Kehila News Israel Staff

Kehila News Israel Staff
The Kehila News Staff is a team of Israeli believers in Yeshua. The Kehila News Staff is a team of Israeli believers in Yeshua.

Israel most popular embassy on Chinese social network

Israel's Embassy in China seems to be mastering digital diplomacy boasting the most popular website of foreign embassies in that country on the Chinese social media site Sina Weibu with 1.9 million followers, according to a report released in December.

In curious move, Russia recognizes West Jerusalem as Israel’s capital

In a surprise move that left many people questioning its motives and the timing of the statement, the Kremlin announced last week that it recognizes West Jewish as Israel’s capital.

Celebrating Passover in Israel

For most families, Pesach is a time of celebration and feasting as well as passing down long-standing family and cultural traditions. Hag Pesach Sameach!

Possible Israeli-Palestinian peace summit in DC this summer

During their first official meeting at the White House on Monday, U.S. President Donald Trump and Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi discussed a possible Israeli-Palestinian peace summit to be held in Washington in a few months.

Israeli kindergartener declares ‘Yeshua is Messiah,’ causes stir at school

The mother of a kindergarten girl in the city of Ma'aleh Adumim yanked her daughter out of the school after she claimed that a “Christian” girl in the class told the other children that "Yeshua is the Messiah.”

Increase in east Jerusalem Arabs applying for Israeli citizenship

Despite fearing the ever-present social stigma attached to their choices, many non-Israeli Arab residents of Eastern Jerusalem are applying to become fully recognized citizens of Israel.

VIDEO: Jerusalem tour for Bible translators

Watch this short informational video about a tour by Jerusalem Center for Bible Translators.

Irish conference questions Israel’s legitimacy and right to exist

Cork City Hall and University College Cork in Ireland are hosting a conference that embraces and promotes criticism of Israel while questioning the nation's right to exists in the name of open debate and academic freedom.

Journalist changes opinion during fact-finding trip to Israel

A Canadian journalist, Faith Goldy, came to the Holy Land on a fact-finding mission but it developed into myth-busting when she discovered that what is portrayed by the mainstream media was not the reality she saw on the ground.

Archaeological clues shed life on Yeshua’s life

With Easter coming up, the IAA has opened its warehouse of treasure troves in Beit Shemesh for reporters to view artifacts that date as far back as the time of Yeshua.

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