On the first day of our 2014 tour to the Holy Land, we traveled around the Sea of Galilee walking in the footsteps of the Messiah.
U.S. President Barack Obama recently met with Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah, resulting in both countries agreeing to remain strategically aligned despite major tactical differences in Middle East policy.
In January, Canada’s Prime Minister Stephen Harper visited Israel and expressed his friendship as no other major world leader has ever done.
Boycotts, divestments, the de-legitimization of Israel, and increased anti-Semitism disguised as anti-Israel sentiment is gaining ground in public forums and diplomatic circles.
A senior Iranian naval commander says his country has sent several warships to the Atlantic Ocean, close to US maritime borders for the first time.
It is interesting how riled up Israelis get when Palestinians start claiming Yeshua as one of their own.
As the world awaits the unveiling of U.S. Secretary of State Kerry’s peace plan, Israeli politicians are becoming more divided, threatening a break-up of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government coalition.
Iran now claims it can resume 20% uranium enrichment in less than 24 hours, and will continue to exercise its right to do so despite the agreement with world powers.
French President Francois Hollande intervened at the last minute in Geneva to disrupt concessions to Iran.
According to the New York Post, Bethlehem boasted a 70% Christian population 50 years ago, and today it is less than 15%.