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.

US reiterates recognition of Israel as condition for peace

While lauding reconciliation talks between Palestinian rival factions, the American special envoy to the Middle East called on any future Palestinian government to recognize Israel and reject violence.

US State Department backpedals from ambassador’s comments

The U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman seemingly broke with American policy and got into hot water with his own government when he told an Israeli news site that the settlements are part of Israel proper.

More than 1,600 Israelis treated over Yom Kippur

Yom Kippur is the holiest day of the year in Judaism in Israel — and also one of the busiest for paramedics and emergency workers.

Three Israelis killed in shooting near Jerusalem

Three Israelis were killed and a fourth seriously wounded in a brazen attack on Tuesday morning at the entrance to a Jerusalem suburb after the assailant approached the community among a group of Palestinians who had permits to work in Israel.

Israeli Messianic pastors share in Singapore about life in Israel

While two Israeli pastors may not get together in Israel to share about their mutual struggles, last week they did exactly this in Singapore, sharing with Christians there about life as believers in Yeshua in the Jewish state.

Sudan minister under fire for proposing normalization with Israel

The deputy prime minister of Sudan is under fire after saying that he supports normalization between his country and Israel and even praised Israel’s “moral values” and “democratic regime.”

Israel upset with UN ‘blindness’ to Hezbollah weapons build up

The UN Security Council must address the build up of weapons in southern Lebanon in the hands of the terrorist group Hezbollah, Israel’s ambassador to the UN said on Saturday one day before the UN secretary general was set to arrive in Israel.

Photo exhibit illustrates Israel’s unique aspects

This month, a photo exhibit entitled Passage to Israel is on display at the Jaffa Art Gallery. The exhibit presents selected photographs from the book of the same name, which shows the land and its residents from unique and unexpected angles.

US report pans Israel’s treatment of Messianic Jews, Christians

While Israel touts itself as one of the few countries in the Middle East with freedom of religion, in its annual International Religious Freedom Report the U.S. State Department criticized the Jewish state for its lack of progress in expanding religious freedom.

Israel tests high-speed train connecting Jerusalem-Tel Aviv

Israel’s transportation ministry tested the high-speed Jerusalem-Tel Aviv express train on Sunday, some six months before the line’s expected opening to passengers in April 2018.

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