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.

New album released in Portuguese and Hebrew – DESPERTA (Wake Up)

Thais Schucman is a worship leader at Shemen Sasson congregation in Jerusalem and recently released a new album entitled “DESPERTA” which means "wake up"....

With return of Syrian regime, IDF ends humanitarian mission to Syria

After several years of being a “good neighbor” the Israeli army has announced that it is ending its humanitarian mission of supplying food and other goods to Syria during its civil war.

Israel advocate, father killed in terror attack

A 17-year-old Palestinian from a town near Hebron stabbed Fuld in the back then fled. Fuld chased his assailant and opened fire before succumbing to his wounds. The attacker was taken to the hospital with multiple gunshot wounds.

Israel welcomes US move to close PLO’s DC office

Prime Minister Netanyahu ended the two-day Rosh Hashanah holiday Tuesday night by praising the “correct decision” made by the United States earlier in the week to shut down the offices of the PLO in Washington.

This Sukkot, Vision for Israel to highlight local believers

The VFI celebration of Sukkot will take place at The Pavilion, an auditorium in the Clal Building in downtown Jerusalem, from Sept. 25 to 27. An emphasis this year will be placed on the Body of Messiah in Israel.

Israel praises US decision to cut aid to Palestinian refugee organisation

Israel praised and welcomed the United States’ decision to cut off funding to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine refugees (UNRWA).

US signals new pro-Israel shift in policy

Signaling yet another major policy shift in the American approach to the Israel-Palestinian conflict, U.S. Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley said the Palestinian claims to a “right of return” should be off the negotiating table.

Local Messianic org, Jospeh Project provide relief, fun for kids living near Gaza

The Joseph Project partnered with a local humanitarian aid organization in Sderot to bring relief and fun to southern Israel’s residents who have been living in a constant state of tension due to sporadic rocket attacks and kite warfare.

Rocket barrage raises tensions in southern Israel

Israelis in the South were forced to relocate day camps to bomb shelters or close them altogether as nearly 200 rockets were fired at Israel in one day, injuring seven people and damaging buildings in the region yesterday.

Pray for Rain: Israel’s dry spell a five-year drought

Israel is is experiencing a five-year drought that is drying out several crucial bodies of water, causing a struggle for farmers trying to produce successful crops and having a ripple effect on the economy.