Archive for World News

Middle East Peace Talks Frustrate Obama

Apr 14, 2010 No Comments

14th April, 2010 Was it pressure from within his own party of Democrats? Was it pressure from the American people? Was it a sudden case of reality that inspired President Obama to show frustration over the prospect of peace in the Middle East? Immediately after the Obama Nuclear Forum, the President displayed angst over the […]

Read more

Seven ways to defend Jerusalem

Apr 12, 2010 No Comments

We cannot and must not sit back and passively watch events unfold. Each of us has a role to play to ensure that Jerusalem is never divided again  
 
 On Saturday, Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Salam Fayyad threw down the gauntlet. Speaking to Christian pilgrims during Easter celebrations in Bethlehem, he vowed that Israel’s capital would be […]

Read more

Students Against ‘the Year of our Lord.”

Apr 12, 2010 No Comments

University students really enjoy ‘pushing the envelope.’ A group who attend Trinity University, San Antonio, are lobbying trustees to drop ‘Our Lord’ from their diplomas. I visited the Trinity University website (http://web.trinity.edu/) and found the ‘Diploma Language’ debate was a major item which stimulated a more in-depth and even more inclusive discussion. Their story says, […]

Read more

Threats Target Israel, USA and World Peace

Apr 04, 2010 No Comments

4th April, 2010 Over the Easter weekend Christians gathered in Jerusalem to worship and adore the Lord. As these events took place, enemies of Israel gave vent to their passions. Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad said Saturday that the Palestinian people will celebrate the Holy Fire vigil in Jerusalem next year. Speaking at the end […]

Read more

Arab League: “Iran a Brotherly Country”

Mar 29, 2010 No Comments

By Ron Ross, 29th March, 2010. Amr Moussa, the head of the 22-nation Arab League  (pictured) has called for closer ties with Iran. During the two-day conference, heads of Arab states expressed concern over the Iranian nuclear program. “I realize that some are worried about Iran but that is precisely why we need the dialogue,” […]

Read more

A Letter to Prime Minister Netanyahu

Mar 27, 2010 No Comments

Michael Freund is a friend of mine. He is the founding director of Shavei Israel, based in Jerusalem. This week he sent this letter to the Israeli Prime Minister. Dear Prime Minister Netanyahu, I am writing to you from the village of Churachandpur, in the farthest reaches of northeastern India, where I am visiting with […]

Read more