Next month will mark the tenth anniversary of the eviction from the Gaza Strip of over 8,000 Jews carried out under pressure from American and other politicians in a so-called ‘Land for Peace’ deal. Israel has paid a terrible price from this evacuation, however God is still watching over his own special piece of land, and the people he has chosen to inherit it,
Testimonies of former Muslims from Iran who converted to Christianity, given at the UK at the Crossroads event hosted by the Church’s Ministry among Jewish people (CMJ), a 200-year-old Anglican society. One delegate said: "I may be from Iran, but I love Israel, and there are Christians praying for Israel inside Iran.”
The Middle East peace process has taken a new turn with the hosting in Manchester, England, of a conference aimed at building bridges between Arabs and Jews who have become followers of Jesus. . .
Centuries after expelling and otherwise mistreating Jews, European nations are lining up to make amends, writes Charles Gardner, author of "Peace in Jerusalem."