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Media: The War Israel Has Lost

By ranfuchs, published on Jun 6, 2010

The Middle-East war is fought in many fronts. While Israel has managed to maintain its militarily superiority, it’s been continuously defeated on the PR and media fronts, which it has neglected for many years. The way the recent flotilla event was conducted PR-wise, is merely the tip of the iceberg of Israeli inability to comprehend the importance of International Media and PR as a legitimate warfare strategy.

In this case, for instance, assuming that Israel needs to maintain the blockade on Gaza, let’s see how it could have conducted a Media-savvy operation.

In the months prior... (more)

Tags: israel, war, gaza

Glaring Hypocrisy, Bloated Bureaucracy Plagues Israel

By Dan Ehrlich, published on Jun 6, 2010

The aid convoys to Gaza, which are largely publicity stunts aimed at embarrassing Israel, illustrates the double standard being practiced, one law for the world and another for Israel.

Every nation reserves the right to stop and inspect cargo for contraband. The US Coast Guard and Navy do it all the time in our war on drugs and terrorism. Ships are stopped and searched and if found carrying illegal goods, can be impounded.

The big difference with the recent Israeli actions is American sailors rarely are met with force or screaming violent crew members. Israel was.

Do you... (more)

Tags: israel, gaza, hamas

Daily Word for Sun 6/6/2010

By Pastor Jeff, published on Jun 6, 2010

...or failing friendships, or any number of other things including illness, but it still happens. Look at Miley Cyrus and the Kiss or the Jonas Brothers making fun of Bustin Jieber, strange things happen. Then again, you may need to have someone point this out to you.It is for certain the Israelites who returned from captivity needed a reminder and it was an all-too-familiar event that brought them to their knees. Drought. That's right, the rains were withheld and crops failed and famine was spreading across the land. Then, at the right moment, Haggai hears from the Lord the words we... (more)

Tags: jesus, israel, bible, jjl ministries, pastor jeff lilley, miley cyrus, jonas brothers, bustin jieber, israelites

Daily Word for Sun - March 21, 2010

By Pastor Jeff, published on Mar 21, 2010

"I will give you the treasures of darkness And hidden riches of secret places, That you may know that I, the LORD, Who call you by your name, Am the God of Israel." Isaiah 45:3"I have never been in this place before. It is new ground for me and I find I am way out of my comfort zone. I am scared to death to trust Him at this level. I had to confess to the Lord I have not been able to accept or believe His love for me in this area." Those were the words I expressed to a friend when I was in a difficult place in my life. It was that day when I confessed those words that God led me to this passage... (more)

Tags: christianity, israel, god, bible, jjl ministries, pastor jeff lilley, religion and spirituality, christ, lord, evangelism

Why Do Europeans Hate Israel So Much?

By ranfuchs, published on Feb 12, 2010

...plans to continue with its nuclear program will soon put Europe in the range of the Iranian nuclear warheads. The rise of extreme Islam in Europe threatens to change the face of Europe and the European culture forever. Many real problems that may threaten the European lifestyle, and yet anti-Israel sentiment is still prevalent.

My question is why? Why is anti-Israel sentiment high on the public agenda in a continent with so many urgent problems? Is Israel really such a risk to Europe, or alternatively, are Israel’s actions so horrific that Europe simply cannot ignore them for... (more)

Tags: israel, middle east, antisemitism

Daily Word for Sun 12/20/2009

By Pastor Jeff, published on Dec 21, 2009 ate it" to "I finished my work but it dropped out of my notebook into a mud puddle on the way to school." Solomon tells us that the sluggard or lazy man always has an excuse. Solomon's example is that there is a lion outside and it might eat the sluggard. Indeed there were lions roaming Israel at the time of Solomon, but not in the streets of Jerusalem! Note that the sluggard is afraid he will be killed in the streets, not in the forest! It seems that lazy people have no lack of imagination when they need an excuse, and the more outrageous the better! The real question is "why does... (more)

Tags: christianity, israel, jerusalem, bible, jjl ministries, pastor jeff lilley, religion and spirituality, christ, devotional

Dubai's Shame Lies in Gaza

By Dan Ehrlich, published on Nov 28, 2009

...Palestinian refugees. Yet, this isn’t new to the Palestinians who have been penned up in camps since 1948, either unwilling or unable to resettle elsewhere.

The Vatican claim that Gaza has become a concentration camp isn’t so far from the truth. Yet, this isn’t the fault of the Israelis so much as it is by design of the Arab nations, Dubai being one of them.

This is a conflict that defies western logic, which is probably why it’s so difficult for westerners to understand. Where else in the world are a people, the Palestinians, dependent on another people, the... (more)

Tags: israel, jews, middle east, arabs, gaza, dubai

Jerusalem moves towards electric transportation

By TonyBerkman, published on Oct 26, 2009

October 22, 2009, Jerusalem, Israel - Better Place Israel, headed by Israeli Moshe Kaplinski, signed an agreement with Israel's capital city of Jerusalem that plans for the installation of an electric vehicle charging infrastructure throughout the municipality. The new initiative, to take place over the next 18 months, will develop and test a newly developed infrastructure of charging stations and battery swapping facilities. The charging stations will be located on major streets in Jerusalem and some public properties including a park, a parking lot and a museum.

To-date 20... (more)

Tags: israel, jerusalem, green, electric cars

The Nemesis Called Xmas

By Credo, published on Aug 9, 2009

...25th, and that Christmas is not only a lie, but is actually a witches' sabbath called "Yule" in clever disguise. 

In addition: Bible scriptures corroborate these premises, according to

Jeremiah 10:1-4

1. Hear ye the word which the Lord speaketh unto you, O house of Israel

2. Thus saith the Lord, Learn not the way of the heathen, and be not dismayed at the signs of heaven; for the heathen are dismayed at them.

3. For the customs of the people are vain: for one cutteth a tree out of the forest, the work of the hands of the workman, with the ax.

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Tags: religion, christianity, jesus, israel, christmas

Literarily Speaking With Christian Fiction Author Jimmy Root

By boomergirl, published on Jul 28, 2009

...and do you personally feel this could really happen?

Jimmy: Distant Thunder is built upon the complexity of a 2500 year old Biblical Prophecy and how that prophecy is being fulfilled before our eyes today. It all fits within current world events, namely what is happening between Israel and Iran. Ezekiel the prophet foretold how that particular struggle will end. My story, of course, is fiction. It involves a renewal of terrorism against the United States and Israel, particularly with the use of tactical nuclear weapons. Therefore, Russia, Iran, Syria, and other radical... (more)

Tags: iraq, facebook, terrorism, batman, israel, iran, russia

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