• September 09, 2001
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    Ranaa and Tamar are activisits in Musalaha, a ministry of reconciliation between Arabs and Jews in Israel. They will tour in Denmark for one month and speak to people about Musalaha and how Christ can bring Arabs and Jews together

    Special for Come and See
    A Christian Arab and a Messianic Jew travel together to Denmark
  • September 05, 2001
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    Huge Complex At Cesarea Served As Seat Of Roman Government

    Thomas Cooper, Christian News Today, Sep 5, 2001
    Paul's Jail In Ceasarea Found!
  • August 28, 2001
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    A group called Vision for Israel, which is based in Savannah, Georgia donated 12,000 bags for kids in Israel. In addition to a full pencil case and other basic school supplies, it contained a letter to children asking them to write into the organization

    By Ruth Sinai, Haaretz, August 24
  • August 07, 2001
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    Civil rights organizations are delighted at the activities of local leaders of foreign workers. But they seem to have been marked for arrest and deportation by the Interior Ministry and the police. In this context it also raids churches and arrests clergy

    By Joseph Algazy, Haaretz, August 7, 2001
    Targeting the Leaders
  • July 30, 2001
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    The spiritual leader of Israel's ultra-orthodox Shas party, which holds 17 out of the Israeli Parliament's 120 seats and belongs to the coalition government of Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, earlier this year called Arabs "snakes" and "vipers."

    The Times of India, July 29, 2001
    Rabbi Ovadia Yossef: 'The Messiah will speed Arabs to hell'
  • July 15, 2001
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    New immigrants and born-again Christians are coming to Ariel, but Israelis are mostly afraid to visit. Mayor Ron Nachman blames it all on the media

    By Daniel Ben Simon, Haaretz, July 13, 2001
    Donations in the name of God
  • July 12, 2001
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    The Greek Orthodox Church in Jerusalem accuses Israel of meddling in the election of the church's top clergyman in the Holy Land

    The Associated Press, July 12, 2001
    Greek Orthodox accuse Israel of meddling in vote
  • July 11, 2001
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    The Israeli government, backing ultra-orthodox Jewish groups, has now effectively suspended the Church of Scotland?s $20 million hotel complex project after the discovery of what is believed to be an ancient graveyard at the building site.

    Ben Lynfield,In Tiberias, The Scotsman, July 2001
    Tiberias looks longingly at Church of Scotland?s $20 million hotel
  • July 05, 2001
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    An American rabbi living in Israel is soliciting humanitarian aid from Christians -- to help the poor and deprived of Jerusalem. His fellowship has raised $100,000 for 75 families who suffered losses in a May wedding reception.

    Israeli Jews Seeking Donations from Christians
  • July 05, 2001
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    According to Rabbi Michael Melchior, the religious contacts have survived through the past ten months of violence with the blessing of political leaders whose own negotiations have effectively collapsed.

    The Times, UK, July 5, 2001