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.

Giving up fame of modeling to enlist in Israeli army

James Hirshfield, 31, is the grandson of a Polish Holocaust survivor. Hirshfield, who is employed by Hugo Boss, said he became interested in Israel during Operation Protective Edge in 2014.

US reconsidering Obama’s parting gift of $200 million to PA

In the waning moments of his presidential tenure, Barack Obama transferred more than $200 million to the Palestinian Authority, however the State Department is reconsidering the decision.

Joshua and the great eclipse?

When Joshua called on God to help the Israelites win a battle against five armies, God answered supernaturally by making the sun stand still and stopping the moon. For many centuries, various theories have attempted to explain what actually happened, if indeed anything at all.

South African opposition leader visits Israel

In what could be seen as flagrant disregard or an act of defiance, the leader of South Africa’s opposition party, Mmusi Aloysias Maimane, visited Israel just two days after the South African president called for a boycott of travel to Israel.

Paris Peace Conference 2017- much ado about nothing?

Despite much stir leading up to the event, the one-day Paris Peace Conference of 2017 convened and ended on Sunday with mixed and contradictory reactions across the political spectrum from observers and attendees - and much blame for lack of peace on Israeli settlements.

Will Trump move the US Embassy to Jerusalem?

When countries have diplomatic ties, embassies and consulates are established in capital cities of host countries facilitating not only traveling citizens, but playing a larger role in political, economic and cultural matters between the countries.

American Colony in Jaffa celebrates 150th anniversary

With modern Jewish Zionism formally recognized and growing in Europe, Christian Zionism made an appearance in 1866 in the most unlikely of locations...

Israel will not return Hamas terrorists’ bodies

Israel’s Security Cabinet announced it would be burying the bodies of Hamas militants that were killed during attacks on Israelis instead of releasing them to their families. The decision earlier this week was made following Hamas’ release of a mock birthday celebration video for an Israeli soldier who was killed in Gaza in 2014.

A Hanukkah miracle: Hikers discover menorah engraving in Judean hills

The Israel Antiquities Authority announced the discovery by hikers over the Hanukkah weekend an ancient engraving of menorah, a seven-branched lamp stand, on the...

Archaeology: 2016 – a year of proving God’s promises

The Gregorian calendar is fast drawing to a close summing up a year of discoveries in Israel in the field of archaeology that provide evidence of God’s promises and Jewish ties to Israel, their biblical and historic homeland.