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Praying for Christians in battle-torn Gaza
Christians in Gaza are caught in the crossfire between the Israeli army and Hamas terrorists.
Israelis justified in stopping Gaza 'terrorist' ship
An Arab-Christian woman and Middle East expert believes the Israeli navy was completely justified in stopping a boat en route to deliver medical supplies to terrorists in Gaza.
McKinney seeks publicity, endangers crew in Gaza
An Israeli diplomat says it's unfortunate that during a time when the Jewish state is trying to defend its citizens from the terrorist organization Hamas, his government had to deal with the irresponsible behavior of former Georgia Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney.
Israel 'prudent' to continue fight against Hamas
A national defense analyst believes it has been very prudent for Israel to take strong action against Hamas terrorists in Gaza who have launched deadly rocket attacks against innocent Israeli civilians.
Obama expected to focus on economy, amnesty
A California-based immigration reform activist believes the economy and national security issues will receive higher priority than immigration enforcement when the new president and new Congress take the reigns of power next year.
India -- a capable U.S. ally?
A national defense expert and Pentagon advisor believes India will be a key ally to the U.S. in the coming years, in part because of its significant geographical location.
Majority of U.S.-Mexico border fence complete
The Department of Homeland Security has announced that the border fence project has surpassed the 500-mile mark.
Abbas, Arafat one in the same - except for the suit
The head of a pro-Israel ministry is very disappointed that even in the waning days of his administration, President Bush is still pandering to Israel's enemies.
Call goes out to suspend foreign labor importation
A grassroots immigration organization is calling for a time-out on worker immigration in light of the poor condition of the U.S. economy.
Obama speech would be a 'sign of weakness'
A couple of prominent Islamic critics are concerned about Barack Obama's plans to give "a major address" in an Islamic capital soon after taking office.
Pentagon seeking foreign linguists, medical personnel
A senior Army strategist says the Pentagon -- which is facing a chronic shortage of doctors, lawyers, and linguists available for wartime duty -- must do diligent background checks on any foreign national before recruiting them into military service.
Will Obama 'accelerate God's judgment on America'?
An author and end-times scholar believes Barack Obama will continue the disastrous policy of trying to force Israel to give up more of its covenant land, including the city of Jerusalem, to create a Palestinian state.
Bush petitioned to pardon jailed border agents
A grassroots organization has delivered a petition demanding that President Bush commute the sentences of two former border patrol agents who remain in solitary confinement after being convicted of shooting a fleeing Mexican drug smuggler.
Israel lacks 'gumption' to strike Iran?
A former Muslim terrorist-turned-Christian doesn't believe Israel can launch a preemptive strike against Iran's nuclear facilities without the assistance of the United States.
Minn. mosque may be linked to jihadist recruiting
The founder of a Minnesota-based pro-Israel ministry is deeply concerned about a published report that dozens of young Somali immigrants in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area may have been recruited by jihadist groups in Somalia.
Obama picks open-borders advocate for administration
An immigration reform organization is voicing concern about president-elect Barack Obama's naming of a pro-illegal alien activist to his White House staff.
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