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HEART newspaper: Heart Publications | June 19, 2018

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In my own words Archives - HEART newspaper: Heart Publications

Financial collapse or revival?

March 26, 2018 |

Coming from a banking family, I can see all too clearly how close our beloved country is to total economic collapse accompanied by a catastrophic collapse of law and order.

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Creation scientists deserve airtime too

March 26, 2018 |

It is high time the cosy relationship between the BBC and the evolutionist establishment came to an end.

Currently licence payers are subjected to a one-sided diet of evolution and atheism from the likes of Richard Dawkins, Steve Jones, David … Read More

Holocaust survivor: “We lived in a pit for 19 months”

February 3, 2018 |
Holocaust survivor Rita now paints her memories of World War Two

Family hid under cowshed while father foraged at night

During a recent visit to the Haifa Home for Holocaust Survivors, we were privileged to meet Rita and hear her story of the trials and horror of the Holocaust.

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God is on the move – fast!

February 2, 2018 |
One of Iris’s Holy Spirit-inspired paintings based on Genesis 1

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Life changing heart surgery saves babies

February 2, 2018 |
This Kurdish child was successfully treated free of charge by Shevet Achim

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How do you wave an Israeli flag in public?

November 29, 2017 |

A NLFI activist discusses Israel with a general election candidate at a Hampstead street stall 


For most people the idea of waving an Israeli flag in public probably seems suicidal. We have become used to the idea that supporting Israel is a sort of guilty secret, not to be revealed in public.

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Paris Shoah Memorial

November 29, 2017 |

In front of the Paris Shoah Memorial: the names of the camps where Jews were sent for execution

In October I had a very blessed time in Paris with the pastor and church of the “Good Samaritan”.

Anne Frank memorial

Memorial to Anne Frank, who died at Auschwitz aged 16

During my time there, I visited some of the Jewish memorial sites. Before the Second World War there was a large Jewish population in Paris, but this was decimated during the Holocaust. As I toured three of the former Jewish areas of Paris, there were plaques and memorials in quite a few different locations commemorating the deportations of the Jewish population to the camps. At the bottom of these plaques it said: “Nous n’oublierons jamais” (We shall never forget). Read More