Tzippe Barrow


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Tzippe Barrow is the CBN News Internet Producer - Jerusalem. She and her husband made aliyah (immigrated to Israel) nearly two decades ago. Barrow hopes that providing a biblical perspective of today’s events in Israel will help people in the nations to better understand the centrality of this state and the Jewish people to God’s unfolding plan of redemption for all mankind. Tzippe Barrow is the CBN News Internet Producer - Jerusalem. She and her husband made aliyah (immigrated to Israel) nearly two decades ago. Barrow hopes that providing a biblical perspective of today’s events in Israel will help people in the nations to better understand the centrality of this state and the Jewish people to God’s unfolding plan of redemption for all mankind.

Israel hatred from Virginia to Spain

Islamic terrorists in Spain, claiming affiliation with ISIS, shouted anti-Israel slurs not unlike those heard earlier this week in Charlottesville, Virginia. Thursday's car-ramming attack at a popular outdoor shopping mall in Barcelona killed 13 and injured more than 100 others.

Abbas an obstacle in new White House bid to start talks

Trump administration envoys Jared Kushner and Jason Greenblatt will be returning to Israel in the near future "to advance the peace process," Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told cabinet ministers on Sunday.

Archaeologists unearth Roman era stone water pots near Biblical Cana

Israeli archaeologists are excavating a 2,000-year-old stone quarry and production center for stone vessels not far from the ancient city of Cana where Jesus performed his first recorded miracle, turning water into wine.

President Trump debriefed on Temple Mount crisis

U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman met with President Trump at the White House on Monday to talk about the two weeks that followed the July 14 terror attack on the Temple Mount.

Tisha B’Av: Grieving in Zion births hope for the future

A three-week mourning period precedes Tisha B'av, which this year began on July 10. Just four days later, on July 14, two Israeli police officers were shot dead on the Temple Mount, the same site where the temples once stood.

Israel Police: Friday prayer ends quietly

By mid-afternoon, Israeli police reported that Muslim prayer on the Temple Mount had ended peacefully.

Fatah, Hamas call for a ‘Day of Rage’ Friday

Despite Israel's compliance with Muslim and international demands to remove security upgrades at the Lion's Gate entrance to the Temple Mount, Fatah and Hamas called for a "day of rage" Friday.

Palestinians: Removal of metal detectors not enough

The Palestinian Authority and Islamic religious authorities said Israel's removal of recently installed metal detectors and security cameras at an entrance to the Temple Mount is not enough.

Victims of Friday night terror attack, murdered in their home, laid to rest

Thousands of Israelis traveled to Modi'in – a city about halfway between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv – Sunday to attend the funerals of three members of the Salomon family murdered in the Samaria Jewish community of Halamish on Friday evening.

Future archaeologists excavate 2,700-year-old reservoir

It's been said Israel is 50 miles wide, 300 miles long and 3,000 years deep. How would you like to dig into some of those 3,000 years? That's what some Israeli high school students majoring in Land of Israel and Archaeology studies are doing this summer.

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