Palestinian Christians Report Suffering In Israel, Gaza


By BosNewsLife Middle East Service

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GAZA/JERUSALEM (BosNewsLife)-- Palestinian Christians in Israel and across the border in Gaza were facing more difficulties Sunday, August 31, after being forced out of a church in Jerusalem, while in Gaza they were among those rebuilding their lives after weeks of death and destruction.

BREAKING NEWS: Kadima “Wins” Israel Elections, Exit Polls Show


George Whitten, BosNewsLife Chief Middle East Correspondent reporting from Jerusalem

tzipi-livni1JERUSALEM, ISRAEL (BosNewsLife)-- Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni looked set to become Israel's second female prime minister as her centrist Kadima party won Tuesday's parliamentary election, exit polls showed.

BREAKING: U.N. Halts Aid To Gaza After Hamas Seizes Supplies


By George Whitten, BosNewsLife Middle East Chief Correspondent

hamas_war0402JERUSALEM, ISRAEL (BosNewsLife) -– The United Nations announced Friday, February 6, it has stopped sending humanitarian aid to the Gaza Strip after militants of the Hamas group apparently seized 300 tons of supplies, in the second such incident in as many days.

U.N. Admits Its School Was Not Hit By Israel (BosNewsLife Investigation)


By George Whitten, BosNewsLife Chief Middle East Correspondent reporting from Israel

MIDEAST ISRAEL PALESTINIANSJERUSALEM, ISRAEL (BosNewsLife) -– The United Nations admitted Thursday, February 5, that the Israel Defense Force (IDF) did not hit a United Nations-run school, correcting its earlier media statements that a massacre occurred within the U.N. education facility.

Bomb Explodes Near Gaza, Threatening Ceasefire (Wrapup)


By George Whitten, BosNewsLife Chief Middle East Correspondent reporting from Israel

ap_israel_gaza_air_strikes_175_07jan09JERUSALEM, ISRAEL (BosNewsLife)-- A fragile ceasefire between Israel and the militant group Hamas was threatened Tuesday, January 27, when a bomb exploded on the Israeli side of the Gaza border killing an Israeli soldier and injuring three others, the Israeli army said.

Militants Fire Mortars Towards Israel; Convoy Attacked


By George Whitten, BosNewsLife Chief Middle East Correspondent reporting from Jerusalem

MIDEAST ISRAEL PALESTINIANSJERUSALEM, ISRAEL (BosNewsLife) –- Humanitarian aid continued to flow into Gaza on Thursday, January 23, despite nearly a dozen mortar shells being fired towards Israel so far, officials said, and reports of a Jordanian convoy being attacked by suspected Hamas militants.