Hannah Weiss

Hannah Weiss
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Hannah Weiss lives in Israel with her husband Hillel, their three children and two grandchildren. Besides writing on issues relevant for followers of Yeshua, she also works as an English writer, editor and translator for Israeli exporters and academics. Hannah is part of a small home fellowship, Restorers of Zion, which serves the Body of Messiah by focusing on neglected or dysfunctional areas of Scriptural teaching and practice. Hannah Weiss lives in Israel with her husband Hillel, their three children and two grandchildren. Besides writing on issues relevant for followers of Yeshua, she also works as an English writer, editor and translator for Israeli exporters and academics. Hannah is part of a small home fellowship, Restorers of Zion, which serves the Body of Messiah by focusing on neglected or dysfunctional areas of Scriptural teaching and practice.

The 2016 Mekudeshet Festival – Social, Political Agendas Cloaked in Spirituality

Hannah writes, "the anticipated manifestation of the one-world religion at Mekudeshet failed to materialize. But its presence was still felt... The name "Mekudeshet" promised holiness and delivered the opposite."
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Theater of the Outrageous: Bibi Calls Banning Jews “Ethnic Cleansing”, World Leaders Act Offended

Hannah, "Israel's leader unmasks the two-state charade, leaders of the free world boo him off the stage, and the PA waits in its usual corner to collect the profits. It's just another performance at the Theater of the Outrageous."

Chabad’s Singing “soldiers of the Rebbe”

Hannah writes, "While some of [Chabad's] work is commendable, there is a darker side emerging. Supporters would do well to rethink the wisdom of serving as unquestioning 'soldiers of the Rebbe'."

New Temple Find is Sure to Embarrass UNESCO

The new findings of tiles from the ancient Jewish Temple provide further archeological evidence of the strong Jewish connection to the Temple Mount, despite what UNESCO might claim.

The Blundering BDS – a Survey of Recent Fails

The Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions Movement (BDS) is now in its 11th year of activism. The fear it has managed to generate among its targets is out of proportion to its size.

Israel’s New Coexistence Plan: How the Media Responded

Hannah writes, "While other countries can talk of rewarding peaceful behavior and punishing violent behavior as common-sense discipline, Israel's announcement sparked instant controversy, beginning in local media."

With Love from Israel: An Open Letter to World Vision about the Gaza...

Hannah writes, "Dear World Vision: For a limited time, you have a window to exhibit rare Christian courage and leadership in bringing real hope to Gaza. May the truth set you free (John 8:32) to return to that mission field with the spiritual fortitude to do so."

My Coffee Talks with Anti-Missionaries from Yad L’Achim

Hannah writes, "Every couple of weeks they would call. They were not... the cloak-and-dagger Yad L'Achim I remembered from 10 years ago, pretending to be Messianic in order to spy on us. This was a kinder, more honest Yad L'Achim. Or was it?"

Don’t Call It “Independence” Day

Hannah writes, "Israel's emergence was unique in the history of nations, and the chain of events that began in May 1948 was more interesting - and far more inspiring - than just another nation making a bid for self-determination. "

The Controversial “Christ at the Checkpoint”: A Beginner’s Factual Guide

With the fourth biannual "Christ at the Checkpoint" (CATC) conference about to take place in the biblical town of Bethlehem (March 7-10, 2016), the stormy past of this evangelical Christian gathering is returning to the media. What are some of the issues?

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