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The Fellowship Rallies Christians and Jews to Oppose Iran

As heated debate continues over the Iran nuclear deal, The Fellowship has launched an interfaith campaign to oppose the agreement. More than 50,000 messages have been sent to U.S. lawmakers in every congressional district. To send your message, visit

Also this week in Israel in the News:

• News agencies in Iran are reporting that threats of military action from the U.S. are openly mocked by Iranian leaders.
• Documents leaked online reveal that Palestinian officials have misused public funds for personal benefit.
• In Ukraine, pro-Russian rebels have launched their biggest offensive since February against Ukrainian government forces.
• GOP presidential candidates gave a “shout out” to Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu during a recent primary debate.

This week’s Israel in the News Perspective features The Fellowship’s Yonit Rothchild on the realities of terror for Israel’s children.

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