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November 23, 2015
One day, Jesus went through a village where there were 10 men with leprosy. In Bible times, this dreaded disease resulted in complete social isolation. But rather than shunning the ten lepers, Jesus went to them—and miraculously healed them! What an amazing blessing. These men had been given a new hope for life.
November 19, 2015
There are so many enemies of Israel active in our world today. We see terrorists wearing masks and carrying guns on their way to launch attacks—it is no coincidence that the main focus of the Paris attacks was a concert hall that had been owned by Jewish people.
October 24, 2015
Day after day, the attacks on Jewish people in Jerusalem and across Israel continue. Day after day, hatred pours out from the Internet onto Facebook pages, Instagram, and Twitter to encourage Palestinians to carry out murderous attacks. Day after day...
October 23, 2015
In a meeting yesterday with my longtime friend Prime Minister Netanyahu, Secretary of State John Kerry said that Israel needed to take steps to reduce the violence that has left dozens of Israelis dead or injured. This is an outrage!
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