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By Oren Lieberman, CNN
Archaeologists have discovered a gold coin in Jerusalem bearing the face of Nero, the Roman Emperor best known for playing the fiddle while Ancient Rome burned.
The coin was likely struck in 56-57 AD, researchers say.
“Again shalt thou plant vineyards upon the mountains of Shomron; the planters shall plant, and shall have the use thereof.” Jeremiah 31:4 (The Israel Bible™)
In the vineyards of Shiloh, Ofra, Psagot and Har Bracha, a group of about 100 Christian volunteers from the USA, Canada, and other parts of the world, were on hand to assist Israeli farmers with the grape harvest this week.
Column Cor Verkade.
‘T’en zijn de Joden niet….
Het tragische verschijnsel ‘antisemitisme’ blijft mij bedroeven en verbazen en niet alleen vanwege de gruwelijke gevolgen ervan, maar ook vanwege de tragische combinatie van ‘antisemitisme’ en christendom.
MK Hotovely said bluntly that those who say that there are legal issues with the bill are “lying.”
Right-wing politicians are resuming a legislative effort to retroactively legalize some 2,000 unauthorized settler homes, including 40 in the Amona outpost ordered demolished by the High Court of Justice by December 25.
Nation’s first high-speed train from Jerusalem to TA to revolutionize transportation infrastructure ‘This is beyond a revolution – it will improve Jerusalem’s economy."
75 – 75, of course, being the average number of minutes it presently takes to travel from the capital to Tel Aviv by bus.