Last month, Christian activist Stephen Sizer adopted Islam’s favorite term for violent struggle to describe his peaceful assault on Zionism: jihad.
Hannah writes, "The popular sympathy Chabad is able to generate despite this conduct suggests that too many Israelis are just not paying attention. Or, maybe some are so hungry for Torah heroes that they willingly ignore the warning signs of a cult."
Hannah writes, "That’s only the beginning of the mystery. As monster-pillars dwarfing the worshipers, they were certainly strong enough to hold up a roof. Yet Scripture doesn’t record anything being built on them. Solomon erected these twin monuments by the Temple doors as free-standing structures. Their purpose was apparently to illustrate something."
On July 29, an Israeli reporter and cameraman were nearly beaten to death during a Muslim funeral procession. Was the story censored by the media to promote an anti-Israel agenda, to protect Muslim relationships… or to avoid discussing the mysterious circumstances of their escape?
Hannah writes, "Some will now ask: why should the Body of Messiah get upset about Tomorrowland, in Israel or anywhere else? Isn’t it just an elaborate, silly (and very expensive) outdoor trance-dance party that might collapse from its own woes?"
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..."
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."
Hannah writes, "As a long-time follower of Yeshua the Messiah living in Israel, I address these questions to my brothers and sisters who support the pre-Tribulation Rapture scenario."
An archived TV interview from 1952 provides a rare real-time glimpse into conditions surrounding the toddler Jewish state, as reported by James G. McDonald, America's first ambassador to Israel.
Hannah writes, "Rabbis expound on its name, purpose and traditions, but they never explain why the Haggadah historically surrounded the Afikoman with silence, except for one contradictory statement..."