Stories this week include:Israeli Prime Minister accepts President Trump's peace plan, For the first time the Duke & Duchess of Cambridge attended the year's official Holocaust ceremony in London and the Dutch Prime Minister apologises for Holland's part in the Holocaust.
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Stories this week include: A new river at the Dead Sea has been made public, An Assyrian Priest who was falsely arrested is part of wider anti Christian campaign in Turkey and An ancient synagogue has been discovered by the Sea of Galilee.
Stories include: Bible Lands museum host a new exhibit to mark Festival of Lights, About 5,000 tourists are expected in Bethlehem to celebrate Christmas and Aid to Israel Keeps America Safer.
Stories include: The EU issues a ruling against food products from Israel and Christians continue to face an uncertain future in the Middle East this Christmas.
Stories include: A relic which has been identified as part of the crib of Jesus arrives Bethlehem in time for Advent and for the first time ever Russian believers get on board the Isaiah 19 initiative.
stories include: Mr Netanyahu is resisting calls to resign after indictments against him, For the first time ever Egyptian Christians were at the recent Feast of Tabernacles in Jerusalem and Jerusalem recognised as world's smartest transportation city.
Stories this week include: Israel's two main parties struggle to form a coalition government, The ceasefire between Israel & Gaza continues to be under threat and Iranians take to the streets following fuel hikes.
Stories this week include: Israel under fire from rocket attacks, New book by Kay Wilson, survivor of a brutal terrorist attack brings message of hope and schools close in Southern Israel in response to rocket attacks.
Stories this week include: Mr Netanyahu attends annual Media Summit in Jerusalem, British tour guide campaigns for justice to be done and Israeli hospitals treat patients from Gaza, Syria and Iraq.
Stories this week include: Israel awaits Attorney General's decision over Mr Netanyahu corruption charges, Founder of Bethlehem Bible college is amazed by what God has done over the last forty years and Power shift in Syria leaves religious minorities under threat.