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.

Irish conference questions Israel’s legitimacy and right to exist

Cork City Hall and University College Cork in Ireland are hosting a conference that embraces and promotes criticism of Israel while questioning the nation's right to exists in the name of open debate and academic freedom.

Journalist changes opinion during fact-finding trip to Israel

A Canadian journalist, Faith Goldy, came to the Holy Land on a fact-finding mission but it developed into myth-busting when she discovered that what is portrayed by the mainstream media was not the reality she saw on the ground.

Archaeological clues shed life on Yeshua’s life

With Easter coming up, the IAA has opened its warehouse of treasure troves in Beit Shemesh for reporters to view artifacts that date as far back as the time of Yeshua.

Abundant Life: Choosing – and sustaining – life

Abundant Life, a non-profit organization in Israel, fights for the protection of a mother and the unborn baby in her womb - and then supports in practical ways mothers who have chosen life.

Jerusalem Institute of Justice sues Hamas at the Hague

For the past five years, the PA has threatened to take Israel to the International Criminal Court for alleged war crimes. Last week, the tables were turned when JIJ CEO Calev Myers, an Israeli lawyer, filed a complaint against the outgoing Hamas leader for war crimes against not only Israelis but Palestinian citizens as well.

Israeli child takes over UN, promises sweeping reforms

Secretary General António Guterres stressed that his successor, four-year-old Eliyav Mishehu of Jerusalem, will be ideal for the post, quoting the UN's stated position expressed in January that "putting youth in leadership positions always pays off."

Purim: Remembering threats against, miracles for the Jewish people

The origin of this holiday is biblical. The Book of Esther, also known as a megilah or scroll, is divided into nine chapters. The dominant theme is the heroism of a Jewish woman who saved her people from impending destruction.

Female officer appointed commander of an elite army unit

In a first for the Israeli army, a female officer in the Israel Defense Forces was appointed appointed the deputy commander of a battalion that is being created. 32-year-old Major Dana Ben-Ezra is the first woman to attain leadership of a combat unit.

Israel’s positive influence on the continent of Africa

Avocado consumption is soaring worldwide and Ethiopia has become one of the top 20 producers of this fruit in the world. For that, the African nation can thank Israel.

Hong Kong couple generously assists Ethiopian aliyah

Last year the couple visited both Ethiopia and Israel to meet the Falash Mura still waiting to come to Israel, and nearly 1,400 new immigrants in Israel that they had sponsored from 2012 to 2013.

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