Current headquarters of the ICC at The Hague, Netherlands Monday, 19 January 2015 | Last Friday the International Criminal Court (ICC) decided to open "a preliminary examination of the situation in Palestine." According to Israeli leaders, its decision to do so is a violation of the ICC's charter and mandate. As such, Israel is protesting the decision while the Palestinian Authority praises it.

Yesterday, Israeli President Reuven Rivlin welcomed Canada's Foreign Minister, John Baird, to Israel. But he began his remarks with harsh condemnation of the ICC's announcement. "The decision by the prosecutor is deeply ironic," Rivlin said. "It awards terror, and amounts to blasphemy against international law. The State of Israel is committed to the highest standards of international law."

A Christian warns of a resurgence of replacement theology.

 (photo credit:Moshe Milner / GPO)

So, Jews, Bethlehem Bible College is already preparing #CATC2016 to make you feel as welcome as possible.


IDF troops on duty near Bethlehem. (photo credit:Udi Gal)

Redefined depictions of his life all but surrounded Manger Square, the place where Francis conducted a mass.


Pope Francis (L) meets Palestinian Authority president Mahmoud Abbas in the West Bank town of Bethlehem May 25, 2014.. (photo credit:REUTERS)

A growing cacophony of voices blame religion for all the world’s woes, especially for its growing, raging river of violent bloodshed.


PA President Mahmoud Abbas and President Shimon Peres with Pope Francis at the Vatican, June 8, 2014. (photo credit:REUTERS)

With a rising tide of voices, here and around the world, I call on all to look and see beneath the mask of Christianized duplicity coming out of Bethlehem. And England. And the USA. For such a time as this.


Sign in the West Bank. (photo credit:Courtesy)

The entire world agrees that there is a universal absolute, an external moral standard to which all people are accountable.


United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. (photo credit:REUTERS)

Two months after completing his term as Israel’s ninth president, 91-year-old Shimon Peres was pounding stony pavement at the Vatican.


POPE FRANCIS and former president Shimon Peres chat at the Vatican yesterday.. (photo credit:Courtesy)

But the warning issued at the start of the conference echoes in its aftermath: the greatest threat of all is the one that no one is thinking about.



Iran's reported message: Wednesday’s attack in the Golan Heights “was a warning to Israel that its return to covert operations against Iranian targets would result in war with Hezbollah.


Openly armed Hezbollah members spotted near the Israeli border.. (photo credit:Courtesy)

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