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Commentary

  • It has been 70 years now since Israel was miraculously reborn as a nation back in her ancient homeland. In that time,...
  • The modern-day rebirth of the nation of Israel seventy years ago is such an unprecedented act in world history, and is...
  • As we enter the New Year, we are in the midst of a twelve-month period that is rather unique in Israel’s modern...
  • As we enter the new year, we are in the midst of a twelve-month period that is rather unique in Israel’s modern...
  • The year 2017 is filled with anniversaries of key moments in Israel’s modern history. Foremost among them are the...

Special Reports

  • The horrific Pittsburgh synagogue massacre in late October left American Jews scrambling to erect new layers of security around their communal lives. Sadly, they are not far behind the Jews of Europe...
  • As we begin each new year, it is always good to be reminded that God is a God of beginnings. One of the main characteristics of God is his eternal nature. Eternity is a difficult concept for us to...
  • It started out as a routine visit to some of our aid projects along the Gaza border. On a bright November morning, I joined ICEJ AID director Nicole Yoder for a tour of several initiatives we sponsor...
  • The massive rocket barrage from Gaza in November not only brought Israel to the brink of war, it also nearly toppled the government. When Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu agreed to an Egyptian-...
  • The fall of 2018 signaled a new beginning for ICEJ’s Publications Department as Dan Herron, Director since July 2017, stepped down to pursue academic studies in Jerusalem. During his time at...
  • “We are blessed with this shelter. We are using it…unfortunately. We really, really thank you for this.” These were the words of a sheep farmer in the southern Negev. When ICEJ...