• July 14, 2015
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    An unprecedented encounter of Evangelical Arabs and Jewish Reformed Israelis held in Nazareth
    Evangelical Arab Meet Reform Jews in Nazareth
  • June 21, 2015
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    It’s hard to take seriously the condemnations uttered by the prime minister, cabinet ministers and Knesset members when, at the same time, they give a nod and wink to those who infringe on the state’s sovereignty by embarking on private religious and cultural campaigns against Christians and Muslims.
    Haaretz Editorial: Till when will Israel let its churches and mosques be burnt?
  • June 10, 2015
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    Palestinian Evangelical Millennials are experiencing withdrawal from the church... They are committed Christians on one hand, and are willing to look for meaningful fellowship somewhere else on the other hand. They are not against church as a community. They want to see their churches take up their role in being a prophetic voice that leads its people.
    What about Palestinian Evangelical Millennials?
By Shadia Qubti
  • May 21, 2015
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    This proposal by the ministry of Education was seen by the owners of the schools (churches, monasteries, etc.) as the end of the Christian, value-based educational enterprise and even a critical blow to the Christian minority in the Land
    Unprecedented Demonstration in Jerusalem of Christian Schools
  • May 13, 2015
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    As a Jew, I don’t suffer the personal pain that many of my Palestinian neighbors do when they commemorate Nakba. Although I deeply empathize with their pain, my personal pain is for my Jewish brethren who have and are now systematically trying to deny another people their “right” to even express their loss
    A Jewish Reflection on
  • May 07, 2015
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    Christian Palestinians are suffering from a discriminatory system as non-Jews, and for us, the race has always been about equal rights in a democratic state. How are educational, economic, political and social gaps between the minorities and the majority going to be narrowed?
    Israel is the safest place for Christians? by Shadia Qubti
  • May 06, 2015
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    The first conference on Christian apologetics in Arabic is being held in Nazareth on the 6th of June.
    The First Arabic Reasonable Faith Conference
  • April 28, 2015
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    In an article in the Mennonite World Review, Tom Harder says:...visitors to the Holy Land, if they look closely enough, discover an awful irony. The oppressed have become the oppressors and the persecuted the persecutors.

    The victims are the Palestinian Arabs (both Christian and Muslim) who had been living in historic Palestine long before the Jewish immigrants began arriving — displacing the Palestinians, destroying their villages and declaring an Israeli state
    Opinion: Being pro-Jesus on Israel-Palestine- by Tom Harder
  • April 18, 2015
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    Local and international Christian leaders met in Nazareth, the hometown of Jesus, in order to discuss the contributions as well as challenges of Evangelicals to Peacemaking
    Come and See: Evangelicals and Peacemaking Conference held in Nazareth
  • April 13, 2015
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    It has been hard work to examine my own mind. Many questions that leave me wondering how could I have not thought about them. My solid identity has been shaken and then broken… I have been an eyewitness to the systematic oppression, humiliation, racism, cruelty and hatred by “my” people towards the “others” and what you see, you can no longer unsee… People ask for solutions. I don’t have one. I have a vision: A state for all its citizens with equal rights. A true democracy
    My Personal Story for Transformation- Tzvia Thier (Mondoweiss site)