Israel accepts Quartet peace plan

JERUSALEM (JWN)—Israel’s inner cabinet decided today to accept last week’s proposal by the Quartet bodies—the US, UN, EU, and Russia—to resume direct negotiations with the Palestinian Authority within … [Read more...]

No harmony with Quartet

JERUSALEM (JWN and agencies)—Contrary to expectations, the eight-member inner cabinet last night failed to reach agreement on endorsing the Quartet’s proposal for renewing peace talks with … [Read more...]

Israel: The next move

By Mike Evans Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas stood before the United Nations, holding in his hand an application for statehood. World leaders, foreign ministers, and ambassadors … [Read more...]

Jews and Evangelicals lead Durban III protests

    UNITED NATIONS (JWN and agencies) – In contrast to widespread concern that yesterday’s Durban Review Conference at the United Nations would be another international hate-fest … [Read more...]

Obama: No shortcut to Israeli-Palestinian peace

UNITED NATIONS (JWN) – In a wide-ranging speech to the General Assembly on the state of the world, US President Barack Obama yesterday stressed to world leaders America’s commitment to break the … [Read more...]

Crucifying Israel at the UN

By Mike Evans In just a few hours, Durban III will be held in New York City. Imagine with me what was going on in the spirit-realm during the Crucifixion of Jesus Christ. That is the best example I … [Read more...]

The Christian communities of Israel

By Yishai Eldar (Ministry of Foreign Affairs) The history of the Christian communities in the Land of Israel begins with the life and ministry of Jesus of Nazareth. After his death, the early … [Read more...]

Egypt extends remand of American-Israeli ‘spy’

CAIRO (JWN) -- An Egyptian court has extended the remand of American-Israeli citizen Ilan Grapel, accused of spying for the Mossad, by 45 days, the Cairo daily Al Ahram reported late last week. The … [Read more...]

Turkish president: Israel ungrateful to its allies

ISTANBUL (JWN) --Turkish President Abdullah Gül declared Thursday that Israel is "an ungrateful burden to its allies," according to a report in the Turkish newspaper Hurriyet Daily News. Speaking … [Read more...]

New airport planned for southern Israel (video)

JERUSALEM (JWN) - The Ministry of Tourism this week announced plans to open a new international airport in three years' time at Timna, 11 miles north of Eilat. The facility will be able to handle the … [Read more...]

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