Dee Catz


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Israeli-born Dee Catz is a Jewish believer in Yeshua, happily married with children. She has an interest in cooking and baking and all things Biblical. History, Geography, and Archaeology are some of her favorite hobbies, as well as touring Israel's national parks and landmark sites with her family and friends. She has been contributing to Kehila News Israel since December 2015. Israeli-born Dee Catz is a Jewish believer in Yeshua, happily married with children. She has an interest in cooking and baking and all things Biblical. History, Geography, and Archaeology are some of her favorite hobbies, as well as touring Israel's national parks and landmark sites with her family and friends. She has been contributing to Kehila News Israel since December 2015.

Messianic push back at Tel Aviv gay pride parade

When the 19th annual Pride Parade was held on the streets of Tel Aviv in the name of celebrating pluralism and “bisexual visibility,” it attracted 200,000 participants — including 30,000 from abroad — and was billed as the largest procession of its kind in the Middle East and Asia.
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Jerusalem Encounter connects local body with believers around the world

After much preparation and anticipation, the second Jerusalem Encounter conference convened last week as Wayne Hilsden, founder and president of the Fellowship of Israel Related Ministries (FIRM), warmly welcoming hundreds of guests.

Nikki Haley repeats call to UN Human Rights Council to end anti-Israel bias 

Haley has proved herself to be a firm and true friend of the Jewish state. Leading up to her visit to Israel, Haley called on the UN Human Rights Council to desist from exhibiting explicit anti-Israel bias if it wanted to maintain its integrity and credibility.

The Shelter Hostel, run by believers, lives up to its name in Eilat

KNI spoke with The Shelter’s Judy Pex. Pex and her husband John are the masterminds behind the unique project that has impacted many thousands of lives over the last 30 years.

Israel, Senegal begin mending broken relationship

While a host of African and Middle Eastern nations surprisingly severed diplomatic ties with Qatar this week, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was in Africa on Sunday forging diplomatic friendships and healing rifts.

East Jerusalem to receive much needed infrastructure improvements

The Israeli government gave the go-ahead for a multi-million shekel plan to revamp the infrastructure of the predominantly Arab neighborhoods in the area known as East Jerusalem. The decision came on May 24, Jerusalem Day.

A healthier but poorer Israel

The Taub Center for Social Policy Studies in Israel published a report this week presenting its most recent study, Picture of the Nation 2017, making it clear that Israel’s current sources of economic growth are completely unsustainable.

Celebrating Shavuot in Israel

Israelis are making preparations to celebrate Shavuot, the last of the commanded biblical spring feasts, beginning on Tuesday evening and continuing through to the following evening.

Messianic soldier receives Israeli Presidential Award for Excellence

This year, Mark Lampert, a believer who attends a congregation in Beersheba, was one of the recipients of the Presidential Award for Excellence, given at the President's Residence in Jerusalem. KNI spoke with Lampert to find out more.

Update: Injured Messianic soldier’s condition improves, grateful for prayers

In February, KNI reported on David B., a Messianic Israeli soldier and worship leader who was injured in combat. Three months later, David enthusiastically agreed to share an update with us.

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