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Tzippe Barrow


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Tzippe Barrow is the CBN News Internet Producer - Jerusalem. She and her husband made aliyah (immigrated to Israel) nearly two decades ago. Barrow hopes that providing a biblical perspective of today’s events in Israel will help people in the nations to better understand the centrality of this state and the Jewish people to God’s unfolding plan of redemption for all mankind. Tzippe Barrow is the CBN News Internet Producer - Jerusalem. She and her husband made aliyah (immigrated to Israel) nearly two decades ago. Barrow hopes that providing a biblical perspective of today’s events in Israel will help people in the nations to better understand the centrality of this state and the Jewish people to God’s unfolding plan of redemption for all mankind.

Netanyahu’s two-headed dilemma: Contain Hamas and save his coalition

Following the decision to accept a ceasefire with Hamas and the subsequent resignation of Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman on Wednesday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu must now address the resulting division within the coalition and between members of his own Likud party.

Remembering Israeli Musician Marc Chopinsky

Born in Philadelphia in 1950, the self-taught guitarist traveled the rock and roll nightclub circuit for 17 years without ever composing a song. All that began to change in the spring of 1981 when he met the Messiah.

‘He is practically saying Jerusalem is for Israel’: Palestinians furious over new Trump move

The Trump administration has decided to relocate its diplomatic mission to the Palestinians, placing it under the authority of the US Embassy in Jerusalem. It means the Palestinian mission will no longer have its own separate channel to Washington.

Knesset Speaker will not address rally marking PM Yitzhak Rabin’s assassination

Twenty-three years after Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin was assassinated at a peace rally, collective memory of the event is still a political hot potato.

Netanyahu thanks Congress as 10-year defense aid package kicks in

On Monday, the US State Department announced the start of the 10-year military defense package, known as the MoU (Memorandum of Understanding), Israel signed in 2016 with the outgoing Obama administration.

With friends like Egypt and Jordan at the UN, does Israel need enemies?

In his remarks before the UN General Assembly in New York Tuesday, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi said the conditions for peace between Israel and the Palestinian Authority are already known. The parties just need to "reach agreement."

Russia-Israel tensions delay Netanyahu departure for UN General Assembly

Before departing, Netanyahu convened the Security Cabinet to discuss recent tensions with Russia over Syria's downing of a Russian Il-20 reconnaissance aircraft last week.

Sukkot reflects longing to tabernacle with God

Sukkot (see Leviticus 23:34-43) is a festive, family holiday. Many Israelis erect a temporary booth (sukka) where they eat their meals and sometimes even sleep in them. It's traditional to invite friends and family to share a meal in the sukka.

August sets new record at Israel’s Ben Gurion Airport

Israel set another 70th anniversary record in August with 2.7 million arrivals and departures at Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion International Airport. It's the airport's biggest month in its history and a 10 percent increase from August 2017, Globes reported.

Israeli schools ‘sideline’ theory of evolution, TV report says

The Times of Israel headlined a story Wednesday, "Israeli schools largely avoid teaching evolution – report."