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religious conflict

  • by Jerold Aust, John Ross Schroeder
It's hard to improve on The Wall Street Journal'sabove title when it comes to accurately depicting the global siege directed against Israel for its enforcing of its naval blockade of terrorist-ruled Gaza.
  • by Jerold Aust
Will Jerusalem survive? Ongoing conflict and senseless terrorism suggest it won't. Yet the Bible says that Jerusalem will thrive forever in the greatest destiny imaginable!
  • by Larry Walker
It is important to understand that the problems in the Middle East are not just over political or military issues, but also over major and longstanding cultural, ideological and religious differences between East and West.
  • by Darris McNeely
European countries are experiencing a rise in anti-Semitic acts unlike any seen since World War II. Has the haunted past come knocking on the door again? The number of hate attacks has increased since the latest Mideast "intifada" began in September 2000. Where will it lead and what lies behind such deep-seated anger toward Jews and supporters of the nation of Israel?
  • by Darris McNeely
New religions dot the world's nations like mushrooms after a rain. They help mold and shape the course of history. A "new" religion that is really the regeneration of an extremely old faith will soon spread out to dominate all nations.
  • by Cecil Maranville, Jim Tuck, John Foster
The royal family has at least momentarily laid aside internal conflict in the face of trouble on various fronts with growing Islamic extremism and Saudi-U.S. relations strained. Still, Abdullah's strategy may alienate one of his key bases of support and undercut his political clout in the long run.