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There are close to 200,000 Holocaust survivors still alive in Israel, and nearly one-fourth of them are living below the poverty line. The ICEJ-sponsored Haifa Home for Holocaust Survivors is a special place that provides emotional and physical...
Fifty years removed, it is hard for us to imagine today the painful division of Jerusalem between 1948 and 1967. Israel’s capital city is now so bustling and alive. But old-timers will tell you that life was extremely difficult here during...
In mid-February, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visited Washington DC to meet with senior US officials including newly elected President Donald J. Trump. Many issues were discussed, including Iran and the perennial conflict with the...
The time has come for the Jewish people to make Aliyah (Hebrew: ascension) to Israel. Our mandate is to ensure every Jew is able to do so.To bring Jews home is the greatest investment for the nation of Israel. New immigrants come to Israel not to...
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu paid a visit to the International Christian Embassy in Jerusalem on December 21st to deliver his annual Christmas and New Year’s Greeting to the Christian world. Netanyahu’s traditional Christmas...
The prophet Joel saw three great developments before the coming of “the great and terrible day of the Lord.” First, he saw the Spirit of God being poured out on all flesh—a revival that would cover the whole earth (Joel 2:28ff)....
In the new year of 2017, we will pass several important milestones for Christians who support Israel. For instance, it has been 500 years since the start of the Protestant Reformation in October 1517, when Christians could read the Bible in their...
The International Christian Embassy Jerusalem has been receiving wide coverage in the Israeli press over the past year, with the major media outlets reporting on the work and impact of the ICEJ every week in 2016. This has included the main...
In November, Israel was beset by hundreds of wildfires, many of them deliberately set. The worst fires swept through the city of Haifa, forcing 70,000 residents to evacuate their neighborhoods. Hundreds of apartment buildings were severely damaged...
In September, about four hundred people assembled at Wenceslas Square in the center of Prague to protest the Czech Ministry of Education’s decision to identify Tel Aviv as the capital of the State of Israel in future Czech geography...

 

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