Tag: middle east

Report: US Agrees To Resettle 1,800 Refugees Rejected By Australia

The U.S. has agreed to accept 1,800 refugees held in off-shore detention camps by Australia, according to media reports. The two countries are expected to announce the agreement in the next few days. The refugees are primarily from the Middle Read More

Christians: Still the World’s Most Persecuted

By Alyssa Lafage | Convictions of Faith I just finished interviewing Lea Carawan, Executive Director of the Congressional Prayer Caucus Foundation. Check out the interview here. We discussed religious freedom and some of the recent attempts to neutralize Christianity in Read More

Tweeting Peace to the Middle East

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Did you miss last night’s Democrat U.S. Senate debate, Save Jerseyans? Don’t feel bad. I would’ve watched Shark Week, too, were I not duty-bound to keep you informed. It could’ve been a complete snore without Cory Read More

Christie Seeks to Bolster Pro-Israel Credentials by Meeting with Ambassador

Governor Christie is sitting down this morning with Dr. Michael Oren, Israel’s Ambassador to the United States. It’s not at all unusual for Israeli representatives to meet with prominent American politicians. For Christie, however, the meeting has value-added political importance if Read More