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Written by our select range of authors from Australia and overseas – originally featured in Israel & Christians Today.
The Coronavirus Sabbath Rest

The Coronavirus Sabbath Rest

With the global sweep of the coronavirus pandemic, our world has suddenly changed. Normal life is no longer normal and probably never will be again. The planet is undergoing violent shakings of illness and death with a massive economic fallout that leaves us all reeling. However, there are positives that have come out of this worldwide wake-up call.

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Benjamin ‘Bibi’ Netanyahu: From Commando to Commander

Benjamin ‘Bibi’ Netanyahu: From Commando to Commander

Dr H. V. Evatt (Australia) president of the United Nations welcomed Israel as a UN member May 11, 1949 at 3p.m. Fifty four Governments, including forty-five Members recognised Israel in their vote. Fifty years before Theodore Herzl envisaged the Jewish state. This UN decision was seen as ‘awesome’, ‘significant’ and an acknowledgement of  international ‘equality.’

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Corona Virus, Israel and the End Times

Corona Virus, Israel and the End Times

The Corona Virus epidemic has dominated international headlines for months and has resulted in over 300’000 deaths globally as of May 2020. Looking beyond the headlines, this article will look briefly at the dark agendas which are trying to manipulate the crisis for their own gains, before turning to the exciting news of what God has been doing in this season in Israel and the nations.

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The Amazing Foreshadowing of the Passover

The Amazing Foreshadowing of the Passover

The word co-incidence is, according to the rabbis, not a kosher word. Indeed, as we examine the striking parallels between the Passover and Jesus’ death for us on the cross, we can see nothing less than the very hand of God at work orchestrating the details according to His sovereign plan.

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Political Deadlock and the Rise of the Israeli Arab Vote

Political Deadlock and the Rise of the Israeli Arab Vote

We’re in the silly season between election number three and the festival of Purim. So many things may change by the time this article is read and if it wasn’t so serious, we could call the current events in Israel a Purim spiel. Despite predictions of voter fatigue—turnout has steadily increased over the three elections to a now 20 year record of 71.32%. But currently we have a stalemate.

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Keith Buxton: Shoulder to Shoulder with Israel

Keith Buxton: Shoulder to Shoulder with Israel

March 11, 2011. Shabbat night. What should have been a night of quiet and peace was shattered forever when 12-year-old Tamar Fogel returned home to a scene of horrifying carnage: Her house had been trashed and her parents, two brothers, and infant sister had been ruthlessly, brutally murdered. Extremist Arab terrorism had lunged at the Fogel family, and life in Israel—for everyone—would never be the same. It was on the heels of this unspeakable tragedy, amid the international eruption that followed, that Keith Buxton found himself in Israel with CFOIC Heartland, standing on a hilltop deep in Samaria just outside the community of Itamar. 

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