What’s on the Horizon in the Middle East?

While attention remains fixed on American elections, provocation from Israel's enemies continues to keep the IDF on their toes in the Middle East. Last Sunday, rocket fire from the Gaza Strip resulted in thousands of Israelis running for cover, followed by retaliatory strikes by the Israeli Air Force. Hamas, an Iranian terror proxy and ruling …

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Some are for Peace, Some are for War

Today marked a very significant moment in Mid East history. For the very first time, Israel signed peace agreements with Arab nations without having to give up a single inch of land! (Other Arab nations are expected to follow.) Foreign Ministers from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Bahrain made their way to Washington DC …

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When Things go Horribly Wrong with Your Rocket Launcher

It's a sad story, but one in which we have to wonder if God is taking care of business when terrorists attempt to fire on Israel. Here is a recent story of how things went horribly wrong when Palestinian terrorists tried to launch rockets into Israel: Four Hamas Terrorists Blow Themselves Up Trying to Fire …

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COVID-19 and the Israel-Gaza Border Dilemma

Israel Continues Sending Supplies to Gaza Unlike the West Bank, where Israel works directly with the Palestinian Authority, Israel has no direct ties to Hamas, who rules the Gaza Strip. Yet, the pandemic has forced the two sworn enemies to coordinate efforts to prevent a serious outbreak which would not only devastate the poverty-stricken citizens …

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