Messianic Judaism

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The Jewish people have been wandering for two millennia, scattered to all four corners of the earth, inhabiting almost every country in the world. Of course, the Jews living in all respective countries have not only adapted to a level of that culture, but they have also […]

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Drought in Israel, a Week of Calm with Gaza

A week of calm gives hope that the Israel-Hamas ceasefire is holding. Meanwhile, Israel’s record-long drought is on the verge of causing irreparable damage, but there is a plan. Plus, a legal battle concludes, allowing the treatment of Hamas relatives in Israeli hospitals. Sixth Year of Drought […]

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A Gaza Deal Depends on Ceasefire, Israel Greets Baby Boom, Nation-State Law Protests and more…

A delicate ceasefire is the key to a promising deal for peace. Meanwhile, a baby boom is overwhelming Israeli hospitals, protestors are rallying against the nation-state law, and new mining regulations could mean life for the Dead Sea. Gaza’s Delicate Cease Fire After a week of intense […]

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