The Chronicles

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No Obama or Netanyahu, but AIPAC conference still looking to make noise

Iran runs altered images of Michelle Obama's Oscars gown

Holyland judge hints the case against Olmert is weak

Arab woman attacked in Jerusalem in alleged hate crime

Israel will lose $175 million in U.S. foreign aid due to sequestration cuts

Letter accusing education minister of affair is fake, police chief says

Likud says making 'significant progress' in coalition talks with Habayit Hayehudi

Iran, World Powers Schedule More Nuclear Talks

Iran and world powers agreed to hold new talks in March and April over the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program.

Kerry Hints U.S. Will Provide More Support to Syrian Opposition

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry hints at greater U.S. support for Syria’s opposition, saying it needs “more help”.

Oxford Student Union Rejects Motion to Boycott Israel

The Oxford University Students’ Union rejects a motion calling for sanctions against Israel over its “treatment of Palestinians”.

Video: Zionist Student Protest Counters Pro-Arab Demonstration

Arabs and leftists held a protest outside the Tel Aviv University in support of the terrorists in Israeli jails. Zionist students responded.

Obama Has No Intenion of Releasing Pollard

President Barack Obama has no intention of releasing Jonathan Pollard from prison, his associates say.

Two Terrorist Prisoners End Hunger Strike

Two terrorists in Israeli prisons who have been on hunger strike in recent weeks, have ended their hunger strike.

ADL Calls on Joan Rivers to Apologize for ‘Vulgar’ Remarks

Commenting on model’s fashion choice, Joan Rivers said, “last time a German looked this hot was when they were pushing Jews into the ovens.”

Argentina Lawmakers Debate Iran Deal Over 1994 Attack

Argentine lawmakers set to approve an agreement with Iran to set up a “truth commission” into a deadly 1994 bombing, despite opposition.

Nasrallah Denies Reports He Is Sick

Hizbullah head says the reports about his health are psychological warfare.

Open Doors Launches Worldwide Prayer Weekend

SANTA ANA, Calif. (Feb. 27, 2013) – Millions of Christians worldwide are being persecuted for their faith. Every day believers face torture, imprisonment or loss of their lives simply because they are

Video Shows IDF Deterrent at Low Point

Jerusalem Arab youths heap violent abuse on a Border Police convoy, which does next to nothing.

Clean Water in Makes a Big Difference

Open Doors recently funded a borehole for a village situated in the Sharia-governed Katsina state in northern Nigeria, where villagers used to walk 5 km each way to get clean water. Last September

Vendor of Bookshop Arrested and Abused in Libya

Following the arrest of several foreign workers in Libya, we seek your prayers. The plight of Sherif is of particularly grave concern. Since his arrest on Sunday, February 10, he has not been rele

North Korea: A Clear and Present Danger to Christians

North Korea’s third nuclear test, announced early last week, has produced an explosion of international concern. The United Nations Security Council strongly condemned the test, calling the latest n

Church Burned in Latest of Zanzibar Attacks

Recent incidents of violence against Christian ministers and churches in Tanzania have left believers in the Eastern African nation concerned over the future of religious freedom. On an otherwise q

Plan floated at UN to lift Somalia arms embargo for 1 year

"Without You we can do nothing"

“O most merciful Christ,” John Huss wrote while awaiting his execution, “give us a courageous spirit, so that it may be ready. And if the flesh is weak, may your grace go before it, for without you we can do nothing, and above all, without you we cannot face a cruel death. Give us a […]

Syria opposition to seek military support at Rome meeting

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