A video uploaded to YouTube earlier this month that shows the host asking random members of the Israeli public what they think of Messianic Jews...
Despite Israel’s dismantling of recently added security measures at the Temple Mount including security cameras and metal detectors, Muslim worshippers marked their return to the complex after a 12-day boycott with violence.
In recent weeks, it has come to light that the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate sold hundreds of acres of land in Israel to foreign buyers.
Despite Israel's compliance with Muslim and international demands to remove security upgrades at the Lion's Gate entrance to the Temple Mount, Fatah and Hamas called for a "day of rage" Friday.
Israel removed security cameras installed this month at the Temple Mount on Thursday after ongoing protests, some violent, from Muslim worshippers who opposed the increased security.
The Waqf and Palestinian Authority have rejected “smart cameras” at the Lion’s Gate entrance to the Temple Mount on Tuesday, calling on Israel to remove all new security implemented since the terror attacks over two weeks ago.
Since the fateful attack on the Temple Mount in which two Druze-Israeli police officers were slain by Mulsim terrorists, there has been a surge in tensions between Muslim and Druze citizens within their communities in Israel.
As the recent Temple Mount crisis deepened over the weekend, U.S. special envoy Jason Greenblatt arrived in Israel on Monday to meet with Prime Minister Netanyahu in an effort to help put out the raging diplomatic fires.
Jordan finally released the guard but not after a full day of refusing to release him. Israel claimed the guard was immune from prosecution under the Vienna Convention.
Thousands of Israelis traveled to Modi'in – a city about halfway between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv – Sunday to attend the funerals of three members of the Salomon family murdered in the Samaria Jewish community of Halamish on Friday evening.
Hannah writes, "The sensational “blood moon tetrad” prophecy of 2014–2015 had not yet been declared a flop when another harbinger was being announced for this coming fall: an appearance in the night sky of the Woman described in Revelation 12..."
Eric writes, "This simple understanding of being constantly surrounded by the miraculous has changed my faith perspective completely."
Howard writes, "We come now to the story about the fig tree that Yeshua cursed. I am sure that all of us have read this and been uncomfortable that He would curse a tree without fruit at a time when it was not the season for fruit."
Sandra writes, "Friday in Israel, the declared Day of Rage, will begin Thursday evening and night in the Americas. So today we are releasing a call, not for Christian rage, but for prayer for a 'day of the vengeance of our God' (Isaiah 34:8; 61:2) Here are 10 key points to consider as you pray."
Moran writes, "As we begin the book of Deuteronomy, I must say that I love the way our God works in that He is in the business of reminding! He knows us so well."
Israeli Messianic Community News
Melech HaMelachim (King of Kings) is a family-oriented Hebrew-speaking Messianic Jewish congregation in Jerusalem, serving the local body. Our primary focus is to be a spiritual home and family for local believers, with the Word being central to all we do.
For the past five years, CBN Israel has been partnering with Israel Firstfruits for the purpose of developing believing business entrepreneurs for the market place in Israel. God has given His people Israel a mandate to be a light and and a blessing to the nations.
Paul Calvert of Focus On Israel-Radio interviews Daniel Kolenda about Christ for All Nations and his time in Israel.
Eitan writes, "Yeshua's transforming power has been on wonderful display consistently over many years during these Messianic youth camps. Again, this summer, we will be gathering teens from all over Israel..."
After having been denied membership in the kibbutz he had risked his life to help defend, Pound returned to England over 40 years ago. But he is not bitter about his experience nor does he regret having made Aliyah.