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October 5, 2015
Soon the nation of Israel will celebrate Sukkot -- the Feast of Tabernacles. This is one of the major feasts on the Jewish calendar. In Old Testament times, people would come from across the nation of Israel to Jerusalem for this special event...
September 28, 2015
I've been telling you for weeks now that the Iran nuclear deal is a bad one -- bad for Israel, bad for America, bad for everyone in the world except the radical mullahs that rule in Tehran. But as more and more details emerge about what is included in the secret plan...
September 28, 2015
It was ten years ago in August that Israel made the decision to completely and unilaterally withdraw their military and all Jewish residents from the Gaza Strip. The move was hailed by the world as the beginning of a path to peace. Instead it has been a path to war, death and destruction...
September 21, 2015
Israeli military sources confirmed late last week that they have convincing evidence that Hamas is digging new terror tunnels under the border to facilitate attacks on the Jewish people in their homes. Tunnels like these sparked the 50 day conflict last year as Israel tried to destroy the network of terror that leaves their people so vulnerable to sneak attacks...
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