A man is fighting for his life in a Jerusalem hospital following the first terror attack to occur in Israel's capital since the U.S. announcement to recognize the city as capital and move its embassy.
Following the historic announcement by U.S. President Donald Trump, KNI asked believers from around the country their perspectives on this decision and its implications for their future as citizens of Israel.
Riots, demonstrations and clashes broke out between Palestinians with IDF and Israeli security forces throughout the West Bank, Jerusalem and Gaza Strip on Friday, following the United States recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.
When I first heard that there was a Messianic Israeli representative in an International Beauty Pageant, "Miss Glamorous,” I raised an eyebrow. But something in Neta's image that I recalled did not quite fit into the world of glamor and so I was very curious to interview her.
The president of the world’s most powerful nation recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, becoming the first country to do so in the 70-year history of the Jewish state.
Prime Minister Netanyahu gave a televised response to Trump’s announcements Wednesday night, thanking the United States and President Trump for his “commitment to an ancient but enduring truth, to fulfilling his promises and to advancing peace”.
The Yuval Messianic School of Music and Arts (YMA) in Jerusalem is a worship center where students of any age or income can learn music and art with the aim of enhancing their skills to glorify Yeshua and grow closer to him.
The question of whether U.S. President Donald Trump will announce that the United States will recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and move its embassy to Jerusalem has been the subject of rife speculation in Israeli media.
The United Nations General Assembly passed six anti-Israel resolutions on Thursday, the day after the 70th anniversary of its vote on the Partition Plan, calling for a Jewish and Arab state side by side and paving the way for Israel’s declaration of independence.
Two Israeli ministries, King of Kings and HaTikva Project, have joined forces with an international organization to encourage believers to consider adopting or fostering children in need.