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Believing ministries that help the poor in Israel – Part 3

In Part 3 of KNI's series on believing organizations that help the poor in Israel we highlight the humanitarian work of Christ Church Jerusalem Mercy Fund, One for Israel, Joshua Fund and Dugit.

Jews, Christians join in ‘historic’ Knesset-hosted Bible study

In what some are calling a fulfillment of scripture, 200 Christians and Israeli Jews met in Israel’s Knesset at the end of February to study the Bible together.

Three powerful points on Purim

Ron writes, "This week in Israel, we celebrate the story of Esther. It is an all too familiar theme of a world leader seeking to carry out genocide against the Jewish people. I want to look at the three central characters and learn one thing from each of them."

Anti-semitic incidents in US rise nearly 60% in 2017

According to the Anti-Defamation League's latest report, harassment, threats and vandalism targeting Jews rose by nearly 60 percent in 2017. It's the largest rise on record in a single year and the second highest since the ADL began tracking anti-Semitic incidents in America in the 1970s.

Purim dress up craze in Israel

For those who have even a cursory knowledge of the book of Esther, it is clear that nothing even remotely resembling these themes is to be found within the scroll. So, how did dressing up become the emphasis of Purim?
KNI Israel Prayer Corner

KNI Israel Prayer Corner :: Feb 27, 2018

Prayer for Community News Purim upcoming and the 'Haman' threat still lives. Even as we write, there is breaking news of arrests of terrorists who...

Messianic couple welcomes legal victory in Israel

In a direct challenge to Ministry of Interior policy, an Israeli court of appeals has ruled in favor of a Messianic couple in a family reunification case.

Christian Embassy supports US embassy move, cites ‘diplomatic missteps’ of other nations

The International Christian Embassy (ICEJ) voiced its support for the planned move of the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem and cited "diplomatic missteps" made by eight nations that have opposed the move.

U.S. State Department confirms May opening of Jerusalem embassy

The U.S. State Department officially confirmed that the U.S. will relocate its embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem in May to coincide with Israel's 70th Independence Day on May 14.

‘Isaiah’ seal: More evidence of Biblical narrative

Archaeologists believe they may have found another piece of evidence that confirms the Bible narrative. Hebrew University of Jerusalem archaeologist Dr. Eilat Mazar presented her team's findings on a clay seal, called a bulla, which may have belonged to the biblical prophet Isaiah.