing with Fire

Playing with Fire

Location authenticated video released this week showed Russian military vehicles and troops operating at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant. The risks of a catastrophe due to an accidental or intentional explosion there are beyond description—but the invaders simply...

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6,000 Explosions Every Day

6,000 Explosions Every Day

A report this week from a Ukrainian soldier fighting to defend the eastern town of Pisky revealed that the Russians are firing more than 6,000 rockets and artillery shells at the Ukrainian forces every single day. By some estimates, up to 1,000 Ukrainians are being...

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It’s Not Stopping

It’s Not Stopping

For a number of weeks now, various observers have declared that Russia is about to run out of something—soldiers, tanks, bombs, or artillery shells—that will curtail or even end the fighting. Yet this week brings the sad news from Ukraine that rather than lessening...

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It’s Not Just Ukraine

It’s Not Just Ukraine

It's not just the freedom of the Jewish people in Ukraine that Russia is threatening. The Russian government has ordered the Jewish Agency to stop operations...to stop helping Jewish people who want to immigrate to Israel. While it is not certain what caused this...

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We Don’t Know

We Don’t Know

It's been a very hot summer for much of the United States. But as hot as it is right now, winter isn't far away, and for the people of Ukraine that poses yet another deadly threat. Extensive Russian bombing of the electrical grid has left many without power. When...

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Targeting Churches

Targeting Churches

The government of Ukraine released a shocking report this week that nearly 200 churches, synagogues, and mosques have been destroyed by the Russians during their indiscriminate attacks. The attacks of the Russians are not just directed at Ukraine's military. Instead,...

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Benjamin Netanyahu

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Prime Minister of Israel“Mike Evans is a fighter for freedom in a world of darkening and narrowing horizons. In his devotion to Israel, Mike has consistently demonstrated the moral clarity that is necessary to defend Israel against the lies and distortions of its enemies, and championed the Jewish people’s claim to the Land of Israel…I look forward to strengthening our friendship on his many future visits to Israel.”

Ehud Olmert

Former Prime Minister of Israel

Former Prime Minister of Israel“I have known Mike Evans for more than two decades, and I consider him to be a great friend of Jerusalem and the State of Israel. He has always been there for us in our time of need speaking out with courage and compassion. Mike Evans is a true ambassador of Jerusalem, representing millions of Christians in America.”

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Pastor/President, The King’s Seminary

Jack Hayford“May this day be blessed by a new visitation of God’s purpose for you. Please know how thankful we are for you as well as for the privilege of your friendship and fellowship. Blessings, dear brother. You are loved and esteemed in His life and the partnership in ministry for the Kingdom we so richly enjoy.”

Danny Ayalon

Ambassador of Israel

Ambassador of Israel“The Prime Minister (Ariel Sharon) would like to express his personal appreciation to you, Mike Evans, for being such a great friend of Jerusalem and the State of Israel, speaking out with courage and compassion for over two decades. He salutes your achievements and wishes you continued success.”

Articles

Why Russia Attacked Ukraine

Putin attacked Ukraine because he feared the death of Russia. The West is in the midst of high-stakes hostage negotiations with a trillionaire who has the third-largest arsenal of nuclear weapons on the planet. The West has naively defined the terms of the debate, believing that Putin is attempting to rebuild the former USSR. They…

An Ancient Hatred Alive and Well

The world is a dangerous place for anyone who is Jewish.  Both in Israel and in other nations of the world, simply being identified as a Jew—whether going to synagogue or a kosher market, wearing a yarmulke or other traditional clothing, or even having a name that sounds Jewish—can trigger a sudden and violent…and all too…

Zionism—God's Enduring Covenant

While much has been said in modern times about the Jews fleeing to Palestine for safety from persecution, pogroms, and the Holocaust, Abram was certainly not a refugee running for his life when sent forth in search of God’s Promised Land. He had no need. He was wealthy and well respected in Ur. He went in…

The Little Town of Bethlehem

For most of us, the name Bethlehem immediately summons images of a manger and shepherds and a star shining brightly in the night sky, guiding visitors from far away eastern lands.  Many hear the words Phillips Brooks, rector of the Holy Trinity Church in Philadelphia penned in 1868 following his return from a visit to the…

Abraham and the Foundations of Zionism

In actuality, Abram (Abraham) of the Old Testament might be designated as the first Zionist. He was a wealthy man in the village of Haran. Christian Zionist Walter Clay Lowdermilk wrote: “The movement for a Jewish homeland in Palestine when Abraham, prompted by Divine inspiration, left the plains of Mesopotamia to establish a new people…

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Minutes before he was stabbed, Rushdie agreed to be an envoy for threatened writers

Ralph Henry Reese, founder of City of Asylum movement, says award-winning author was looking forward to aiding other exiled writers facing peril

17 Aug 2022timesofisrael.com

Israel rejects appeal to free Palestinian hunger striker it alleges is a terrorist

Khalil Awawdeh has refused food for 165 days to protest his detention without trial; Islamic Jihad had demanded his release in ceasefire talks

16 Aug 2022timesofisrael.com

Israeli Soldier Mistakenly Killed in Friendly Fire Incident

An Israeli soldier was accidentally shot and killed Monday night in a friendly fire incident in the West Bank – biblical Judea and Samaria, the Israel Defense Forces announced on…

16 Aug 20221.cbn.com

Ami Palant, war hero who stopped Syrian advance during Yom Kippur War, dies at 71

He served as a company commander in the 7th Armored Brigade under Avigdor Kahalani and as director general of the Public Security Ministry after the war

16 Aug 2022timesofisrael.com

Rushdie attack shows the enduring impact of fatwas

Never aging and rarely overturned, fatwas calling for someone’s death can be brought against those who are deemed to have insulted Islam or Prophet Muhammad, with academics and journalists often…

16 Aug 2022ynetnews.com

EU says studying Iran's response to nuclear proposal, consulting with U.S.

Failure to reach an agreement would carry the risk of a fresh regional war with Israel threatening military action, and Iran saying it would retaliate to any aggression with a…

16 Aug 2022ynetnews.com

Military court extends detention of Islamic Jihad leader that sparked Gaza conflict

Bassem Saadi ordered held until August 21; Israel has declared it has no intention of releasing him, though the terror group demanded it as condition of last week’s ceasefire

16 Aug 2022timesofisrael.com

Drones strike US base in Syria

No one was reported hurt and no property damaged, though one of the drones exploded within a compound used by the local US-backed Syrian militia known as Maghawir al-Thawra.

16 Aug 2022newsrael.com

Russia signs contract to purchase 1,000 drones from Iran

Russia has signed a contract with Iran to purchase 1,000 drones. This is after they successfully used the first drones in Ukraine.

16 Aug 2022newsrael.com

Collection of 2300-year-old divination dice discovered

A rare collection of astragals – bones for playing and divination from the Hellenistic period (2,300 years ago) was discovered by the site’s excavator, Dr. Ian Stern, in the Marsha-Beit…

16 Aug 2022newsrael.com