Held from September 19-26, the exhibition held in Bergen was organized by the Interchurch Council of the Church of Norway, Norwegian Church Aid, YWCA-YMCA Global, Norwegian YWCA-YMCA, Quaker Aid, Norwegian Church Academies, Quaker Aid, the Norwegian Christian Student Union, the Karibu Foundation, Sabeel’s Friends and the Church of Sweden in Oslo
“It’s about time we teach the British Empire that their mandate ended 74 years ago and they no longer have any land rights in Jerusalem.”
Nearly 50 years after the Yom Kippur War, the National Library of Israel has released a number of rare photos showing how the festival of Sukkot was celebrated during the conflict, even as war raged in the Sinai and the Golan Heights.A
The Taylor Force Act prohibits transferring funds to the Palestinian Authority while it is paying terrorists, and also prohibits opening PLO offices in Washington. But some deceptive accounting may allow both despite the murderous agenda continuing unabated.
“Why is AOC crying?” one critic tweeted. “Because Jewish and Christian women and children won’t shake in terror as unguided rockets rain down on their homes and schools.”
The passage of the legislation came after an uproar earlier this week when the billion-dollar allocation for the purely defensive system was stripped from a government bill by several progressive Democrats.
According to witnesses, the terrorist tried to open fire but his uzi automatic weapon got tied up.
“It was important to us that our findings could be attributed to the loneliness experienced and that any influence of mental illness could be ruled out as far as possible,” explained lead author Jana Lieberz.
Rep. Doug Lamborn (R-CO) gave an impassioned speech, calling the Democrats’ opposition to funding the Iron Dome “Reprehensible And Anti-Semitic”.
Jim Fleischer, CEO of AEPi, called the results “staggering and alarming,” saying that more needs to be done to “not only push back against the rise of anti-Semitism on campuses.”
Normalization leads to greater stability, more cooperation, mutual progress—all things the region and the world need very badly right now,” said U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken.