Eta to end ceasefire with Spain
BBC - 05/06/2007

The Basque separatist group Eta says its ceasefire with the Spanish government will end at midnight.

Mid-East marks start of 1967 War
BBC - 05/06/2007

Israeli and Palestinian peace activists are planning protests to mark 40 years since the Arab-Israeli war of 1967.

Palestinian rivals: Fatah & Hamas
BBC - 05/06/2007

Two parties dominate Palestinian politics: Fatah which has been at the head of the Palestinian national movement since the 1950s, and the Islamist movement, Hamas, which won the parliamentary elections in January 2006.

Israel - What happened to the Peace Lobby?
BBC - 05/06/2007

"People are tired. They don't believe any more in the possibilities of peace" said Yehudit Elkana

Israel - Obstacles to peace: Borders and settlements
BBC - 05/06/2007

The modern Israeli state was forged in the fires of the first Middle East war in 1948-1949, but from the beginning it was a state without clear borders.

Israel - Obstacles to peace: Jerusalem
BBC - 05/06/2007

Ancient Jerusalem has changed hands many times, its religious significance exerting a powerful pull on Jewish, Christian and Muslim conquerors.

Israel - Obstacles to peace: Water
BBC - 05/06/2007

The Arab-Israeli dispute is a conflict about land - and maybe just as crucially the water which flows through that land.

Israel - Obstacles to peace: Refugees
BBC - 05/06/2007

Forty years after the Middle East war of 1967 and nearly 60 since the establishment of Israel, there is no Arab-Israeli issue that remains as utterly divisive as the fate of Palestinian refugees.

Israel - The West Bank Barrier
BBC - 05/06/2007

Israel began building a 703km barrier in and around the occupied West Bank in 2002.

Israel - A Brief Modern History.
BBC - 05/06/2007

A look at the key events that have led up to the modern day State of Israel

Israel - 1967 Middle East War
BBC - 05/06/2007

The 1967 Middle East War, also known as the Six Day War, was the third conflict between Israel and neighbouring Egypt, Jordan and Syria.

Violent crime up again, more murders, robberies
Reuters - 05/06/2007

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - More murders and robberies in 2006 sent U.S. violent crimes higher for the second straight year, the FBI said on Monday, with the increase blamed on gangs, youth violence, gun crimes and fewer police on beats. There were 16,185 murders in U.S. last year!

How to stop illicit affairs?
Scotsman - 04/06/2007

Have one-hour marriages, says Iranian cleric. SOME see it as a divinely sanctioned safety valve to ease sexual frustration; others call it a hypocritical cover for prostitution.

Seafood imports from China raised in untreated sewage - 04/06/2007

China, the leading exporter of seafood to the U.S., is raising most of its fish products in water contaminated with raw sewage and compensating by using dangerous drugs and chemicals, many of which are banned by the Food and Drug Administration.

More UK imams needed, says Blair
BBC - 04/06/2007

Tony Blair says he wants more Muslim imams trained in UK universities, to reduce reliance on imams from overseas.

“Just what is an APOSTLE?”
Just what is an Apostle?

Today we find the Church of God in a “wilderness of religious confusion!”

The confusion is not merely around the Church – within the religions of the world outside – but WITHIN the very heart of The True Church itself!

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Listen to Me, You who know righteousness, You people in whose heart is My Law: …I have put My words in your mouth, I have covered you with the shadow of My hand, That I may plant the heavens, Lay the foundations of the earth, and say to Zion, “you are My people” (Isaiah 51:7,16)