Iranian crackdown on Believers

Iran has arrested about 70 Christians since Christmas in a crackdown that demonstrates the limits of religious tolerance by Islamic leaders who often boast they provide room for other faiths. Christian activists claim their Iranian brethren are being persecuted simply for worshiping outside officially sanctioned mainstream churches, the small community of Iranian Christians who get… Read More Iranian crackdown on Believers

Jesus has started to soften the Jewish heart

The body of Messiah in Israel is becoming increasingly bold, and increasingly recognized. During the first two weeks of December 2010, “One For Israel” was able to spend USD 650 on Facebook advertising. That investment  sent nearly 4,500 Israelis to their websites. In other words: “for every $1 donation more than 6 Israelis were exposed… Read More Jesus has started to soften the Jewish heart

“Stuxnet for the Nobel Peace Prize” or April fools

Did a complex computer worm or virus derail the Iranian Nuclear program? Stuxnet, perhaps the most sophisticated, complex worm virus ever designed, invaded the computer control systems of Iran’s atomic facilities. Washington’s Institute for Science and International Security concluded that Stuxnet infected as many as 30,000 institutional computers involved in the project and outright broke… Read More “Stuxnet for the Nobel Peace Prize” or April fools

British travel add “Travel Palestine” deletes state of Israel

The Palestinian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities has deleted the state of Israel is adds in National Geographic magazine. The Board of Deputies of British Jews said on Monday that it found it “deeply disturbing” that Israel’s very existence is being denied in a “Travel Palestine” advert in this month’s National Geographic magazine. The advertisement… Read More British travel add “Travel Palestine” deletes state of Israel