Jerusalem Gothic

Americai?

  A Russian-born Israeli friend asked us recently, “Is there going to be civil war in America?” As odd as that question seemed to my wife and me, two American expatriates living in Israel whose entire childhoods passed under an umbrella of seemingly unshakeable...

Antisemitism in 2020: A Year in Review

A myriad of events describe the unprecedented year which was 2020. Events such as the race riots, the pandemic and the elections are just three. It could also be argued that 2020 will be remembered as the year when we became the Divided States of America.*****...

A Persian Purim

The story of Purim dates back to the 4th century BCE during the Babylonian exile of the Jews from Israel. Most people are familiar with the dramatic tale of Queen Esther and how she and her Uncle Mordechai rescued the Jews from imminent destruction under King...

Tree of Life Ministries Israel, Haifa

Go, make disciples, baptize, teach. These are the essence of the resurrected Messiah’s instructions to His followers proclaimed in Galilee 2,000 years ago; the “Great Commission” of Matthew 28. Disciples are to go and spread the gospel throughout the nations of the...

From Crisis to Opportunity

Many would agree that 2020 was an unprecedented year with a worldwide pandemic, a contentious election, riots in many of our cities, and uncertainty about the future. As 2021 is on the horizon, it’s important to remember we can trust an unknown future to a known G-d....

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First UAE Article

First UAE Article

“Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is a political magician who has run out of tricks, and his stubbornness is stopping the Israeli right from winning convincingly and governing the country,” wrote Shalom Lipner, Senior Fellow of the Middle East program at the...

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Lockdown, Part 2

Lockdown, Part 2

Israel is locked down again. Some restaurant owners here smashed plates in the streets to protest the nation’s second round of coronavirus restrictions. Other citizens simply went without pizza. Upon learning that just under 12% of recent, ongoing nationwide COVID-19...

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Measure of a Man

Measure of a Man

“The measure of a man is not so much how tall he stands but how low he kneels.” Paul Liberman is the past president of the Messianic Jewish Alliance of America (MJAA), the co-founder of Beth Messiah Messianic Congregation in Washington D.C. and Tree of Life in San...

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A Time to Be Silent

A Time to Be Silent

Three thousand years ago King David’s son spoke these words in Jerusalem: “There is a time to be silent and a time to speak” (Ecclesiastes 3:1-8). The recent murder of George Floyd in the U.S. catalyzed sobering results. It is time to speak out about how America got...

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New Media, Ancient Libels

New Media, Ancient Libels

On an otherwise ordinary day at a railroad station in Baltimore, Maryland, over one hundred fifty years before anyone had laid eyes on an iPhone, American inventor, Alfred Vail, sat beside a device he had developed with his partner, Samuel Morse. While listening to a...

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Fall Feasts Bornstein

Fall Feasts Bornstein

- By Fanny Bornstein -  Celebrating the fall festivals in the Land of Israel, beginning with Rosh HaShanah and ending with Sukkot, is like no other experience in life. The stores exhibit beautifully decorated window displays that include large gift baskets full of...

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What next? Israel has a sail-in theater!

What next? Israel has a sail-in theater!

  By Cliff Keller — While in Tel Aviv, why not catch a movie on a boat? Israel joined the elite ranks of Canada’s Port Toronto and Washington State’s Port of Everett this month when the Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality launched (to use a nautical term) this country's...

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A Brand New Normal

A Brand New Normal

A Brand New Normal  By Suzy Linett Countless conversations are occurring from people around the globe during this unusual season of the Covid-19 pandemic and most recently the unrest occurring around the world. A longing is expressed and questions are being asked,...

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Inside Out

Inside Out

By Joe Miterko The Young Messianic Jewish Alliance made history this spring by successfully creating and then experiencing the first online virtual retreat. From April 17 through April 19, youth from all over the world met on Zoom—some people skeptical, some people...

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On “Loving” Israel

On “Loving” Israel

On “Loving” Israel By Donna Diorio Israeli Messianic Jews have been caught between a rock and a hard place as Christian Zionist organizations continue to increase their influence and favor, raising enormous funds through Christians around the world for the benefit of...

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