Stories this week include: A report reveals spying by Britain on Israel, Fellowship of Israel Related Ministries goes global and Archaeologists uncover inscriptions in Jesus language.
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Stories this week include: Israel prepares for winter storm, Christian organisation works with MPs to promote religious freedom and over three thousand events have taken place in the UK to remember the Holocaust.
Stories this week include: Major Christian charity marks 25 years of service holds conference in Jerusalem, Holocaust Survivors included in New Year's honour list and Special ceremony marks 50 years of diplomatic relations between Israel and Germany.
Stories this week include: Israel new submarine costs over 2 billion dollars, Asian Christians hungry for God's word and aid reaches besieged Syrian town.
Stories include: Israel's top stories in 2015 reviewed, Well-known bible teacher shares prophetic insights for Israel & Europe for 2016 and Iran responses to events in Saudi Arabia by unveiling its new missile programme.
Stories include: Christmas celebrations are low key in the Holy land, Remembering the persecuted church this Christmas and Islamic State fakes Syria passports.
Stories this week include: A prominent Rabbi has passed away, The International Fellowship of Christians & Jews will continue building bridges with Christians & Jews around the world and Iran reveals new Missile and 'Underground City.'
Stories this week include: Israel's main political party prepares for the upcoming elections in April, US Christian journalist plays his part in the White House and 40 UN Ambassadors visit the City of David.
stories this week include: The election season gets underway in Israel, American journalist Anthony Harper believes its important for Christians to work in the media and A powerful documentary entitled 'Who Will Write Their History' has just been released.
Stories this week include: A new exhibit opens at the Holocaust Museum in Jerusalem, Thousands of events are expected to take place to mark Holocaust Memorial Day and Iraqi Christians are the world's most persecuted.