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-15,000 Jewish Believers in Jesus in Israel and 350,000 in the US?

Sunday, August 29th, 2010

(Image via Wikipedia) Here’s a report from Joel Rosenberg quoting a major newspaper in Israel:  “ISRAELI NEWSPAPER REPORTS 15,000 JEWISH BELIEVERS IN JESUS IN ISRAEL: 350,000 in the U.S.” Key Info: In Israel, there are now some 15,000 Jewish followers of Jesus (known in Hebrew as Yeshua) as the Messiah, and the number is growing. […]

-Ground Zero Mosque: The Jewish Response?

Tuesday, August 24th, 2010

(Image by david_shankbone via Flickr) There are over a million Jews living in NY City and the Jewish community was particularly affected by the 9/11 attacks and even salt has been poured on with the popular Arab urban legend/conspiracy theory that blames it all on them or the Israelis. So you would expect that the […]

-Muslims Destroying Jewish Religious Sites?

Sunday, March 14th, 2010

(Jerusalem via Wikipedia) Whenever Muslims have political control in a country or area, the minority religions are consistently persecuted and the customs and heritage including religious sites are assailed and some even blotted out. We saw this demonstrated a few years back in 2001 when the Taliban destroyed the 1500 year old Buddha sculptures in […]

-UK: Happy Chanukah! The State Will Now Decide Who is a Jew?

Thursday, December 17th, 2009

(UK Supreme Court by d-notice via Flickr) A dangerous precedent has been set by the British Supreme Court in their ruling that the Jewish Free School admission policies are racially discriminatory and in violation of 1976 Race Relations Act. The JFS currently admits students that are considered Jewish based upon 3,500 year-old Orthodox Jewish criteria […]

‘New Jews’- How Generation X and Millennial (Gen Y) Jews Respond to their Faith

Saturday, October 31st, 2009

(Image by philippe leroyer via Flickr Here’s an article exploring the variety of responses of post-baby boomer Jews to their faith and culture. These young folks seem far less concerned with ‘anti-Semitism’ and less likely to support Israel–more likely to marry out of their faith and far more radical in their responses to their Jewish […]