Kehila News Israel Staff

Kehila News Israel Staff
The Kehila News Staff is a team of Israeli believers in Yeshua. The Kehila News Staff is a team of Israeli believers in Yeshua.

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.

Netanyahu to Trump: Israel proud of growing and thriving Christian community

U.S. President Donald Trump arrived in Israel on Monday afternoon, kicking off a 28-hour visit to the Jewish state with a warm reception at Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv from Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Rueven Rivlin.

Israeli company run by believers seeking to grow

In February 2017, KNI posted an article about an innovative new company run by Messianic believers in Israel. In order to continue to grow the company is seeking support. Click here to visit the Headstart campaign.

US ambassador arrives to Israel amid diplomatic controversy

U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman began his first official visit to the Jewish state on Tuesday, arriving amid controversial reports that an American diplomat in Israel charged that the Western Wall - Judaism's holiest site - was in the West Bank, not Israel.

Officer injured, assailant killed in Jerusalem Old City attack on Shabbat

A Jordanian citizen was shot and killed after he stabbed an Israeli police officer near Jerusalem’s Old City early on Shabbat, police said.

Dutch Christian artist captures Europe’s attention for Holocaust-inspired art

Artist Jip Wijngaarden, born in Amsterdam in 1964, was around 14 years old when she found a weathered copy of The Diary of Anne Frank in between two walls of their home. It became her treasure.

Repeat British royal snub to Israel

This week, the Sun tabloid quashed the hopes and silenced the rumors when they reported that the first in line to the British throne will not be visiting Israel as the British Foreign Office has curtailed his trip.

Protests continue in Dimona against ‘Christian’ missionaries

Since KNI reported on the demonstrations in Dimona last week, the Israeli news site Walla! picked up on the story, reporting on the ongoing protests spearheaded by the anti-missionary activist group Yad L’Achim against believers who recently opened a meeting place downtown.

Anti-Israel human rights group opposes Hamas over Israelis held in Gaza

Human Rights Watch, a non-governmental organization that usually displays bias against Israel, released a report saying that the detention of two Israelis who are mentally ill in the Gaza strip is illegal and that the men should be released.

After rocky two weeks, German president affirms ‘special’ bond with Israel

After a diplomatic row between Israeli and German officials in recent weeks, German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier reassured Israeli leaders that the bond between the two countries was "an honorable and special relationship."

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