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Three Israelis dead in Shabbat dinner massacre at family home

Three family members were killed and a fourth seriously wounded when a terrorist broke into their home and went on a stabbing spree Friday night as the family sat down to eat Shabbat dinner.

Temple Mount reopened with metal detectors and protests

Thousands of Muslims from across the country arrived in Jerusalem on Friday to pray at the Temple Mount as a show of force against Israel’s decision to install metal detectors at the complex after a terrorist attack in which two police officers were killed.

Future archaeologists excavate 2,700-year-old reservoir

It's been said Israel is 50 miles wide, 300 miles long and 3,000 years deep. How would you like to dig into some of those 3,000 years? That's what some Israeli high school students majoring in Land of Israel and Archaeology studies are doing this summer.

Pence: US will move embassy to Jerusalem

U.S. Vice President Mike Pence reassured American Christians that the Trump administration will move the American embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, it’s just a question of when.

Netanyahu: Europe is undermining its own security by undermining Israel

Prime Minister Netanyahu criticized the European Union for its conditional relations with Israel during a meeting with the Visegrad Group in Hungary on Wednesday.

Quiet prevails as hundreds visit the Temple Mount

It all took place on the day the Palestinian Authority's Fatah faction called for a "Day of Rage." Instead, hundreds of visitors, tourists and Muslims cooperated with the new security arrangements to enter the Temple Mount.

Israel offers East Jerusalem schools incentives to adopt curriculum

In addition to plans to overhaul the infrastructure of non-Jewish neighborhoods in east Jerusalem, there has been a call to upgrade Arab schools in that area and a demand for additional funding for their education.

The separation of synagogue versus state in Israel

Israel is not exempt from this contentious topic. Being the only majority Jewish state in the world, the concept of “church” is replaced by “synagogue.”

Israeli doctors give Ethiopian children suffering from AIDS a fighting Chance

Help for Ethiopia’s children who are suffering from HIV/AIDS has come from an unlikely source: Israel.

Israelis, Palestinians agree to crucial water deal

Israel and the PA have reached a U.S.-brokered deal through which Palestinians, including those in Gaza, will receive clean drinking water — a desperate need particularly in Gaza — and the shrinking Dead Sea may be partially replenished.

Featured Blogs

Corporate worship in large groups or small group meetings – must we chose?

Eric writes, "While I believe that home groups are absolutely biblical, this exodus from 'organized congregations' has, in some cases, resulted in the rejection of the idea that corporate gatherings are also biblical and essential to the health of the body of believers."

The Temple Mount flares up yet again

David writes, "The Creator of the Universe, the God of Israel, has appointed as His eternal address on Earth, this tiny piece of real estate. It is the very epicentre of the age old conflict between the Jews and the Muslims, and the problem is not going to go away before the Messiah returns."

Commentary on Parashat Mattot (Tribes)

Moran writes, "In the end, it’s really about our willingness to settle for less than God’s best. We cheat ourselves out of living in His abundant blessing because we prefer to settle for what seems like the better end of the deal at the time."

Observations on Messianic Jewish aliyah

Hannah writes, "As worldwide anti-Semitism inspires increasing numbers of Jews to make aliyah, the difficulties of Messianic aliyah are receiving more attention. I'm not an expert on this issue, but from firsthand experience and 30 years of observation, I can suggest what not to do."

The transforming power of Katzir youth camps

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..."

Israeli Messianic Community News

Marketplace Believers connect to expand God’s kingdom

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.

LISTEN: Interview with Daniel Kolenda of Christ for All Nations

Paul Calvert of Focus On Israel-Radio interviews Daniel Kolenda about Christ for All Nations and his time in Israel.
Israeli artillery position in the Golan, 1973 Yom Kippur War

A personal story of Israel’s long and regrettable opposition to Messianic Jews

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.

Prayer request regarding Israeli citizenship issues

Here is a prayer request sent to KNI to post.

From the ends of the earth: Kingman prison inmates raise support for Beer Sheva...

Rickey Mora notes, “In the same manner that Adonai used black ravens to provide for one of His prophets” during difficult times, in these end times Adonai is using another unusual method to provide for God’s prophetic people."