Dee Catz


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Israeli-born Dee Catz is a Jewish believer in Yeshua, happily married with children. She has an interest in cooking and baking and all things Biblical. History, Geography, and Archaeology are some of her favorite hobbies, as well as touring Israel's national parks and landmark sites with her family and friends. She has been contributing to Kehila News Israel since December 2015. Israeli-born Dee Catz is a Jewish believer in Yeshua, happily married with children. She has an interest in cooking and baking and all things Biblical. History, Geography, and Archaeology are some of her favorite hobbies, as well as touring Israel's national parks and landmark sites with her family and friends. She has been contributing to Kehila News Israel since December 2015.

David and Goliath? Bible Lands Museum curator unconvinced 

Jerusalem’s Bible Lands Museum’s current featured exhibition, “In the Valley of David and Goliath,” incorporates a collection of compelling archaeological findings and is evidence of the renowned battle between the famed giant and the young shepherd, some say.

Amid calm, Israel beats Albania in World Cup qualifier 

Despite terror threats, travel warnings and a change of venue for the World Cup 2018 qualifying game in Albania on Saturday following the arrest of four Islamic State members, the match went forward without incident.

Oldest mention of Jerusalem in 2700-year-old papyrus 

Amid UNESCO rulings in recent weeks that attempt to erase Jewish ties to Jerusalem, the Israel Antiquities Authority revealed the discovery of a very rare, ancient papyrus bearing the oldest known mention of Jerusalem - in Hebrew.

Jerusalem’s third wall uncovered, testimony of bombardment by Roman army

Given the ancient history of the land of Israel, whenever new construction requires removal of even a few feet of earth from the ground’s surface an archaeological discovery of some kind is usually made. And so it happened when Jerusalem’s “third wall,” dating back to the Roman destruction of the Second Temple in the year 70, was uncovered.

IDF Field Hospital in line for world’s top ranking

With no expectation of accolades or recognition - and often with harsh criticism and condemnation in the background - Israel has been providing high caliber medical treatment and humanitarian aid to countries around the world in disaster situations.

What do we know about gold Nero coin found outside Jerusalem’s Old City?

KNI reported on the discovery of an extremely rare gold coin, depicting the Roman Emperor Nero, which was none of the above. It was found just outside Jerusalem’s Old City on Mount Zion and dates back to the middle of the first century. Now, after further testing and studies, more has come to light about the coin.

UNESCO moves forward with anti-Jewish resolution regarding Jerusalem sites

A decision that lawmakers from both the left and right of the political spectrum are calling “unbefitting of UNESCO” has left Israel’s government and many Jews and supporters of Israel around the world furious.

Women: Stay off the main road in Mea Shearim during Sukkot

Just before the Sukkot holiday, posters were hung in Mea Shearim warning residents and visitors to avoid the main streets of the Jerusalem neighborhood throughout the week-long holiday of Sukkot – unless they are male.

Israel suspends work with UNESCO after Jerusalem vote

All of Israel’s work with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) will cease after the organization passed a resolution on Thursday denying Jewish connections to Jerusalem and condemning Israeli action on the Temple Mount.

Israel hopes for a friend in new Secretary General

Israel is hoping for more favorable reception with a new Secretary-general of the United Nations who has been elected to step into the position on Jan. 1 following outgoing Ban Ki-Moon whose second term is coming to an end.