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The Philos Project is the network hub for leaders and future leaders who are committed to promoting positive Christian engagement in the Middle East. The Philos Project is the network hub for leaders and future leaders who are committed to promoting positive Christian engagement in the Middle East.

What Israel taught me about trust

Justin writes, "Spending a month in Israel with the Philos Leadership Institute, I heard from many speakers regarding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. A common expression and theme was..."

18 reasons to visit Israel in ’18

Amy writes, "Planning next year’s vacation? Are you considering a theme park? An all-inclusive resort? The Alps? Maybe a Caribbean beach? My fellow Christians, I urge you to set aside your fears, questions and skiing ambitions as I offer you 18 reasons to choose Israel as your next travel destination."

Israeli doctors give Ethiopian children suffering from AIDS a fighting Chance

Help for Ethiopia’s children who are suffering from HIV/AIDS has come from an unlikely source: Israel.

Israeli military and medical personnel are forging an unlikely bond with their Syrian ‘enemies’

Julianna writes, "Most Syrians are taught that Israelis are their worst enemies – but thanks to Israel’s incredible humanitarian efforts during this war, attitudes are beginning to change."

Can Israel be both Jewish and democratic?

The question “Can Israel be both Jewish and democratic” was asked of a panel of experts (both American and Israeli) during this year’s American Israel Public Affairs Committee Conference.

Israeli Knesset aids Christians seeking to register as Arameans

Yesterday, January 18, the Israeli Knesset approved a bill that makes it easier for Arabic-speaking Christians in Israel to officially list their identity as Arameans.

Bombing at St. Mark’s Cathedral in Cairo: why should Israelis care?

Faydra writes,"Although Cairo feels like a whole separate world in terms of space and culture, it is actually just a little more than 400 kilometers (249 miles) away from Jerusalem. Despite its beauty, proximity and low cost of living, Egypt is still not high on the Israeli traveler’s bucket list. While the reasons for this may seem obvious, the implications are less so."

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