December 2008 Entries
Is Israel using disproportionate force? Is it violating international law? Is it targeting civilians?
CBN News went down to the front lines of the nascent Gaza War. We set up our camera just on the border between the Gaza Strip and southern Israel.Behind us lay the northern Gaza town of Beit Hanoun.
Ever wonder what it was like for Mary that first Christmas? That's the idea behind a story we did a couple of years ago.
For your information, IPray TV plans to provided online live streaming video from the "little town" of Bethlehem this Christmas.
During our recent briefing by a "senior military source," he cited two reasons why Iran remains Israel's biggest threat.
CNN was there. So were the BBC, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, The Associated Press and a number of invited journalists from around the world.
Many tourists consider the Garden Tomb one their favorites sites here in Jerusalem. This spiritual oasis in the heart of Jerusalem contains an empty tomb some believe was the place where Jesus Christ rose from the dead 2,000 years ago.
Is there hope for the Middle East? We hear of wars and rumors of wars but in the midst of the volitale Middle East, there is cause for hope, even rejoicing. In this last segment of our interview with author Joel Rosenberg, we discussed the wonderful and often untold story of Muslims coming to faith in Jesus Christ.
Will the Bush administration launch an attack against Iran's nuclear facitilies? Does the Obama administration understand the threat of radical Islam? And could Israel find itself isolated if President elect Obama decides to begin direct negotiations with Iran? These are some of the questions Middle East analyst and author Joel Rosenberg addresses in part two of our interview. I think you'll find it insightful in light of the current situation in the region. &n
Best selling author Joel Rosenberg is one of the most prescient Middle East analysts.