Islamic terrorists in Spain, claiming affiliation with ISIS, shouted anti-Israel slurs not unlike those heard earlier this week in Charlottesville, Virginia.
A few days before Tisha B’Av, the annual fast day commemorating the destruction of the First and Second Jewish Temples on the Temple Mount, the Israel Antiquities Authority announced the discovery of more evidence of the Babylonian destruction of Jerusalem.
Israeli archaeologists are excavating a 2,000-year-old stone quarry and production center for stone vessels not far from the ancient city of Cana where Jesus performed his first recorded miracle, turning water into wine.
What does an ancient Roman Bath have to do with Jesus’ miraculous feeding of the 5,000?
For 16 years, North Korea been ranked the “most oppressive place in the world for Christians,” and this week the U.S. State Department re-asserted it as one of the world’s worst religious persecutors – torturing and executing those even suspected of worshipping outside their dictatorship.