Stories include: Israeli polls predict September's elections will produce similar results to last April elections, CSW wants to see changes to Syria's Constitution to protect minority groups and Isis still active in Syria.
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stories this week include: Mr Netanyahu becomes longest serving prime minister in the history of modern Israel, Working together Christians & Jews can make a difference and Huge 9,000 year old stone age settlement discovered in Israel.
Stories this week include: Israel experiences growing sense of lawlessness, The worldwide persecution of Christians is on the increase especially in Asia & India and Tourism to Israel continues to break new records.
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stories this week include: Orangutans are the newest members to be added to the Jerusalem Zoo, More Jews & Christians are working together as the result of the Prayer Breakfast and Moldova plans to move its embassy to Jerusalem.
Stories this week include: Mr Netanyahu faces pre-trial hearing, Jerusalem Prayer breakfast attracts biggest ever number of Christians from the nations and The largest ever Archaeological project relaunched in Jerusalem.
Stories this week include: Israel mourns the death of the wife of the President of Israel, Iranian Christians lose appeal against trumpt up charges and Public offered ancient scroll writing on top of ancient Masada.
Israeli political system is in a turmoil, The Jerusalem Report boosts 65,000 subscribers worldwide features stories from Jewish world, art and local news and Israelis, Palestinians share Ramadan meal at Soda stream..
Stories this week include: Tel Aviv marks the 100th anniversary of an important Architectural style, Mr Netanyahu faces many challenges in his fifth term in office and Israel marks first anniversary of historic move by the US Embassy to Jerusalem.
Stories this week include: The Eurovision Song contest is held in Israel for the third time, Israelis are positive about the future despite threats from Hamas and Iran and Israel will name a new town on the Golan Heights after President Trump.