When Will Gaza Learn Terrorism Doesn’t Pay

Taking Israel Out of the Bible

A Note to the Media – Count Bombs Rather than Bodies

The media has it all wrong.  They are failing to provide accurate information so it is time it was provided to them.

First of all, the world grieves for the wounded and dead Palestinians but the blame does not belong to Israel – it belongs squarely on the shoulders of Hamas who use their own people as human shields to protect their weapons. Simply stated, Israel uses her weapons to protect her people but Hamas uses their people to protect their weapons. 

Kerry and the “Merry-go-Round” of History

Finding Hope in the Faithfulness of God

Israelis are Givers; Palestinians are Takers

Radical Islam Miscalculates Israel’s Patience

Rewarding Terrorists with U.S. Tax Dollars

Anyone paying the slightest attention is shaking their heads in disbelief over developments between two Middle East neighbors, the Israelis and Palestinians. The circumstances become more worrisome with a third party halfway around the world meddling in their affairs, the United States.   Will President Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry act according to U. S. law or defy it? 

Evangelical Christians Greatly Puzzled by Livni’s Actions

The Evangelical Christians of the world are the most ardent supporters of Israel.  They are puzzled to say the very least as to how a member of Prime Minister Netanyahu’s coalition, namely Tzipi Livni, could take independent actions with brazen disregard of the Israeli government’s position concerning the Hamas allied PLO.  Those of us who are not citizens of Israel and pay no taxes to Israel recognize that we do not have a voice in how the Israeli government functions but as observers we have noted Minister Livni’s actions which have left the Justice Minister caricatured as a fairy tale figure with an impotent mantra against a house of bricks.  Her actions are, indeed, puzzling.

Will Pope Bring Blessings or Curses to the Catholic Church?

Pope Francis will be welcomed to the Holy Land by Israel on May 25, 2014.  His visit will, no doubt, be touted by the press as a renewed call for peace and reconciliation among the diverse and divided population who call this place home.  His visit brings to mind the long and turbulent history of Christianity’s connection to Israel. The Pope is supposedly bringing with him a message of unity and peace however it is not for everyone.  Reports state that he is planning to meet with the Mufti of Jerusalem on Israel's holiest site, the Temple Mount.  What a slap in the face to Israel.  Clearly the Pope seems to be aligning himself with the Palestinians.