Middle East

Israel says SA exploiting World Court on behalf of Hamas

Originally published in The Jerusalem Post Israel accused South Africa on Thursday of acting “as the legal arm of Hamas” after Pretoria again petitioned the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to take measures against Israel. A South African government spokesperson dismissed the accusation. “South Africa continues to act as the legal arm […]

Hope rising for Christian revival in Iran

Originally published in AINA Six out of every 10 Iranians are prepared to become Christians, an exiled Iranian church leader has claimed. Bishop Edward Hosvepian-Mehr, leader of the non-denominational Iranian Church in Europe, said underground Christian evangelists in Iran had provided the statistics. “We hope that very soon a great […]

God reaching Iranian Muslims through dreams ‘all the time’, says ministry leader’

Originally published in Faithwire One of the leaders of an organisation working to spread the Gospel to Iranians reports that claims of Middle Easterners encountering Jesus in dreams are “quite common”, with the Lord using these interactions to draw individuals closer to Him. “God is using [dreams] to speak to […]

Lebanese anti-Israeli judge elected new president of International Court of Justice

Originally published in allisraelnews The International Court of Justice in The Hague elected a new president with a worrying past of anti-Israeli comments, the court announced on Tuesday. Lebanese Judge Nawaf Salam was elected by his 14 peers to preside over the “World Court” for the next three years. Salam became a […]