Posts Tagged “Palestinian Christians”

Sabeel International Gatherings and Holy Land Reality Tours

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Sabeel International Gatherings and Holy Land Reality Tours

Sabeel is Arabic for the “way”, “path”, “road”, “route” and one of the most common words in the Quran, mentioned over 160 times. Sabeel is also an international peace movement established in Jerusalem by Palestinian Christians seeking a just peace in the Holy Land as defined by international law and United Nations resolutions. By Eileen Fleming The next…

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Palestinian Christians celebrate St. George Day in Taybeh

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Palestinian Christians celebrate St. George Day in Taybeh

Palestinian Christians in the Israeli occupied West Bank Village of Taybeh celebrate St. George Day in the community with the local Greek Catholic Church (Melkite Practice). Taybeh has one of the strongest Christian communities in Palestine with three churches, Ancient Byzantine Church and several enchanting chapels By Dr. Maria C. Khoury Today, May 6th was a…

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Resurrection of Mordechai Vanunu Ends the Legend of Vanunu

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Resurrection of Mordechai Vanunu Ends the Legend of Vanunu

By Eileen Fleming On Palm Sunday 2015, Israel’s Nuclear Whistleblower Mordechai Vanunu resurrected his Facebook and Causes connections which ended my Administrative duties over the last three years while Vanunu was on sabbatical from the WWW. Vanunu inherited 21,000+ supporters at what had been known as TNT/Telling Nuclear Truths which he re-christened “Mordechai vanunu”. Vanunu…

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Jon Stewart and the new Fourth Estate

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Jon Stewart and the new Fourth Estate

By Eileen Fleming   The real impact of Jon Stewart and how the bogus anchor influenced real anchors is a story in progress; but for this reporter it all began when The Daily Show went back on the air nine nights after THAT DAY we call 911. Watch it HERE Jon began by asking, “are…

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A virtual visit to the birthplace of Christianity, Bethlehem

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A virtual visit to the birthplace of Christianity, Bethlehem

By Ray Hanania As a Christian, no city in the world means more to me than the “Little Town of Bethlehem.” I write about it often, mainly to remind American Christians — many of whom have forgotten the roots of their faith and therefore the spirit of their Christianity — that Bethlehem is a real…

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O Little Town of Who Cares?

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O Little Town of Who Cares?

By Ray Hanania Every Christmas, I always hear the same conflicting arguments. On the one hand, people tell me, “Stop saying ‘Happy Holidays.’ It’s ‘Merry Christmas’. If you don’t like it, move.” The point being that they presumably are proud of being Christian. And, since Christmas is a Christian holiday, they want people to acknowledge…

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