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David KupelianIt takes an incredible amount of effort and energy on the part of the news media to maintain such an obviously outrageous suspension of reality. But what would happen if the press reported accurately, objectively, and courageously on the Middle East conflict? Media reports would reflect, truthfully, that Israel is a Western democracy surrounded by dozens of backward, repressive, terror-supporting Arab police states dedicated to Israel’s annihilation. They’d show that the Nobel Peace Prize-winning Arafat was the father of modern terrorism. They’d show that the so-called Palestinian problem was cynically created for the precise purpose of eliminating the Jewish state by deception. The media would reveal that the Palestinian leadership is not now, nor has it ever been, interested in a separate Palestinian state next to Israel, but rather, in taking over all of Israel.

– David Kupelian

Movie Review: “The Search for the Real Mt. Sinai.”

mt-sinai-two-3d.jpg In this documentary two explorers take you to the real location of Mt. Sinai and they have photographic and video proof that this is where the Israelites camped, where Moses ascended the mountain, and where God gave him the Ten Commandments.

This is an amazing documentary that challenges the traditional theory of Mt. Sinai’s location. I highly recommend this video (I’ve watched it more than once). It is a must-see, and it will increase your faith in the authenticity of the Biblical account of Moses’ encounter with God.

Here’s the trailer:

Below is a video excerpt:

See also, the related video: The Mystery of the Ark of the Covenant.

Movie review: The Mystery of the Ark of the Covenant.

Have you wondered where the Ark of the Covenant vanished to? Are you curious as to its whereabouts today? Then this compelling documentary is for you. The Mystery of the Ark of the Covenant traces the possible route the Ark took from Jerusalem to its final resting place in Axum, Ethiopia where it remains today. The enormous mountain of evidence provided in is documentary to support this theory is astounding.

You will follow along as Bob Cornuke and his film crew take you to remote locations to see things that very few people outside of those locations have ever seen. If you’re interested in this adventure and viewing this documentary, you can order the DVD here.

The above picture is where the Ark of the Covenant is believed to be currently housed in Axum,Ethiopia. For more pictures of Axum, go here, here, here, here, and here. (Thanks to Exodus 2006 for the pictures.)

The History Channel also investigated this mystery. You can view the entire episode of their show on the search for the Ark of the Covenant below:

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New Jewish prayer book to be gender neutral.

According to this news article from the United Kingdom, the new Jewish Sabbath prayer book is removing references to God as King, Father, and Lord in favor of more gender neutral titles. This same book, “. . . also provides prayers for 21st century problems such as environmental and natural disasters and prayers for depression, miscarriage and the death of a child.

The Billy Graham tapes.

The Watergate tapes weren’t the only recordings to come out of the Nixon presidency that shed light on otherwise secret conversations, hidden agendas, and dark hearts. Another recording that is just as damaging but has been all but forgotten occurred between President Richard Nixon and well-known evangelist universalist Billy Graham.

On the tapes Billy Graham calls the Jewish influence on the media a “stronghold” that “has to be broken or this country’s going down the drain.

The conversation continues:

Nixon: “You believe that?”

Graham: “Yes, sir.”

Nixon: “Oh boy. So do I. I can’t ever say that but I believe it.”

Graham: “If you get elected a second time, then we might be able to do something.”

Here’s one more exchange:

Graham: “A lot of Jews are great friends of mine. They swarm around me and are friendly to me, because they know that I am friendly to Israel and so forth, but they don’t know how I really feel about what they’re doing to this country, and I have no power and no way to handle them.”

Nixon: “You must not let them know.”

For more on the conversation between Billy Graham and U.S. president Richard Nixon, check out the BBC News article.