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Dozens of members of an Orthodox Jewish organization violently rioted outside a Messianic concert in downtown Jerusalem, physically threatening concert goers and injuring several in a frenzied mob scene at the Pavilion on Thursday night.
"God’s kingdom has many wonderful aspects to it, but the good news that we have to share, the actual message of the Gospel, is that we have been invited to enter into that kingdom, thanks to the sacrificial death and victorious resurrection of the Messiah who paid the penalty for our sin."
Hineh Ma Tov (Psalm 133) was performed LIVE at the Tower of David, Jerusalem to commemorate 10 years of music (Joshua Aaron) and celebrate Israel's 70th year of statehood.
Israelis will be going to the polls for the second time in half a year after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu failed to form a government with enough coalition members, an unprecedented set of events even for Israel’s volatile political system.
Ron explains in 7 short points why Israel will have new elections coming up.
With the deadline looming to form a government by tomorrow, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was preparing instead to go to new elections as he has been unable to form a coalition.
"Israel is burning. Fires are ripping through the scorched countryside, causing destruction and havoc. Brutally hot temperatures, high winds and low humidity have created conditions prone to wild fires, and Israel has reached out to the international community for help."