Mapping the End Times: An Interview with Dr. Arnold Fruchtenbaum

Arnold Fruchtenbaum was born to Jewish parents in 1943. When he was only four, his family had to flee Russia due to false accusations of spying for the Nazi Party. While living in Germany, Arnold had a religious epiphany at age 13 and began to feel that Jesus was the Messiah of the Jewish people […]

Holocaust Era Restitution Project Launched

A new project has been announced that will attempt to identify and give restitution to Holocaust victims that had all of their assets confiscated by Nazi officials in the years leading up to and including the Second World War. The Jewish Agency for Israel initiated the project with full support from the Israeli government. The project […]

Netanyahu Presents Building Freeze Package to Cabinet

The cards are in the works as tensions and speculation rise regarding the U.S., Israel and its 90 day settlement freeze moratorium. The clamor regarding the freeze on the building of new settlements is just part of the overall picture of rising and continued tensions in the region.  Israel’s government is skeptical that the U.S. […]

More Violence as Israel-Palestine Peace Talks Continue

A day after fighting erupted in Jerusalem, there was more violence for residents to be concerned with.  On Thursday, a group of rock wielding youths clashed with Israeli police in east Jerusalem.  The group of youths began throwing rocks at police officials and setting fire to tires in the Issawiya district of Jerusalem.  Police employed […]

Attacks from Gaza into Israel Increasing

Peace talks between Israel and Palestine continue in Washington D.C.; however, attacks on Israel are increasing.  In response to the face-to-face peace talks between leaders of Gaza and Israel, militants in Gaza have begun launching assaults on Israel. At least 10 rockets have been launched from Gaza into Israel since the start of the High […]

Palestinian and Israeli Peace Talks Set To Resume In Washington

Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made it clear that he believes an agreement for long-term peace in the Mideast is possible in the near future.  Netanyahu was preparing to board a flight that will bring him to the United States to renew peace talks with Palestinian officials.  He said that as long as the Palestinian […]

$100 Million Remodel of Israel Museum Finally Complete

It may have taken five years and $100 million, but the revamping of the Israel Museum has finally been completed.  The comprehensive overhaul was said to be a labor of love by architects and the museum’s director James Snyder.  Snyder has been the museum’s director for 13 years, and has watched the 45-year-old museum’s complete […]

Main UN Committee Pressures UN HRC to End Separate Investigation into Gaza Flotilla Probe

On Tuesday August 10, a United Nations committee began its investigation into what happened leading up to an Israeli army raid on a flotilla bound for Gaza.  The raid left nine dead, and raised questions from the UN Security Council.  UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon announced that the inquiry into the events surrounding the raid […]

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