Kehila News Israel Staff
While Israel is prepared to celebrate the opening of the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem on Monday, Palestinians began a two-day mass protest at various locations including the Gaza border where tensions have been brewing for weeks.
Kicking off what is expected to be a historic and tense week, Israelis celebrated on Sunday the nation’s 51st Jerusalem Day, the annual commemoration of the city’s unification under Israeli rule after the Six-Day War in 1967.
Some 6,000 participants from around the world are expected to visit Jerusalem to attend the march. The march itself is the culmination of a conference taking place May 13 to 15 featuring international speakers, special guests from Israel.
The Jerusalem Post reports that the Trump administration, in return for the official move of the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem on May 14, will demand that Israel withdraw from four Arab neighborhoods in east Jerusalem.
“Iran lied. Big time.” That was the premise of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s bombshell speech on Monday night in which he revealed “half a ton” of secret documents.
The father of a Messianic terrorism victim said he welcomes the news that his son’s attacker is demanding to be released from prison because it presents another opportunity for the name of Yeshua to make headlines in Israel.
The Jerusalem Post is reporting today that Hananya Naftali, an Israeli believer in Yeshua, was hired to be the new deputy social media adviser for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
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