On the other hand

September 19, 2021 by Michael Kuttner
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By the time you read this the sound of hammering and electric drills will be heard the length and breadth of Israel.

Yom Kippur has ended and the Festival of Sukkot (Tabernacles) is imminent. That means a mass construction of temporary booths in gardens, on balconies and anywhere else that spare ground permits.

Once again the plague of COVID has prevented Christians from visiting Israel and demonstrating their solidarity with restored Jewish sovereignty in the Holy Land.

Despite everything, however, this month of important religious days has been observed in full albeit with certain modifications and good news still abounds.



An Israeli defence system was used to protect world leaders at the recent G7 summit meeting.

The irony of Israel technology protecting some of those who habitually vote against Israel in world forums and never lose an opportunity to admonish us has not been lost on discerning Israelis.


In all seasons through searing heat and freezing cold the project to uncover ancient and Biblical Jerusalem continues.

Two of the most important tasks are validating the Jewish connection in the face of historical revisionist efforts to wipe us out of the scene and educating the next generation.

Learn how these objectives are being achieved.


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