During the time the tourist door was closed because of Covid, Israel has worked to add new attractions for the eager visitor. The feast for Christians is very exciting.
The Old City of Jerusalem is using Covid 19 restrictions to have a multi-million dollar makeover. As Israel works through lockdowns and pandemic challenges a bold new $56,000,000 (AUD) plan is investing in a much brighter and prosperous future. Modernity is meeting ancient history.
The German Luftwaffe and the Israeli Air Force made history last August. On Monday, August 24 six Israeli F-16’s, two Gulfstreams and two Boeing 707 tanker jets arrived in Germany for combined exercises. Around 180 Israeli personnel were involved in the manoeuvre...
Aliyah describes the act of going up “ascent”. Originally it referred to Jews going up to Jerusalem for three major Biblical feasts—Passover, Pentecost and Tabernacles. Today Aliyah refers to Jews relocating from the four corners of the world to live in Israel. The Bible actually reports Two Returns.
Dr H. V. Evatt (Australia) president of the United Nations welcomed Israel as a UN member May 11, 1949 at 3p.m. Fifty four Governments, including forty-five Members recognised Israel in their vote. Fifty years before Theodore Herzl envisaged the Jewish state. This UN decision was seen as ‘awesome’, ‘significant’ and an acknowledgement of international ‘equality.’
The story of modern day Israel is traced back to Old Testament prophets Isaiah, Ezekiel, Hosea, Amos, Micah and Zechariah. Jeremiah also had a vision of hope. He saw scattered Israel gathered and Judah returning to their land. (Jeremiah 23; 30-31, 33, 46-51)