Are Israel's spiritual awakening, the devil's thrust from the heavens and the last great outpouring of the Holy Spirit all tied together in an end-time prayer war for the church? read more
All Stories in Standing With Israel
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The superiority of Israel's innovation is its greatest deterrent against military attack. Read about the newest equipment the IDF has developed. read more
Why should it come as a surprise to the Israeli prime minister that the U.S. would back the new Palestinian Unity government, which includes the terrorist group Hamas? read more
The concept befuddles many Israelis. Maoz Israel co-founder Shira Sorko-Ram explores the reasons for the hatred. read more
What do you believe from today's media about the relationship between Israelis and Palestinians? Is the narrative it delivers often biased? read more
The Israeli prime minister warned that any type of government connected with organizations like Hamas simply promotes trouble for his country and others. read more
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), who may be considering a 2016 presidential run, on a visit to Israel this week blasted the Palestinians for derailing the U.S.-brokered peace talks.
Cruz, who met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and other senior Israeli officials on Sunday, said the Palestinians are to blame for the talks' collapse for refusing to recognize Israel as a Jewish state and renouncing terrorism.
"The principal impediment to peace is that, to date, the Palestinians have refused to recognize Israel's right to exist as a Jewish state and have refused to renounce terror," Cruz told The Jerusalem Post.
Cruz also criticized U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry for using the term "apartheid" when discussing Israel's possible future if peace talks fail.
"Those words will be repeated by enemies of Israel, by Hamas and Hezbollah and Iran, and all of them will say, 'This is not our characterization, these are the words of the U.S. secretary of state,'" Cruz said.
Did Pope Francis' visit this week do anything to thaw out longtime tensions between Israel and the Vatican? Or was the pope's visit simply window dressing? read more