Category Archives: Nazareth

A Slice of History: The Zionist Commander Who Saved Nazareth

THIS STORY has intrigued me ever since I first heard it, especially having lived in Nazareth for 3-1/2 years of my Holy Land sojourn. One might wish it were a straight-out “feel good” story, but it’s not–history is never that … Continue reading

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Deck the Halls, Ring in the New. Or not…

Another straight-shooting piece by Nazareth-based journalist Jonathan Cook. It is reproduced below in full (including links to sources), without comment. The article is found on-line at Cook’s web-site HERE. <> <> <> The terror lurking in a Christmas tree Israel … Continue reading

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