Tagged with "Christians in Israel"
  • Jerusalem

    A smart move, a just move: Trump recognises Jerusalem

    President Donald Trump on Wednesday recognised that the Eiffel Tower is in Paris, that the Pope is indeed a Catholic, and that Jerusalem is the capital of the State of Israel. Rumour has it that he will soon break precedent with world leaders everywhere and declare that the square root of nine is three

    by the commentator -  7 December 2017
  • Arch_de_triomphe

    An indulgent, damaging MidEast "peace" conference

    The so called "peace conference" in Paris is nothing of the sort. It is yet another event that confirms the world's self-imposed ignorance about the real cause of the Israel-Palestine conflict which is Palestinian rejectionism

    by Michael Curtis - 15 January 2017
  • Church_of_holy_sepulchre

    Amid the bad news in 2016, 2 miracles for Israel

    The Christian world has a sometimes contradictory relationship with Israel and the Jewish people. For all the problems of 2016, there were some truly positive developments including a potentially landmark book on Christians and Jews

    by Dexter Van Zile - 13 January 2017
  • Al_tayyeb__grand_imam_of_al_azhar_university

    A miracle in Bossey

    After the Holocaust in Europe, Christians started to do the tough work of unpacking the relationship between the New Testament, Christian theology and the history of antisemitism in Western civilization. It is time for scholars at Al Azhar University to start doing the heavy lifting and confront the relationship between Islamic sources and the catastrophe unfolding in the Middle East today

    by Dexter Van Zile - 10 October 2016
  • Bernie_sanders

    Bernie Sanders and his strange take on Israel

    Bernie Sanders, for all his fulminations about the “establishment”, political and financial, is on the Israel issue the epitome of fashionable, and sometimes bigoted, political correctness

    by Michael Curtis - 18 April 2016
  • Unrwa_in_gaza

    Will Chris Gunness ever be held to account?

    The UNRWA's spokesperson is assisting in Hamas's "dead baby strategy". This bias is intolerable and violates UNRWA's own policies on neutrality. When will this outrage be brought to an end?

    by Dexter Van Zile -  4 September 2015
  • Church_of_nativity

    Arab Christian leaders: Same old song and dance on Israel

    When one pauses to reflect on what significant Arab Christian leaders have been saying about the problems in the Middle East these past few years, one throws up one's hands in despair. You guessed it. Their real complaint is with Israel

    by Dexter Van Zile -  8 August 2015
  • The_siege

    Truth under siege from Artists for Palestine

    The abuse of art by anti-Israeli activists has reared its ugly head in London again. If this was the usual suspects it wouldn't be so bad. But mainstream actors and taxpayers' money add a sinister new twist to on old hatred

    by Michael Curtis - 26 May 2015
  • Abbas_latest

    The two-state delusion

    The liberal-Left in Britain, and elsewhere, is engaged in willful blindness about Israel's ability to forge a two-state solution. The reality is that it isn't in Israel's gift to bring one about because the Palestinians always reject it. It's time the West woke up

    by Jeremy Havardi - 25 March 2015
  • Bibi_victory

    Victory for Netanyahu and success all round for Israel

    When it came down to putting envelopes in boxes, “King Bibi” was the candidate who has shown a willingness to face up to international pressure (particularly from the US) and not to back down on the nation’s security in successive failed peace talks with the rejectionist Palestinians

    by Nick Gray - 18 March 2015
  • Stephen_sizer

    Anti-Israel Anglican vicar “temporarily unavailable”

    Amazing as it may sound, vicars in the Church of England can actually go too far in their hostility to Israel. Rev Sizer's website link to a 9/11 conspiracy theory blaming Israel for the attacks has got him into big trouble

    by Nick Gray - 16 February 2015
  • Persecuted_christians

    Muslim persecution of Christians: A 1,400 year tradition

    Muslim persecution of Christians exists in 40 nations today as part of a continuum -- or “tradition” -- that started nearly 14 centuries ago. A new study shows a horrific reality that you just won't read in our mainstream media

    by Raymond Ibrahim -  6 February 2015
  • Israeli_war_of_independence

    The Peters Principle on the Middle East conflict

    The Peters Principle is really concerned with the “flight from fact,” -- the assault on truth, justice and reason associated with the attempt to delegitimise Israel. The crucial fact is that the Palestinian narrative is largely false. The Jews have the prior claim to the land

    by Michael Curtis -  9 January 2015
  • Unhrc

    A crazy dream about the world and Israel

    In Professor Curtis's dream, the United Nations actually cared about human rights, and not just demonising Israel. It was as if reason and decency had broken out across the world. What a crazy dream!

    by Michael Curtis - 30 December 2014
  • Bethlehem

    Spare a Christmas prayer for the suffering MidEast Christians

    This Christmas, spare a prayer for the persecuted Christians of the Middle East, oppressed and terrified as never before. They need to know that our thoughts are with them

    by Nick Gray - 25 December 2014