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Netanyahu meets with Trump in New York

Prime Minister Netanyahu met with United States President Donald Trump on Monday in New York, their meeting centered on the Iran’s nuclear program, “malign influence in the region” and peace process with the Palestinians.

Worship event to draw believers from around Israel

The Yuval School of Music and the Arts is joining together with FIRM (Fellowship of Israel Related Ministries) to host a worship and intercession event at the King of Kings Pavilion facility in Jerusalem next week which will be recorded live.

King of Bahrain denounces Arab boycott of Israel, removes travel ban

The King of Bahrain openly condemned the Arab boycott of Israel and announced that his people are free to visit the Jewish State.

US pilot who helped create Israel’s air force dies at 94

Mitchell Flint, a U.S. Navy pilot accredited with helping form the Israeli Air Force, passed away in Los Angeles over the weekend at age 94. He died of natural causes, his son, Michael Flint, a Hollywood film producer, said.

Netanyahu to meet with Trump, address UN this week

Israel’s Prime Minister Netanyahu is scheduled to deliver a speech at the United Nations General Assembly in New York on Tuesday and to tell U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday, on the sidelines of the UN conference, that the Iran deal must be fixed or canceled.
Sandra Solomon

Ramallah-born convert to Christianity, loves Israel, denounces education-driven terror

Solomon, age 38, now wears a Star of David pendant around her neck and has become an advocate for Israel, hopeful that the Jewish people will someday forgive her for the insults and demonization of Jews that originated in her home and surroundings while growing up.

In significant gesture, Argentina hands WWII documents to Israel

During the first ever visit by an Israeli prime minister to Latin America last week, Argentina's President Mauricio Macri handed over some 140,000 digital documents which reveal that the country helped and provided post-war refuge to Nazi criminals like Adolf Eichmann.

Unholy war in Arad, violent protests in Israel’s southern city

Arad is no stranger to conflict. Messianic Jews in particular have come under attack at the hands of the very same aggressors. KNI spoke to believers from the Negev city who were able to share background, insight and eyewitness testimony to some of events leading up to today’s situation.

Netanyahu ends Latin America tour before meeting President Trump and UN General Assembly address

The prime minister traveled to Argentina, Colombia and Mexico, participating in ceremonies, meeting with heads of state and holding numerous business meetings, his tour centered on increasing Israel’s stance international, as well as opening doors of cooperation, business and diplomatic relations.

Water levels in Israel critical in 4th consecutive drought year

As Texas deals with the devastating effects of Hurricane Harvey and Florida that of Hurricane Irma, Israel is facing the opposite crisis: an abject lack of water as a result of decreased rainfall this year.

Featured Blogs

Tikkun Olam?

Howard writes, "Tikkun olam is the humanist concept and religion to make the world better. It can cross all social, cultural, national, and religious borders. WHAT a better world looks like to each one will be very subjective."

Restoring Yom Teruah: What You May Not Know about Rosh HaShanah

Sandra writes, "What Kingdom breakthroughs could transpire if His people around the world gathered in their respective nations, in unity by the Spirit, and sounded trumpets for a day to affirm covenant with YHVH, declare Yeshua’s kingship, and posture themselves for Kingdom advance?"

The significance of the shofar blast

Eric writes, "To better understand the shofar blast, think back to those wonderful old westerns, the movies in which the hero has been surrounded by the enemy and all looks hopeless..."

Ending the famine – A new narrated Bible in Hebrew

Shira writes, "Most lovers of Israel are not aware that the average Israeli, including college graduates, do not read the Hebrew language Old Testament because many of the books are written in vocabulary too ancient to easily understand. Neither do they read the New Testament, because they don't believe that it is God-inspired."

Commentary on Parashat Nitzavim (Standing) and Parashat Vayelech (He went)

Moran writes, "The Lord wants our eyes on Him and Him alone. He wants to be our God. We are to fear, honor, admire, and respect Him over anything else in our lives…especially that intimidating “giant” standing before us."

Israeli Messianic Community News

LISTEN: Interview about Rosh HaShanah

Paul Calvert of Focus On Israel-Radio speaks with Michael Mistretta of FIRM about the Jewish holiday Rosh HaShanah.

A providential change of direction

"Igor experienced God’s love first hand and now those he cares for are experiencing it too. Together, with the help of CBN Israel, these Survivors look forward to home visits and gifts of food packages."

New UK org makes connection for investors in Israel

Israel Investment, a new organization just launched in the United Kingdom, aims to connect experienced and aspiring investors int he U.K. with companies and startups across Israel’s diverse economic community.

School for Life: enabling believers to experience radical changes

Tiferet Yeshua, a congregation in Tel Aviv, is hosting the School for Life, a course that begins on Sept. 25 and aims to provide freedom from the consequences of spiritual issues stemming from bitter roots, judgements and dishonoring one’s parents.

It was God’s idea to celebrate

"Isn’t God amazing? How He cares for us! He is a good, lovingly, heavenly Father who takes such wonderful care for His own."