24 November 2013 - 21 Kislev 5774
WEEK IN REVIEW: Early Sunday morning Iran reached a deal with the so called P5+1. The deal reportedly lifts financial sanctions against Iran for not enriching uranium beyond levels needed to produce electricity. Israel says the deal is based on lies and delusion.
18 November 2013 - 15 Kislev 5774
WEEK IN REVIEW: In Matthew 24, the disciples ask Messiah Yeshua for signs that He is returning. Yeshua gives us quite a list of markers for which to watch. At the end of the birth pang list, Yeshua says: “And this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations; and then shall the end come.” The president of translator Wycliffe USA says: “The last translator for the last Bible translation program is alive somewhere in the world today. We can see the finish line.”
10 November 2013 - 7 Kislev 5774
WEEK IN REVIEW: For Middle East watchers, the news of the week was the nuclear deal with Iran that almost was. Israel loudly condemned any compromise with the nation that in the past has said it wants to wipe Israel from the map. Saudi Arabia, meanwhile, reportedly went shopping for its own nuclear weapons.
15 September 2013 - 11 Tishre 5774
WEEK IN REVIEW: U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov have announced that Syria has one week to list all its chemical weapons as well as their locations. Inspections must be done by November. All chemical weapons must be removed or destroyed by the middle of next year. What does this mean for Israel, Russia and the region?
9 September 2013 - 5 Tishre 5774
WEEK IN REVIEW: The world waits to see if the United States will launch a punitive attack on the regime of Bashar Assad of Syria. The whole Senate is expected to vote by the end of this week. The House of Representatives reportedly won’t give their say until next week. We must pray; but on these global issues, it is imperative that we listen for God’s agenda.
6 September 2013 - 2 Tishre 5774
Russia has successfully neutralized the United Nations. With its veto in the Security Council, the U.N. will do nothing to save Syrian lives. Who does the U.S. have on its side? Perhaps France, and a few mealy-mouthed Arab dictators — like Saudi Arabia. The duel between the U.S. and Russia went into full swing Thursday, as the G20 met.
4 September 2013 - 29 Elul 5773
I want to introduce you to Calev Myers. Myers is the founder of Jerusalem Institute of Justice. In the embedded interview with i24 News, Meyers is questioning why the United States wants to engage Syria now when before the chemical attack that killed 1,400 the United Nations had calculated that more than 100,000 had already died.
2 September 2013 - 27 Elul 5773
WEEK IN REVIEW: It was a bit of a roller-coaster week for many living in the Middle East. France, Britain and the United States started the week with strong talk of punishing Syria for a chemical attack that killed 1,400 — 400 of which were children. Britain pulled out of the coalition after Parliament refused to sanction Prime Minister David Cameron. Then, in a surprise to even President Barak Obama’s advisers, he decided to ask Congress to vote on striking Syria
30 August 2013 - 24 Elul 5773
Israelis are waiting in lines for hours for government-issued gas masks even as a U.S.-led strike on Syria is in a holding pattern after the UK parliament votes against cooperating. This Friday evening, Orthodox Israelis will be praying earnestly for God’s mercy on our nation. Across our nation, the Messianic Jews and born-again Israeli Arabs will be seeking God’s favor in our congregational services. We ask you to join in prayer that God will be jealous for His people, in spite of our sin.
25 August 2013 - 19 Elul 5773
WEEK IN REVIEW: The world is buzzing from what appears to be a massive chemical attack in the suburbs of Damascus on Wednesday. Syrian rebels report more than 1,300 dead, while Doctors Without Borders confirms at least 355 dead from “neurotoxic symptoms”, according to an AFP report. Britain and the U.S. are talking about how to intervene while Syrian officials warn that any outside involvement will set the Middle East on fire.