Archives For Isaiah 2

Riots break out when somber Jewish observation of Tisha B’Av, which commemorates the destruction of the Temple and other tragedies throughout Jewish history, falls on the same day as the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha.

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An Israeli Arab who left Israel to fight with ISIS in Syria has decided he had enough of the terror organization and wants to return home. Only, he can’t. 
 
Siaf Sharif Daoud, 29, from a small village in central Israel, is currently being held captive by the Syrian Democratic Forces, a Kurdish organization, in Syria after attempting to escape ISIS and return to Israel.
 

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When pop icon Jennifer Lopez uploaded to Instagram images of herself on a camel in Jerusalem and then standing in the Mediterranean Sea on Tel Aviv’s coast, her 100 million followers instantly had a positive image of the Holy Land — and JLo handed a slap in the face to BDS.
 
In recent years, the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions movement has succeeded in pressuring many top artists from performing in Israel. Local producers have been struggling to get top international artists to schedule concerts in Israel due to the BDS threats. 

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Someone recently asked me if Romans 11:29, which teaches that God’s gift and call to Israel is “irrevocable”, can be applied to ministers who fall into sin. Are they still called?

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Israel has expanded its attacks against Iranian targets, this time reportedly reaching as far as Iraq, according to the Arabic-language Asharq Al-Awsat newspaper which quoted Western diplomatic sources.

Air Force jets have struck twice in 10 days, the report said on Tuesday.

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