• EGYPT \\ June 16, 2001
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    The McFalafel jingle features Egyptian pop star Shaaban Abdel-Rahim, whose hit "I hate Israel'' helped fuel an anti-Israeli and anti-American campaign.

    The Associated Press, Sat 16 Jun 2001
    McDonald's Puts McFalafel on Egypt's Menu
  • ISRAEL \\ June 16, 2001
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    Reflections of the phenomenon of search for spirituality in Israel, includes at least four large New Age festivals that drew tens of thousands of revelers this spring.

    By JASON KEYSER, Associated Press Writer, June 16, 2001
    Some Israelis Go New Age
  • JORDAN \\ June 14, 2001
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    Today's nation of Jordan is home to some of the most significant sites in biblical history, but almost no one thinks of Jordan as a pilgrim's destination.
    The Israelites spent time on both sides of the Jordan. Now tourists can, too.

    By Marshall Shelley, Christianity Today,6th June,2001
    Visiting the Other Side of the Jordan
  • PALESTINE \\ June 13, 2001
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    Christians in the Holy Land are also among the victims of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict

    By Amos Harel, Ha'aretz Correspondent
  • OTHER \\ June 12, 2001
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    "We want the Jewish people to know that following Jesus, the King of the Jews and the Messiah, is the most naturally Jewish thing they can do", says Robert Specter, "Rock of Israel" president and Assemblies of God home missionary.

    Religion Today, June 12, 2001
  • NORTH AFRICA \\ June 12, 2001
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    Through tribulation and persecution there are more Muslims coming to Christ in Sudan than anywhere else in the world today.

    Religion Today, June 08, 2001

  • PERSIAN GULF \\ June 11, 2001
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    A group of American religious leaders called this week for an end to U.N. sanctions against Iraq and said a U.S.-British plan to amend them would do little to alleviate the Iraqi people's suffering.

    By CHERYL WITTENAUER, Associated Press Writer
  • LEBANON \\ June 10, 2001
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    Pope John Paul II, beatified Sister Rafqa, a 19th-century Maronite Catholic nun from Lebanon, back in 1985. He bestowed sainthood on her with four others at the Vatican this Sunday.

    AP 9th, June, 2001
    Lebanese woman given sainthood
  • FEATURES \\ June 07, 2001
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    After 17 years in the Emirates,a British preacher talks how the Christian community grew from one tiny church in 1984 to serving a Friday turnout of 20,000 from 86 congregations who worship in 32 languages

    By Joanna Langely, Gulf News,2nd June,2001
    Departing reverend looks back on moments of turbulence