Daily Archives: June 11, 2012

Israel’s Jordan River Village: Making A Beautiful Difference In The Lives of Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Children

UPDATE 6 pm Israel time Monday: Dozens of illegal migrants–from south Sudan, Nigeria, China, Ghana, and the Ivory Coast– have been detained throughout the ┬ácountry this afternoon in advance of possible deportation. Earlier in the day, a horrendous case of … Continue reading

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