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“Water will gush forth in the wilderness and streams in the desert. The burning sand will become a pool…” This desert spring near Dimona provides rest and refreshment for the weary, but expertise in water conservation has helped to fulfil …
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”.
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).
New President Macron won’t upset France’s relationship with Israel
While Israelis have been upset with Google for recognising ‘Palestine’ as a state, Arabs living in Israel and France may be disappointed that their new president has said he will do no such thing.
Emmanuel Macron’s opponent in the recent presidential race, Marine Le Pen, had made abundantly clear her frustration with, if not outright disdain for, the Islamic world, according to online magazine ‘Israel Today’; thus Arab hopes would have rested with ‘liberal centrist’ Mr Macron.
Cash for churches, synagogues and mosques
Synagogues, churches and mosques will be given government cash to protect themselves against attacks by racists, under plans published this July. A £2.4 million fund will be set up to pay for “protective security …
Peace prize backing for terrorist
Former South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu has joined an ongoing campaign to nominate a jailed Palestinian terrorist for the Nobel Peace Prize.
Marwan Barghouti, who is serving five life sentences for his role in planning suicide terror attacks in Israel, has already won the support of leading Belgian MPs and a delegation of mayors from French cities, and is widely seen as a prospective successor to PA president Mahmoud Abbas, which means he could be following in the footsteps of peace prize winner Yasser Arafat. (JNN)