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Israeli premier plans to meet with U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and European leaders on the sidelines of NATO’s 70th anniversary event.
After years of searching and speculation, researchers think they have finally located the Philistine city where David hid from King Saul prior to ascending the monarchy.
Arab riots on the Temple Mount have not discouraged hundreds of Jews from ascending to their holiest site, as thousands arrive in the Old City of Jerusalem to take part in Jerusalem Day celebrations.
In a throwback to the golden age of cinema, Hollywood has declared 2014 the "Year of the Bible." From Ridley Scott's "Exodus" starring Christian Bale as Moses, to Russell Crowe playing Noah, Hollywood is gambling on new innovations in technology and star power to revisit some of the most popular stories ever told.
A powerful Syrian jihadist group with links to al-Qaeda has forced Christian leaders in the northern Syrian city of Raqqa to sign a contract of submission and enter into the medieval Islamic term as "dhimmis" in exchange for their protection.
Now that the U.S. and other P5+1 powers made an interim nuclear deal with Iran without Israel's involvement, the Jewish state is free to act as it sees fit on the Iranian issue without consulting America, former Arkansas governor and 2008 presidential candidate Mike Huckabee said in an exclusive interview with JNS.org.
During a Mass with Egypt's Catholic leader, Pope Francis prayed for the safety and religious liberty of Middle East Christians.
Egypt's new draft constitution, to be voted on in a national referendum in January, is being hailed for its improvements over the 2012 Islamist-backed constitution. But the new constitution still has a number of shortcomings on religious and personal freedoms, according to concerned Egyptian Christians and human rights groups.
Caught between the larger Sunni-Shi'a battles for supremacy in Syria, Christians are forced to contemplate an uncertain future as Western powers debate action against the government of Bashar al-Assad.
Christians continue to be persecuted in the Middle East, Asia and Africa through church attacks, blasphemy accusations and murders, states a summary by the Gatestone Institute of such incidents during January 2013.