• March 18, 2015
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    Maoz explains after the elections why Netanyahu is bad for Israel.
    He also sends a message to his American Evangelical supporters of Netanyahu, who are "motivated by the hope that he will fulfill their eschatological expectation; they have little regard for our lives and welfare here in Israel"
    Israeli Jewish pastor writes why electing Netanyahu again is bad for Israel - By Baruch Maoz
  • March 17, 2015
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    The conference will present the Palestinian Israeli Evangelical perspective as we engage the concerns of Evangelicals around the world especially in relation to Israel.
    Peace Conference in Nazareth in April
  • March 14, 2015
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    I stand today few days before the Israeli Knesset elections that will determine what direction my country will be taking. I believe that voting is not just a civic right but an obligation- not a regular one but a Biblical one. It is a should come to support a direction that brings kingdom principles and values.
    A Palestinian Christian Believer in Israel before the Ballot- By Botrus Mansour
  • March 13, 2015
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    We are concerned about the future of our schools in Israel because of the reduction in subsidies from the Ministry of Education. We invite to continue the dialogue with the Ministry to resolve the issue of subsidies and the involvement of parents of the students with the financial support for the schools, with the belief that the purpose of our schools is not for profit but excellence in education.
    The Catholic Church in the Holy Land Issues Statement on Burning Issues
  • February 25, 2015
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    we quickly recognized that our unique personal narratives were completely dissimilar, having been shaped by culture, history, politics, and theology. As an Israeli Messianic Jew, I found it to be emotionally draining.
    Messianic Jews, Palestinian Christians, and a Theology of Reconciliation(WWW.Faithstreet.com) -by Aaron Abramson
  • February 20, 2015
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    As non-Jews living in Israel, we are faced with a discriminatory system that favors Jews. Furthermore, our connection to the Palestinian people puts us in a questioned position to the Jewish citizens, and we are perceived as traitors or potential traitors.
    The Arab Evangelicals and the Upcoming Elections in Israel-by Shadia Qubti
  • February 19, 2015
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    Christian "Zionist" organizations provide large numbers of volunteers for farmers in settlements, including in illegal outposts (settlements that are illegal under Israeli law, too). Within Israel, the Christian "Zionist" lobby works closely with IDF units and supports missionary organizations, anti-abortion non-profits, anti-gay action, and movements working to establish the Third Temple on the Temple Mount with the aim of sparking war with global Islam.
    Molad Report: Zionist Christians and Right wing in Israel- Dangerous Allies
  • February 16, 2015
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    “Reconciliation” as envisaged by Lausanne is racist in essence, because it assumes that Israeli Jews and Palestinian Christians are not only so blinded by hatred and prejudice that they are incapable of being friends, but also that the only way that they can befriend each other is if they are “moderated” by a white, Western Christian.
    Messianic Site Attacks Lausanne Initiative of Reconciliation
  • February 08, 2015
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    We are put in a serious critical challenge- either to close down because parents will not be able to pay the full tuition as we cease to get the government funds. The other option will be that we yield to the ministry of education that will take over our schools and thus risk not only our schools but our whole identity and message.
    Christian Schools in Israel in Danger-By Botrus Mansour*
  • February 08, 2015
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    "When Christians, as individuals or organizations, call on Messianic Jews or Palestinian Christians, with pressure or inducements, to break their fellowship in Christ by separating from each other, this is not only unwelcome outside interference in their pain, but must be denounced as sin."
    Messianic Jews and Palestinian Christians Envision Reconciliation