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Why the Palestinians Refuse to Recognize Israel as a Jewish State

by Ali Salim February 3, 2014 at 5:00 am http://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/4151/palestinians-recognition-israel-jewish-state The core of the problem is that Palestinian recognition of Israel as the state of the Jewish People would not only end the dream of the return to Palestine, but also of the destruction of Israel currently being implemented through the incitement and terrorist campaign [Read More]

Latkes With A Side of The Lord

December 12, 2013 BY Marc Shapiro Hebrew Christian groups giving out latkes and sufganiyot to lure Jewish students to their faith Messianic Jews, also known as Hebrew Christians, hand out latkes and sufganiyot at the University of Maryland, College Park. University of Maryland, College Park students received unexpected Chanukah presents this year in the form [Read More]

Opinion: A spit of death

I am sickened to hear the recent reports from Israel concerning eight-year-old Naama Margolese who is afraid to go to school because “orthodox” extremists spat on her and called her a whore for dressing “immodestly.” In addition to violating the biblical commandment of Ahavas Israel, and Maimonides warning against extremism, this fanatical behavior can have [Read More]

Don’t be fooled!

Evangelical missionary David Herzog stooped to a new low deceiving the Jewish community with ads which intentionally avoided any mention of their Christian evangelical agenda. The half-page ads ran for several weeks in the Los Angeles Jewish Journal. They promoted a Beverly Hills event offering “supernatural healings” based on what the ad termed Jewish mysticism. [Read More]

Who’s Knocking at YOUR Door?

A Jewish teenager is getting off a bus at the Tel Aviv Central Bus Station. Across the street he sees activity in front of a three-story building, and he walks over to see what’s going on. A young man standing outside invites the teen in. “Want some coffee? We’ve got a little café in here.” [Read More]

200 Missionaries Targeting Jewish Neighborhoods

Wednesday afternoon I answered my door in Pico Robertson to discover three young people, ranging from 18 to 22 years old. They wanted to talk to me about “Israel Restoration.” For a moment I thought they were talking about rebuilding Israeli forests. However, the moment I saw their literature, I knew they were Christian missionaries. [Read More]