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What Life Was Like For Christians And Jews When Arabs Ruled Jerusalem

Friday, February 9, 2018

Following President Donald Trump’s declaration that the U.S. would recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, Palestinian Liberation Organization leader Saeb Erekat quickly shot back and demanded “equal rights for everyone living in historic Palestine.” Protests over Trump’s move have sparked riots in Jerusalem, the Gaza Strip and even violent protests in Europe, from Germany to Sweden. … Read More

New nanomedicine could prevent progression of pancreatic cancer

Friday, February 9, 2018

A new study published in scientific journal Nature Communications distinguishes the reason for extended pancreatic cancer survival: an inverse correlation between a known oncogene, a gene that promotes the development of cancer, and the expression of an oncosuppressor microRNA. The study may serve as a basis for the development of a medicine that can treat … Read More

Planting Seeds

Friday, February 9, 2018

Mark and Lisa Teubner sat at the restaurant table enjoying their meal and conversation. When they left home that day, Mark had proudly attached his CUFI unity pin to his shirt as he always did and then promptly moved on to thinking about other things. He and his wife could not have been more surprised … Read More

Remembering a Hero of the Munich Massacre

Thursday, February 8, 2018

Israeli fencer Dan Alon (March 28, 1945 — January 31, 2018) was a hero of the rarest kind. He did not rush into a burning building to save a neighbor, nor did he stand up to a despotic tyrant. Yet he still set a singular standard for heroism. Before dawn on September 5, 1972 — in Apartment … Read More

IDF Busts Palestinian Weapons Ring Amidst Increased Violence in West Bank

Thursday, February 8, 2018

Israeli Defense Forces busted a weapons-smuggling operation in the southern Hebron Hills early Thursday morning, arresting six suspects. The army reported that the weapons were found in a compound belonging to a weapons dealer in Deir Razih, on the periphery of Hebron. Troops confiscated four handguns, three air-powered guns, four commando knives, military equipment such … Read More

IDF Acknowledges Serious Hezbollah Missile Threat to Israeli Natural Gas Rigs

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

  A senior IDF naval officer confirmed this week that Hezbollah — Iran’s proxy Shi’ite terror organization based in Lebanon — now possesses missiles that could cause serious damage to the natural gas fields in the Mediterranean Sea that provide Israel with 60 percent of its electricity. While the missile threat from Hezbollah is normally … Read More

Israeli guard lightly wounded in Gush Etzion stabbing attack

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

An Israeli security guard was lightly wounded early Wednesday morning when a Palestinian assailant attacked him with a knife at the entrance to a West Bank settlement. An Israeli security guard was lightly wounded early Wednesday morning when a Palestinian assailant attacked him with a knife at the entrance to a West Bank settlement. The … Read More

CUFI in Action – February 2018

Tuesday, February 6, 2018

We are excited to report that Christians United for Israel is off to a great start. We have already begun building on the successes of last year and are looking for even better things in 2018. We recently returned from our 2018 Leadership Summit in San Antonio, where we kicked off our year-long celebration of … Read More