Tag: Standing with Israel

Vineyards shrivels in the sun following agro-terrorism raids where the vines are intentionally severed to destroy the grape crop, 2018.

If Only Scarecrows Were Enough

Attempts to generate peaceful coexistence on the part of ancient Israel were met with obstinate refusal to cooperate. Squatters from neighboring lands were committed to hostility and any hope for peaceful resolution was blocked by their premeditated, continuous and unrelenting aggression. Today, it seems nothing’s changed.

Worshipers at the Western Wall celebrating Shavuot in Jerusalem, Israel at dawn, May 26, 2012.

Get Acquainted with Shavuot

Shavuot as described in the New Testament book of Acts marks the birthday of the church. Without the historical background, however, you may be surprised to learn that the festival was inaugurated by Moses and is still joyfully celebrated in Israel some 3,500 years later.

May 14—A Day to Remember!

Two decades and three administrations have passed since Public Law 104–45—Nov. 8, 1995 was approved by Congress. Every six months, presidents have routinely postponed the U.S. Embassy move via waiver for fear of antagonizing Israel’s enemies—a strategy that failed to achieve the objective.