“Just to the west of Mecca is Jeddah, and they are turning that into what is going to be the greatest seaport in the world,” he said. “That is their purpose. They want Jeddah to replace Dubai as the greatest seaport of the whole Red Sea, the whole Middle East. Then, in the north, you have Medina, which is the second holiest city in Islam. And then you have another major port city, it’s called King Abdullah Economic City. They are in the process of building this incredibly high speed railroad so you can get from any one of these cities to the other within about 20 minutes.
One scholar, Ariel Cohen Alloro, while not “an official rabbi,” is a student of one of today’s great rabbis and a longtime student of Judaism and Christianity. He is proposing the “traditional Pidyon haBen” ceremony – the “Redeeming of the Firstborn Son” – to welcome Jesus, known to the Jews as Yeshua, “back to his Jewish family and remove all the old taboos and restrictions related to his name from the Jewish Orthodox standpoint.”
Fifty Shades Darker, the sequel to Fifty Shades of Grey, is showing in theaters beginning tonight. One secular reviewer called the film “the year’s first true cinematic travesty,” “utterly ridiculous” and “reprehensible.” I warned you not to see the first movie when it premiered two years ago. I’ll repeat my reasons for the sequel.
Last Monday, the pastor discussed the Jerusalem Covenant and Rabbi Glick’s request on his internet show, Are You Serious, asking his listeners to sign. Pastor Begley was happy to help in what he told Breaking Israel News is a Christian imperative.