Stories this week include: Mr Netanyahu attends annual Media Summit in Jerusalem, British tour guide campaigns for justice to be done and Israeli hospitals treat patients from Gaza, Syria and Iraq.
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Stories this week include: Israel awaits Attorney General's decision over Mr Netanyahu corruption charges, Founder of Bethlehem Bible college is amazed by what God has done over the last forty years and Power shift in Syria leaves religious minorities under threat.
Stories include: Freak thunderstorms hit Israel during week long Feast of Tabernacles, Iranian pastor goes on hunger strike over Iranian Authorities decision to top his children from continuing with their education and IDF Reservists have sent a petition to Mr Netanyahu to show their commitment to the Kurds in Northern Syria.
Stories include: This year's Feast of Tabernacles which begins on 13th October is overshadowed by the political uncertainty in Israel, Well Known bible teacher David Silver urges Christians to prepare for the uncertainty times ahead and For the first time ever Saudi Arabia open its doors to tourism.
Stories this week include: Israel faces post-election deadlock, Well known bible teacher David Silver urges Christians to continue to pray for the election deadlock to be resolved and Iranian pastor goes on hunger strike.
Stories this week include; The President of Israel attempts to get the two main parities to form a coalition government, Jews prepare to celebrate The Jewish new Year and Cornish tin discovered in Israel reveals earliest trade links.
This week's stories include: Israel remains in deadlock after 2nd round of national elections, Building bridges of prayer & unity between Israel and the Middle East and US, Saudis weigh response to Iran attack on Saudi oil industry.
Stories this week include: The run up to the Israeli elections takes a dramatic turn, Establishing a highway of prayer & worship in the Middle East and New York City is becoming increasing unsafe for Jews.
Stories this week include: Israel hits the countdown to repeat national elections, CJCUC development of bible studies leads to positive response from Christians and The Jerusalem Prayer Breakfast comes to The Hague.
Stories this week include: Israel faces tensions on 5 different fronts, CJCUC continues to build good relations between Jews & Christians and Israeli Government continues to increase funding for excavations and projects of interest.