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Communicating about a day of crisis in Israel

This was my first crisis at the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (IFCJ), although because most of our work is in Middle East, we didn’t call this one a crisis internally, just a “high alert.”  The news came across the … Continue reading

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When the murder of the innocents becomes too common

In my new position at the International Fellowship of Christians and Jewish I am now seeing daily what in the past I’ve only glanced at from time to time–the difficulties, dangers, and continuing hardships of the Jewish people around the … Continue reading

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With Water the New Oil in the Middle East, Israel Searches for Water Solutions

The Middle East, known for its hot, dry, nearly rainless climate, is dealing with a population surge—particularly in Israel—that is draining its few water resources. The two main sources of water in the region are the Jordan River Basin, which … Continue reading

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