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Leshem: A Modern Miracle in Samaria

On any given day, at any given time, there are hundreds of young children… their children, staying close to home in Leshem. It is vitally important that the community Rapid Response team who is always vigilantly watching over so many children be adequately equipped to handle any emergency.

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June 2017

Gerade kam ich zurück von einer kurzen Reise in die USA, wo ich in St. Louis, Seattle und Florida vor christlichen und jüdischen Gruppen sprach. Diese Reise erinnerte mich daran, dass in Israel froh sein können, solche loyale und wunderbare Freunde in der ganzen Welt zu haben.

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Juni 2017

Ik ben net teruggekomen van een korte reis naar de VS, waar ik donateurs heb opgezocht van ons werk en heb gesproken voor Joodse en Christelijke groepen in allerlei plaatsen, soms bijzonder afgelegen in Seattle, St. Louis en Florida.

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Shifting Alliances in a Dangerous Middle East

Terrible news has come out of England in these past few days. First a horrific massacre at a concert in Manchester and then just days later, a coordinated attack in the center of London. ISIS took responsibility for the attacks. England is reeling and in Israel we understand. ISIS and their bedfellows have declared war on us all.

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Jerusalem: 50 Years as a Unified City!

Exactly 50 years ago, in just six days, the IDF liberated all of Judea and Samaria, the Golan Heights and the Jordan Valley and returned us to our historic heartland. This Jubilee year is a time of celebration, of jubilation!

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Who “Owns” the Land of Israel? Part 3

by Kimberly Troup Hebron, Shechem, Jerusalem…  What do these three cities in Israel have in common?  If you read most newspaper articles, they list them as being in the “Occupied West Bank”.  However, if you read your Bible you find detailed accounts of real estate transactions, money changing hands, when Jewish patriarchs BOUGHT these three […]

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Hometown Celebration

In Karnei Shomron everyone gathered outside the Community Center, dressed festively in blue and white, the colors of our dear flag. Standing under the night stars, the ceremony began.

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The Transition from Mourning to Dancing

We owe our lives to these people. We owe our freedom, our independence, the miracle of our existence, to these young people who loved their land and their people and who were killed in the prime of their life.

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Arise and Walk the Land

Standing there it was obvious to us just how vital this place is strategically, biblically and historically. We learned that Hemdat was originally established as a “Nahal” military outpost by the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) in 1979.

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Reflections on Passover

Passover starts long before the night of the fifteenth day of the Hebrew month of Nissan.  As the festival of Purim ends housewives start thinking of what needs to be accomplished in the next month.  “And this day shall become a memorial for you, and you shall observe it as a festival for the L-RD, […]

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