White House Visit Underscores Strong U.S.-Israel Ties

By ShareAmerica President Trump welcomed Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to the White House to discuss peace and security this week. Netanyahu and his wife, Sara, joined the president and first lady Melania Trump before meetings in the Oval Office and a
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The Holocaust memorialized throughout the world

By Mark Trainer In the U.S, and other nations, memorials stand as continual reminders of the horror of the Holocaust and the importance of confronting the evils that brought it about. The United Nations designated January 27 — the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camps — as International Holocaust Remembrance Day. “This (more...)

What Is The Jerusalem Embassy Act? And What’s Next For the U.S. Embassy?

By ShareAmerica When President Trump announced December 6 that the U.S. recognizes Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, he also directed the U.S. State Department to begin preparations to move the U.S Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Specifically, the president cited a (more...)

President Trump: ‘Jerusalem is Israel’s Capital’

By ShareAmerica President Trump officially recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. In his speech from the White House, Trump noted that 70 years ago President Truman recognized the state of Israel and said that Jerusalem is the seat of the modern Israeli government, the home of the Knesset as well as (more...)

A Visit To the Western Wall

By ShareAmerica President Donald J. Trump, the first sitting U.S. president to visit the Western Wall in Jerusalem, stood in front of the holy site and paused for a moment of reflection. “Words fail to capture the experience,” President Trump said. “It will leave an impression on me forever.” The Western Wall is (more...)

Chanukah:Festival of Lights & Menorah Car Parade

This year Chanukah begins at sunset on December 16, and ends on December 24. Chanukah, or the Festival of Rededication, celebrates the rededication of the Temple in Jerusalem after its defilement by the Syrian Greeks in 164 BCE. Although it is a late addition to the Jewish liturgical calendar, the eight-day festival (more...)

Obama on Mideast, Ebola Situation Before Meeting Security Team

Well, I’ve got my team here to talk about Ebola. But before I do, I want to just make mention of the horrific attacks that took place in Jerusalem. We know that two attackers senselessly and brutally attacked innocent worshippers in a synagogue during their morning prayers. Obviously, (more...)

Kerry in Mideast Seeking Parameters of Peace

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Jerusalem on January 2, his 10th trip to the region since becoming the nation’s top diplomat. In multiple meetings over the last five months, Kerry has worked with Israelis and Palestinians to develop a framework for talks to (more...)

Orthodox Easter: “Holy Fire” Miracle From Jerusalem

Thousands of Christians from around the world gathered in Jerusalem's Church of the Holy Sepulcher day before Orthodox Easter to witness a flame that is believed to emerge miraculously from the tomb of Jesus.

In the morning of May 4, the clergy of the four eastern (more...)

Obama Challenges Iran to Resolve Nuclear Standoff Diplomatically

President Obama said the United States seeks to prevent Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon, and he urged Iran’s leaders to resolve their dispute with the international community through diplomatic means. Speaking with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem March 20, Obama said there is still time (more...)

Israel Is At War Again

Israel was attacked by more than 200 rockets on November 15. "A Hamas rocket killed three Israelis north of the Gaza Strip on Thursday and Israeli bombs brought the Palestinian death toll to 13 in a worsening military showdown after Israel assassinated a top Hamas military commander the (more...)

Menorah Car Parade in Philadelphia

Hanukkah (sometimes spelled "Chanukah") is known as the Feastival of Lights, a Jewish holiday that commemorates Israel’s freedom from the oppressive Syrian-Greek rule and the rededication of the Second Temple in Jerusalem. That is why in Hebrew, the word “hanukkah” means “dedication.” Hanukkah falls on the (more...)

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