Israeli, Arab Media Speak of Religious War; West Remains Blind
The Israeli and Palestinian presses have in recent months been replete with talk of religious war in the Holy Land. In the foreign mainstream media, however, this reality is completely overlooked.
The danger of a mounting religious war far overshadows the political aspects of the Israeli-Arab conflict, and both peoples - Jews and Arabs - speak openly of it.
The Islamic State and Israel
When Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed the UN General Assembly at the end of September, he suggested a foundational shift in the Middle East peace process. Netanyahu has long maintained that the current Palestinian leadership is not a serious partner for peace. As such, Israel and Western peace brokers should first look to forging tighter alliances with moderate Arab states, and then leverage those ties to conclude an equitable agreement with the Palestinians.
“The old template for peace must be updated,” said the Israeli leader. “It must take into account new realities and new roles and responsibilities for our Arab neighbors... Read more...
The Joseph Experience
With the opening this year of our new, modern 22,000 square foot main Joseph Project warehouse and national headquarters in the Jerusalem region, we launched “The Joseph Experience”! .
Visitors to Israel can personally make a hands-on difference in the lives of the poor and needy in Israel.
On September 20, 2014, a tour of 200 people, including 100 pastors, hosted by Promise Keepers came to the MJAA’s Joseph Project warehouse and amazingly packed 2500 aid kits! Read more...