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Swedish Teachers Stop Student Speech For Being Too Pro-Israel

A 17-year-old Swedish high school student attempted to give a pro-Israel speech in front of her classmates but was shut down by teachers who said it would be met with negative reactions. Anna, a student at a major high school in Gothenburg, wanted to give a speech on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict from the perspective of the Israeli side of the conflict and immediately started to get negative comments from classmates, SVT reports. According to the 17-year-old, after teachers noticed the comments they called her to a meeting and asked her to…

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Christians Observe Good Friday: Crushed for Our Iniquities

Christians all over the world today are observing Good Friday. It is the anniversary of the death of Jesus of Nazareth, whom Christians believe died in place of sinners to pay the price to satisfy the justice of a holy God for all their sins, if that person would turn to God in faith and repentance, trusting in Jesus Christ’s sacrifice on their behalf and believing in his Easter resurrection from the dead. Each of the four gospels in the Bible devotes considerable space to this event outside the walls…

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Billboard Facing New York Times’ Office Hits Paper for ‘Biased’ Israel Coverage

A large billboard erected this week across from the New York Times’ Midtown Manhattan office accuses the newspaper of inflaming anti-Israel sentiments with “biased coverage,” the Jewish News Syndicate first reported. The billboard is of a Molotov cocktailwith wick lit with a Times article with a headline that reads: “Israel Bulldozes Democracy.” Encompassing the Molotov cocktail is the phrase “While Hamas firebombs Israel … ‘The New York Times’ inflames with biased coverage,” which, according to JNS, is Hamas rioters’ weapon of choice.https://twitter.com/AdamMilstein/status/1113469103509893120 The Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America (CAMERA), the organization behind the 35-foot billboard,…

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